The following questions and answers will help you learn more about Ezegut and how you should use it.
Lactobacillus reuteri naturally occurs in the human body. With its exceptional and documented health benefits in several areas, L. reuteri is considered a truly superior probiotic.
Lactobacillus reuteri is well researched probiotic and has shown to be helpful in promoting digestive health. No side effects or negative effects have been discovered.
In general, there are no allergies associated with any of its ingredients at the recommended doses.
Yes, Ezegut has established efficiency in preventing infections and community accquired diarrhea.
No, it is in dormant state (freeze-dried) and becomes activated/fully metabolically active when it comes in contact with the saliva. By the time it reaches the stomach, it can attach and start colony growth.
Ezegut can be taken safely in combination with antibiotics. However, since the effects of Ezegut may be reduced by some antibiotics so it should not be taken at the same time as antibiotics.
No, based on the clinical studies, the dose of 100 million CFU/day has been chosen as a safe and efficient dose of Lactobacillus reuteri Protectis.
It has proven to possess all the necessary qualities regarding efficacy & product shelf-life, without being combined with any other probiotic species.