Syntol's popular formula assists in supporting a healthy balance of intestinal flora where a yeast or fungal overgrowth is present. The addition of systemic enzymes help to improve elimination of toxins that can cause "die-off" symptoms. This makes Syntol a more gentle formula than other similar products on the market.
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Probiotics, also known as friendly bacteria may positively affect the balance of intestinal microflora, promote normal levels of bacteria and yeast colonies, promote good digestion, and support immune function and immune defenses.
People with thriving colonies of beneficial bacteria in their intestinal environment are better prepared to fight the overgrowth of harmful microorganisms. When beneficial bacteria are introduced they compete with yeast and harmful bacteria for attachment points along the digestive tract. The good bacteria essentially crowd out the bad guys and allow normal intestinal balance to be restored.
Syntol AMD contains 13.6 Billion CFUs (Colony Forming Units) of various non-competing strains of beneficial bacteria. One of these, Bacillus subtilis, is a spore-forming bacteria which helps to crowd out the yeast cells.
Spore technology is a reliable way of delivering healthy microflora to the intestine. This is because the spores are very stable and able to tolerate a wider range of variables of pH and temperature, unlike most probiotics. This increases the chances that the friendly bacteria will properly germinate and start the process of restoring intestinal balance.
Syntol also contains isomalto-oligosaccharides (IMO), a natural, certified organic prebiotic fibre which supports human digestive health. IMO is non-GMO, sugar-free and gluten-free. This fibre is completely resistant to human digestion so it passes safely through the stomach into the intestine where it stimulates the growth of good bacteria by fermentation and creates a perfect environment for microflora colonisation.
Syntol also contains systemic enzymes (also known as protein digesting enzymes) which help to breakdown the protective protein coating around yeasts and begin to digest their cellular infrastructure. These enzymes also help with the removal of dead yeast and other bad bacteria from the body. In turn this helps to protect the body from experiencing detox or die-off symptoms caused by the toxins released by the dying yeast cells.