What is Enterozyn and what does it consist of ?
Enterozyn kids is a combination that aims to relieve the causes (viruses and bacteria) and symptoms (diarrhea, vomiting, etc.) of acute pediatric gastroenteritis.
- A) It consists of the “friendly bacterium” bifidobacterium B94,aimed at the immediate cessation of diarrhea. Instantly kills viruses and germs, stimulates the local immune system (T lymphocytes, Interferon, bacteriocin production)
- B) The prebiotic inulin that feeds the bifidobacterium B94, but also all the good bacteria of the intestinal flora, contributing to the rapid eradication of the pathogen.
Inulin is not broken down in the stomach and small intestine, but is transported unchanged in the large intestine (where there is a problem). For this reason, it helps the other 2 active ingredients of Enterozyn kids to reach the large intestine intact, in huge quantities and in fact on an empty stomach.
- C) Biotin (B7) which regenerates the intestinal epithelial cells, which have been damaged due to infection, creating a new, clean, inflammation-free epithelium and maintaining it for a long time.
The Enterozyn kids combination also transports all the killed bacteria, viruses, damaged cells, toxins outside the intestine, quickly restoring its normal function.
Finally, by stopping the uncontrolled production of serotonin, nausea and vomiting immediately stop
What do we achieve with Enterozyn?
All our studies show:
- long-term detection in the stool (up to 38 days after the end of treatment), and therefore its large colonization in the small intestine.
- rapid escape of symptoms (diarrhea, vomiting, nausea)
- Immediate relief of the patient
- Protection against infection, because it competes equally with viruses and bacteria and stops inflammation and regenerates the intestinal epithelium.
It is a combination designed exactly for the causes and symptoms of acute pediatric gastroenteritis.
Amazing and soft strawberry flavor.
1 sachet daily 30 ‘before meals.
Dissolve the contents of the sachet in a little water.
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