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DIABIOME

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The microbiome—the bacteria that dwell in our guts in a symbiotic and mutualistic relationship with us—is usually referred to as digestive wellness.

  • Probiotics have been shown to improve metabolic regulation in people with diabetes and insulin resistance.
  • The pathophysiology of metabolic illness, insulin resistance, obesity, and non-alcoholic fatty liver is linked to the gut flora.
  • Probiotics maintain a healthy balance between pathogens and beneficial bacteria, as well as normalise individual function by influencing the development of the host microbiome.
  • Novel gut fibres improve metabolic physiology and well-being through influencing glucose, insulin, and hormone responses.

The microbiome—the bacteria that dwell in our guts in a symbiotic and mutualistic relationship with us—is usually referred to as digestive wellness.

  • Probiotics have been shown to improve metabolic regulation in people with diabetes and insulin resistance.
  • The pathophysiology of metabolic illness, insulin resistance, obesity, and non-alcoholic fatty liver is linked to the gut flora.
  • Probiotics maintain a healthy balance between pathogens and beneficial bacteria, as well as normalise individual function by influencing the development of the host microbiome.
  • Novel gut fibres improve metabolic physiology and well-being through influencing glucose, insulin, and hormone responses.

HIGHLIGHT:

Probiotics to support gut health, diabetes and diabetes complication support healthy bacteria, reduce blood glucose, diabetes management and healthy bacteria to provide good gut health.

INGREDIENT:

Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus Casei, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus, Lactobacillus lactis, Bifidobacterium Longum, Streptococcus thermophilus, Lactobacillus Sporogenes, Lactobacillus gasseri, Saccharomyces Boulardii, Fructo-oligosaccharide (FOS), Chicory root (Inulin), Oat extract (Glucan), Millet extract (Fibers)

BENEFIT AND RESEARCH:

Our native gut ecology has been disrupted by the widespread use of antibiotics and the switch to a highly processed diet devoid of fibre and other prebiotics. Dysbiosis, or a change in flora, has been associated with metabolic illnesses such diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and dyslipidemia. The gut microbiota is altered by dietary intolerance (excessive fat, refined carbohydrate, or fructose). Susceptibility to obesity and related metabolic illnesses is influenced by gut flora.

The gut microbiota has lately been identified as a critical environmental element contributing to metabolic illnesses including type 2 diabetes. Obesity may be influenced by gut bacteria that promote a persistent inflammatory state. Carbohydrate metabolism is affected by a flora imbalance followed by dysbiosis. A diabetic’s gut microbiota is shown to be different from that of a healthy person. In a human investigation, it was discovered that the quantity of Firmicutes bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract of patients with type 2 diabetes is lower, but the number of Bacteroides and Proteobacteria is larger, as compared to non-diabetic people. It appears that by correcting the altered microbiota and following new dietary regimens, it is possible to maintain euglycemia and prevent long-term micro- and macrovascular consequences of type 2 diabetes.

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