L. gasseri + L. plantarum + Purple tea + FOS + Zinc
Bodies in their right size!
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Zinc contributes to normal macronutrient metabolism (carbohydrate, protein and fat).

*Health claims contained in the Annex of the EU Regulation

The gut microbiota or gut flora is the set of different bacteria that live in your digestive tract. Research has shown that, in addition to contributing to the digestive and defence functions of the digestive tract, it plays a major role in the nutritional status and health of people. Health problems, whether digestive or extradigestive, such as obesity or type II diabetes, lead to significant changes in the gut flora, which is known as dysbiosis. Obesity is influenced by the interaction of various factors: genetic, environmental (diet and physical activity), cultural and social. Nowadays, the gut microbiota is considered one more factor among those that have an effect on obesity and metabolic disorders. It has been seen that the microbiota of obese people is different from that of healthy people and behaves differently, making it easier for obesity to continue.


By changing your diet Diet plays a major role in changing the microbiota. It can reinforce it, for a healthier body or weaken it, contributing to the development of various diseases. To increase the amount of beneficial bacteria you have to increase the consumption of:

  • Vegetable foods: fruits, vegetables, pulses, cereals, nuts, spices…
  • Fermented foods: yoghurt, kefir, sauerkraut, pickles…
  • Foods containing fermentable fibre and type 3 starch: rice, pulses, potatoes…
  • Foods rich in polyphenols: pomegranate, red fruits, tea (purple, red…), pure cocoa…
  • Increasing physical activity and avoiding sedentary lifestyle.
  • Properly managing stress Chronic stress and lack of rest are factors that alter your gut microbiota.
  • Supplementing with ferments of specific strains.


Lactobacillus gasseri and Lactobacillus plantarum

Purple tea

Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)

They have effects on lipid metabolism.
It is a novel variety of tea that has greater amounts of polyphenols than other varieties, including GHG
They are fermentable, non-digestible carbohydrates, which selectively stimulate the growth and activity of certain beneficial bacteria in the colon and inhibit the growth of certain pathogenic bacteria.

Purple tea (D.E., std. to 3% GHG*), Fructooligosaccharides (FOS), Lactobacillus gasseri, Bulking agent (microcrystalline cellulose), Lactobacillus plantarum, Anti-caking agents (magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide), Zinc sulphate.
Coating: Water, Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, Colour (calcium carbonate), Zinc oxide, Carriers (starch, maltodextrin), Stabiliser (gum arabic), Gelling agents (carrageenan, potassium chloride).

*GHG: 1,2-digalloyl-4,6-hexahydroxydiphenoyl-D-glucose.

Per 1 capsule:
L. gasseri: 9 x 10^9 ufc
L. plantarum: 6 x 10^7 ufc
Purple tea: 100 mg
Supply of GHG*: 3 mg
FOS: 100 mg
Zinc: 2,87 mg (28,7% NRV**)

*GHG: 1,2-digalloyl-4,6-hexahydroxydiphenoyl-D-glucose.
** NRV: Nutrient Reference Values.

Not recommended during pregnancy or breast-feeding.
Do not take this food supplement if you have an allergy or intolerance to one of its ingredients.
Excessive consumption may produce intestinal discomfort. Avoid consumption along with medications and other fiber-based food supplements.

Take 1 capsule before main meal with water.
Recommended daily consumption: 1 capsule.

Container of 15 vegetable capsules.