Only enteral diet on the market with Bifidobacterium lactis BPL1
A complete, normocaloric and high-protein diet specially designed to cover the nutritional needs of surgical patients with energy restrictions.
Gut flora, or gut microbiota, is the set of micro-organisms and bacteria that live in our gut.
Our flora is made up of 100 billion bacteria that bring about multiple benefits; therefore, it is imperative for us to keep that bacteria balanced and in good condition to ensure good health.
Every package of Bi1 bificare contains 3.3 billion BPL1 bifidobacteria. These bifidobacteria help to enhance the state of your gut flora and to improve cardiovascular risk factors (arterial hypertension, glucose metabolism disorders, abdominal fat, etc.)
- Improves microbiota, increasing Akkermansia spp.1
- Improves metabolic parameters. Contributes to reducing diastolic blood pressure and insulin resistance index (HOMA-IR).1
- Improves anthropometric parameters and body composition parameters. Contributes to reducing BMI, waist circumference, and visceral fat.1
- Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties at the cellular level.1-4
- Fiber (70% soluble – 30% insoluble).
- EPA and DHA (anti-inflammatory properties).
- L-leucine (strengthens the synthesis of muscle mass).
- Proteins with a high biological value and high digestibility.
- Complex carbohydrates (maltodextrin with a low glycemic index).
- Extra virgin olive oil (cardiovascular, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory benefits).
Additionally, it contains:
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