OMNI BiOTiC Pro-Vi 5 sachets 14X2 g bag

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OMNI BiOTiC Pro-Vi 5 sachets 14X2 g bag

OMNi-BiOTiC ® Pro-Vi 5

  • The world first with 5 bacteria professionals
  • Supplemented with vitamin D as a contribution to the normal function of the immune system
  • Innovatively combined and scientifically tested

Recommended intake : stir 1 sachet of OMNi-BiOTiC ® Pro-Vi 5 (= 2 g) into approx. 1/8 l of water 1-2 times a day, wait for at least 1 minute to activate, stir again and then drink. It is recommended to take it on an empty stomach if possible. If you take OMNi-BiOTiC ® Pro-Vi 5 twice a day, it is recommended to use it before breakfast and before dinner. The daily use of 1 sachet of OMNi-BiOTiC ® Pro-Vi 5 is recommended for children .

  • The world first with 5 bacteria professionals
  • Suitable for vegetarians, during pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • A monthly supply of OMNi-BiOTiC ® Pro-Vi 5 contains a total of 150 billion viable and reproductive bacteria


OMNI BiOTiC Pro-Vi 5 sachets 14X2 g bag:

Microbiome: key role in the defense against viruses
Probiotic bacteria are able to efficiently modulate the immune system and strengthen the mucosal barriers against pathogens, which has already been proven several times in large placebo-controlled studies. It is also known that the administration of special lactic acid bacteria, among other things, weakens the symptoms caused by the influenza virus and reduces the occurrence of viral respiratory diseases.

OMNI BiOTiC Pro-Vi 5 sachets 14X2 g bag:

Mechanisms of the probiotic defense against infection In
addition to activating the body's own immune system, probiotic bacteria have various mechanisms for interacting with viruses, such as:

1. Trapping Mechanism: This direct interaction is the most common mechanism by which probiotic bacteria inactivate viruses - it does this by causing certain strains of bacteria to attach viruses directly to their cell surface.

2. Active release of antiviral substances: Various so-called bacteriocins (such as hydrogen peroxide or lactate) can interfere with the interaction between virus and target cell and inhibit the virus from multiplying.

3. Receptor blockade: Probiotic bacteria adhere to the surface of epithelial cells and in this way prevent viruses from occupying receptors on the cell wall and thus penetrating the cell.

4. Modulating the immune system: Probiotic bacteria stimulate the release of immune substances such as interleukins and interferons. In addition, they activate "scavenger cells" (macophages), which absorb viruses and then break them down (phagocytosis).

Al Kassaa I, Hober D, Hamze M, Chihib NE, Drider D. Antiviral Potential of Lactic Acid Bacteria and Their Bacteriocins. Vol. 6, Probiotics and Antimicrobial Proteins. Springer New York LLC; 2014. p. 177-85.
Serkedjieva J, Danova S, Ivanova I. Antiinfluenza virus activity of a bacteriocin produced by Lactobacillus delbrueckii. Appl Biochem Biotechnol - Part A Enzyme Eng Biotechnol. 2000; 88 (1-3): 285-98.

OMNI BiOTiC Pro-Vi 5 Food supplements. The recommended daily intake must not be exceeded.

OMNI BiOTiC Pro-Vi 5 Dietary supplements are no substitute for a balanced, varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Keep away from children!