Elaxa fiber is an innovative combination of fiber, with added probiotic for laxative action and normal defecation.
Elaxa fiber (ELAXA FIBRI) Application:
- Has a mild laxative effect.
- Supports metabolism and digestive processes.
- Contributes to a normal intestinal environment and gastrointestinal comfort.
- Helps maintain normal bowel movements by increasing the frequency of bowel movements.
- Does not cause urination.
Action of the active ingredients Elaxa fiber (ELAXA FIBRI):
Potato fiber (FiberBind 300) does not dissolve or be absorbed, but when ingested more water leads to swelling of the intestinal contents, mechanically irritates the mucosa and improves defecation (emptying of the intestinal contents). They help to remove excess water from the body.
Fiber intake has no side effects and does not lead to addiction.
Inulin - 100% soluble fiber, composed of fructooligosaccharide and polysaccharide chains.
Inulin provides an environment conducive to the better development of beneficial probiotic bacteria - with the right pH and nutrients.
Regular intake of soluble fiber leads to a mild laxative effect.
Lactobacillus Acidophilus (Lactobacillus acidophilus) is a bacterium that inhabits the small intestine. It contributes to a normal intestinal environment and gastrointestinal comfort. Supports metabolism and maintains the normal state of the natural gastrointestinal flora.
The probiotic Lactobacillus acidophilus helps digestion and breakdown of substances in the gastrointestinal tract and improves peristalsis.
For filling and dosage:
1 sachet is dissolved in 100 - 200 ml. water, taken once a day, preferably in the evening, after meals.
Elaxa fiber (ELAXA FIBRI) Ingredients: 1 sachet contains:
Inulin, soluble fiber - 3000 mg;
FiberBind 300, potato fiber - 2000 mg;
Lactobacillus acidophilus 3 billion cfu *.
Excipients: beta-carotene colorant, xanthan gum thickener, acidity regulator citric acid, natural sweetener steviol glycosides (stevia), orange flavor * cfu - unit of measurement determining the number of viable bacteria.