BioCare Butyric Acid Complex Nutritional Health Supplement
Healing of gut after anti fungal treatment for candida
Butyric acid is a short chain fatty acid produced as the result of the bacterial breakdown of dietary fibre. It feeds the epithelial mucosa cells lining the gut wall and is essential in maintaining the integrity of the gastrointestinal wall.Additional Information
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- Butyric acid is primarily utilised in the large intestine
- Butyric acid helps L. acidophilus and B. bifidum adhere to gut epithelial tissue
- Butyric acid is required as a primary source of energy for rapidly growing intestinal cells
- Butyric acid helps to support the natural renewal mechanism of the gut tissue
- Butyric acid assists in the production of 'on site' enzymes and has a supportive role upon intestinal immune resistance
- BioCare Butyric Acid Complex is suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
Butyric Acid 1815mg
Magnesium 123mgButyric acid
is the natural end result of the bacterial breakdown of fibres from whole foods, such as fruit and vegetables. Butyric acid feeds the cells of the intestinal lining and is essential in maintaining the integrity of the gastro-intestinal wall.
Butyric acid helps L.acidophilus and B.bifidumad here to gut epithelial tissue. Butyric acid helps to increase the natural healing mechanism of the gut tissue after antifungal treatment for Candida. Butyric acid has a normalising effect upon the production of ‘on site’ enzymes and has a supportive role upon intestinal immune resistance.BioCare Butyric Acid Complex
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