The Synergistic Approach
to Immunity & Gut Health:
The Power of Pre and Probiotics

Prebiotics and probiotics complement each other in a synergistic action, fostering a harmonious equilibrium among the diverse bacteria that constitute various microbiotas within the human body. These microbiotas include those found in the mouth, on the skin, in the gut, and the vaginal region.
Prebiotics are indigestible fibers that serve as food for beneficial bacteria in the gut, while probiotics are live microorganisms that provide various health benefits when consumed in adequate amounts. When taken together, prebiotics help nourish and support the growth of probiotics, enhancing their effectiveness in maintaining a healthy balance of the microbiota they compose.
This synergistic combination can help improve the gut or vaginal flora balance, boost immune functions, and promote better digestive health.  

By blending prebiotics with various strains of probiotics, carefully and specifically selected for their benefits, Laboratoires Activa targets precise and optimal results, leveraging their synergistic benefits for effective action.

Activa Symbiotic

12 billion gastro-protected probiotics

  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Restore the intestinal flora after antibiotics, diarrhea, stress
  • Improves bowel motility and uptake of nutrients
  • Specific action of B. Infantis strain on Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Improves Lactose tolerance

Activa Symbiotic Digest

Synergy of plants, prebiotics & probiotics

  • Prepares the bolus for a good assimilation in the intestine
  • Limits fermentation, nausea, spasms, and slow digestion-related problems
  • Promotes a good acid-base balance
  • Promotes the microbiota’s development
  • Reduces inflammation & regulates intestinal transit

Activa Symbiotic Gyn

10 billion gastro-protected microbriota

  • Contributes to vaginal PH balance
  • Activates more than 4 times the immunity of the vaginal mucosa
  • Prevents bacterial vaginal infections
  • Proven antifungal action
  • Avoids complications due to antibiotic treatment, proven benefits on vaginal yeast infection
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