Livreto sobre Probióticos e Prebióticos

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Diferenciais dos Lactobacillus Comercializados pela Farmácia Artesanal

  • Os Lactobacillus são Liofilizados: Uma das técnicas mais eficientes para a manutenção da atividade e estabilidade dos lactobacillus (JALALI et al.,2012).  
  • Dispensa o armazenamento em geladeira. É necessário conservar as fórmulas apenas em local fresco (Temperatura <25ºC).                
  • Cepas de Lactobacillus com Alta Atividade e Estabilidade.  
  • É estável e permanece viável, após exposição aos sucos digestivos.
  • Permite  a elaboração de fórmulas com concentrações de Lactobacillus muito superior a vários produtos disponíveis no mercado (concentrações médias em milhões UFC/dose).    
  • Permite formular várias combinações de cepas de lactobacillus conforme o objetivo terapêutico.
  • Permite ajuste de concentrações de lactobacillus conforme o objetivo terapêutico.

Definições:

Probioticos: São micro-organismos vivos capazes de alcançar o trato gastrointestinal e alterar a composição da microbiota, produzindo efeitos benéficos à saúde quando consumidos em quantidades adequadas (AGOSTONI et al., 2004). 

Prebióticos: São definidos como carboidratos não digeríveis que estimulam o crescimento e/ou a atividade de um grupo de bactérias no colo, trazendo benefícios à saúde do indivíduo. Para exercer essas funções, algumas características são importantes: Resistir à acidez gástrica, à hidrólise por enzimas intestinais e não serem absorvidos pelo trato gastrointestinal (carboidratos não-digeríveis). São utilizados como substrato para a microbiota intestinal, estimulando seletivamente a proliferação de bactérias que colaboram para o bem-estar e saúde do hospedeiro (ROBERFROID,2007). 

Simbióticos: São compostos pela mistura de prebióticos e probióticos em quantidades variadas, seguindo as mesmas características propostas para esses componentes utilizados de forma separada (SOUZA et al., 2010). 

Lactobacillus Liofilizados: Os Lactobacillus passam por um processo de desidratação sob condições de vácuo, constituído por três etapas: Congelamento, desidratação primária e desidratação secundária. O congelamento promove a inércia do lactobacillus, gerando uma interrupção das reações químicas e atividades biológicas (PAOLI, 2005; COSTA et al., 2009).

Livreto sobre Probióticos e Prebióticos ( Acesse Aqui)

( Material com os Principais Probióticos e Prebióticos e respectivas doses usuais e indicações terapêuticas)

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O acesso as sugestões de fórmula é exclusivo para médicos.

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