South Africa’s fastest growing probiotic*

With so many probiotic products to choose from, how do you know which probiotic is the right one for you? The answer lies in choosing a probiotic that takes care of your entire gut, restoring, maintaining and balancing intestinal flora. entiro™ probiotic provides this coverage.

*IMS TPM MAT Units 01/2016 A7F0 Anti-Diarr Microorganisms (SSP).

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Please contact your healthcare practitioner for any medical – and / or treatment related queries. entiro™ is not indicated for the treatment of specific conditions.

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Probiotics?

Your intestinal tract is home to billions of bacteria (microflora), both good and bad. These microflora weigh around 1-2 kg, and outnumber human cells in your body 10:1! Ask most people about probiotics, and they may tell you that it is the stuff you use with antibiotics. This may be all they know, and it is not entirely true.

Maintain Balance

Maintaining the balance of gut microflora is important to overall health, and not just when you are on antibiotics.

Guard your Gut

When the balance between good and bad gut flora are disturbed by factors such as stress, poor diet, travel, illness, antibiotic use etc, an imbalance can result in various diseases including diarrhoea, bloating, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome or a weakened immune system.

Please contact your healthcare practitioner for any medical – and / or treatment related queries. entiro™ is not indicated for the treatment of specific conditions.

Scientifically Developed

Not only does entiroTM take care of your entire gut, it does so in a unique way, as developed through the award winning research of a world renowned scientist. Learn More

Probiotic Benefits

entiro™ is beneficial in a range of diseases. entiro™ probiotic covers your entire gut, restoring, maintaining and balancing intestinal flora.
Lines

Lactobacillus plantarum adheres predominantly to the small intestine due to the prevailing acidic and aerobic environment. Enterococcus mundtii prefers the more alkaline & anaerobic conditions of the large intestine. This results in a complete lining of the gastrointestinal tract.

Binds

Both Lactobacillus plantarum and Enterococcus mundtii contain genes encoding adhesion proteins and can therefore facilitate stronger binding to the mucus and epithelial layers of the ENTIRE gut. Adhesion prevents cells from being eliminated by peristalsis. It also prevents pathogens from binding to adhesion sites by a process of competitive exclusion.

Protects

A rather unique property entiro™ exhibits is the continuous production of powerful antimicrobial peptides that kill intestinal pathogens. This is achieved through pore formation in the pathogen, causing cellular contents to leak out, effectively killing it.

The entiro™ difference

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How to take

Use with antibiotics
1 – 2 entiro™ capsules / chewable tablets daily, or as prescribed by a healthcare professional.

Take at least 1 hour apart from prescribed antibiotics.

Use as daily probiotic supplement
1 entiro™ capsule / chewable tablet per day with breakfast, or as prescribed by a healthcare professional.

entiro™ is suitable for children (2 years and older) and adults.

Need to know more about entiro™?
Contact us for more information and we’ll be happy to assist.

Did you know?

There are approximately 10 times more
micro-organisms
than human cells in your body

If spread out, the microbiota (micro-organisms) in your gut is enough to cover a badminton court

Your body plays host to more than 500 different types of bacteria

Myths debunked

“Yogurt is an effective probiotic”

A big myth. The minimum effective dose of probiotics required is 100 million colony forming units (CFU’s). Unless one consumes approximately 40 litres of yoghurt daily, most yoghurt products do not contain a sufficient amount of CFU’s to be effective.

“The more strains, the better”

Not necessarily. What’s important is not so much the number of different strains, but the number of viable colonies (CFU’s) in the probiotic formulation. In the gastrointestinal tract, the various strains will compete with each other for the limited number of available binding sites.

“Probiotics are for use with antibiotic therapy”

That’s about half right, as probiotics are not limited to acute use such as during antibiotic therapy. Probiotics are beneficial in a wide variety of conditions including irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive disturbances, traveller’s diarrhoea and gynaecological health.

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