The term gastrointestinal microbiota refers to the important microorganisms living in human and animal bodies. These microbiota constitute a complex and dynamic ecosystem composed of thousands of bacterial strains and have a symbiotic relationship with humans.
There are more microorganisms in the human body than there are human cells, and more life forms harboured by the human intestines than there are humans on earth. These gut bacteria fulfil several tasks; they influence digestion and the immune system and produce various metabolites such as hormones, vitamins, enzymes, and antioxidants. They are essential for digestion because they make available many nutrients that the human body alone cannot digest.
In addition to these digestive functions, gastrointestinal microbiota also play an important role in the immune system of the intestines, producing immune messenger substances that assist the body's immune response. 70% of all immune cells are located in the intestines, where roughly 80% of immune system reactions take place.
Healthy gastrointestinal microbiota are a key component of good health, which is why their proper maintenance is vital for maintaining vitality and overall wellbeing.
MikroVeda® Life Plus
MikroVeda® Life Plus supplies effective microorganisms in a unique mixed culture with 33 symbiotically grown bacterial strains. The strictly natural production process by the German certified microorganism specialist brand MikroVeda® draws from over 20 years of experience. No inactive, frozen, or genetically modified monocultures are used for the living, intact bacteria colony, only living cultures from the MikroVeda® bacteria bank. In addition, vitamins, enzymes, and amino acids that enhance the benefits of this drink are produced during the gentle, multi-staged "Craftwerk Fermentation" process.
The symbiotic bacteria cultures are well-nourished, active, and stay alive for weeks in a bacteria-friendly solution. During staged fermentation in an intact and functioning colony, the individual strains can successfully assert themselves within a limited space, which leads to a highly active, symbiotic, and resistant mixed culture that can be consumed in its entirety.
Delayed-Release Capsules and Active Enzyme Fermentation
A delayed-release capsule designed to withstand digestive acid may be an indicator that the contained cultures are dependent on such protection in order to be active in the intestines. Life Pur does not rely on such protection because it contains exclusively active, well-nourished, living microorganisms that are themselves resistant to digestive acid.