Yienxi Brand Probiotic Complex
A Stable Intestine Relies on the Presence of “Bacteria”
Main Ingredients: Compound Probiotics (Long Bifidobacterium, Acidophilus, Bifidobacterium Bifidum, Short Bifidobacterium, Lactic Bifidobacterium, Lactic Streptococcus, Bulgarian Lactic Streptococcus, Cheese Lactic Streptococcus, Swiss Lactic Streptococcus, Plant Lactic Streptococcus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Sialic Acid Lactic Acid Bacteria, Lactic Acid Lactic Subspecies, Thermophilic Streptococcus, Infant Bifidobacterium), Fructo-oligosaccharides, Edamame, Broccoli, Capsule Shell (Gelatin)
Composition Content: Each capsule contains 50mg of compound probiotics
Product Specification: 0.6g × 20 capsules
Usage: 2 capsules daily
Storage: Store in a cool and dry place, refrigerate after opening
- Individuals with weak spleen and stomach function, indigestion, acute and chronic diarrhea, and those who are lactose intolerant.
- Individuals with irregular bowel movements, constipation, especially chronic constipation.
- Individuals seeking to enhance immunity, especially those on long-term medication, severe patients, and individuals undergoing chemotherapy.
- Comprehensive Formula: Includes common comprehensive probiotic strains and prebiotics that promote probiotic growth.
- Unique “Acid-Resistant” Strains: Yienxi Brand Probiotics use unique acid-resistant strains that can withstand gastric acid and bile to reach the intestines.
- High Quantity: Each capsule contains up to 3.29 billion (3.2 billion) probiotics.
- High Activity: Strictly tests the activity of each probiotic strain, ensuring a minimum of 1 billion active bacteria per strain.
Nutritional Knowledge: What are Probiotics? The human intestines are home to over 100 types of bacteria, numbering in the billions. They coexist and interact, including harmful bacteria referred to as “pathogens” and beneficial bacteria known as “probiotics.” A healthy gut should consist of 85% lactobacillus and 15% coliform bacteria, but often, this balance is disrupted, leading to various gastrointestinal issues.
Classification of Probiotics:
- Lactobacillus species (such as Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus johnsonii, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, etc.).
- Bifidobacterium species (such as Bifidobacterium longum, Bifidobacterium breve, Bifidobacterium adolescentis, etc.).
- Gram-positive cocci (such as Streptococcus thermophilus, Lactococcus lactis, Enterococcus faecalis, etc.). Yeasts and enzymes can also be considered probiotics.
Roles of Probiotics:
- Promote Gut Health: Probiotics inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, reduce toxins, and enhance intestinal motility, improving bowel movements.
- Immune Regulation: Probiotics stimulate the immune function in the gut, balancing excessive or deficient immune activity.
- Prevent or Improve Diarrhea: Probiotics help restore gut microbial balance disrupted by poor diet or antibiotics, easing diarrhea symptoms.
- Alleviate Lactose Intolerance: Lactobacillus helps digest lactose, easing symptoms like diarrhea and bloating.
- Lower Cholesterol: Certain probiotics lower serum cholesterol levels, potentially preventing bone loss and osteoporosis.
- Prevent Vaginal Infections: Lactic acid bacteria in yogurt inhibit the growth of Candida albicans, reducing the risk of vaginal infections.
Relationship Between Probiotics and the Human Body: The human intestines harbor hundreds of trillions of bacteria, categorized as “harmful,” “beneficial,” and “opportunistic.” High levels of beneficial bacteria suppress harmful bacteria and opportunistic pathogens, maintaining gut health. An imbalance can lead to diarrhea, constipation, toxin accumulation, weakened immune function, and other issues.
Probiotics regulate gut microbial ecology, promoting mucosal integrity, health, and immunity, and aiding nutrient absorption and microbial balance. Probiotic fermentation of lactose in milk increases free amino acid content and produces beneficial substances like folic acid, niacin, and vitamins. Studies suggest fermented dairy with probiotics inhibits cholesterol formation.
A higher proportion of beneficial bacteria in the gut enhances the microenvironment, promoting youthful and vigorous intestines, better resistance, and overall health. Healthy intestines mean good digestion, normal bowel movements, and reduced susceptibility to gastrointestinal diseases. Adequate, active probiotics inhibit harmful bacteria, reducing toxin production, and easing the burden on the liver. Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli ferment in the intestines, producing lactic and acetic acids that aid digestion and absorption, enhancing calcium, phosphorus, iron utilization, and facilitating the absorption of vitamins K and B, while reducing cholesterol absorption.
Main Probiotics and Fructo-oligosaccharides:
- Bifidobacterium: Facilitates digestion, inhibits toxin production, reduces harmful bacteria, and supports overall health.
- Acidophilus: Improves digestion, regulates immune function, and may combat digestive issues.
- Bifidobacterium Bifidum: Addresses chronic diarrhea, improves nutrient absorption, and enhances immune function.
- Short Bifidobacterium: Relieves seasonal allergies, improves fat metabolism, and has immune-regulating properties.
- Lactic Bifidobacterium: Supports colon health, immune function, and helps alleviate symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
- Cheese Lactic Streptococcus: Enhances immunity, supports digestive health, and inhibits harmful bacteria.
- Bulgarian Lactic Streptococcus: Adjusts intestinal flora balance and inhibits harmful bacteria.
- Plant Lactic Streptococcus: Enhances immune function, prevents infections, and supports nutrient absorption.
- Sialic Acid Lactic Acid Bacteria: Promotes gut health and contributes to the balance of the intestinal microbiota.
- Bifidobacterium Infantis: Supports immune function, digestion, and infection resistance, especially in infants.
- Fructo-oligosaccharides: Improves gut microbial balance, enhances mineral absorption, and prevents cancer.
Recommended Population for Yienxi Brand Probiotics:
- Those with weakened immunity or poor gastrointestinal function, frequent diarrhea, lactose intolerance, or chronic constipation can benefit from probiotic supplementation.
- Individuals who consume high-fat foods, have high blood pressure or high cholesterol levels can use probiotics to help control blood lipid levels.
- Those who consume minimal dairy products may consider supplementing with probiotics.
Note: When taking antibiotics or anti-inflammatory drugs, it is recommended to avoid consuming probiotic products simultaneously, as antibiotics can kill probiotics. If taking other medications, it is advisable to wait about two hours before consuming probiotics.