The Role of Prebiotics on The Microbiome

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The Role of Prebiotics on The Microbiome

Prebiotics are fibers or non-digestible compounds that ferment in the colon and promote growth and beneficial activity of certain bacteria in the gut. In other words, prebiotics serve as food for probiotics, which are beneficial microorganisms for health 

Our food naturally contains prebiotics. Most of the time these are dietary fibers, but prebiotics can also be added to food or taken as a food supplement, as Lynside® Immunity Prebiotic to feed our microbiota and shape our microbiome. 

They pass through the digestive tract and reach the colon. There are selectively recognized by good bacteria, then metabolized. It induces specific beneficial changes in the composition and activity of the microbiota. 

Microbiota diversity is key to enhance immunity and prebiotic supplementation is a great way to balance this microbiota composition. 

Discover our dedicated infographic to learn about their positive impact on your microbiota. 

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