Strengthens the microorganisms in the instestine.

Prebiotics can have a positive influence on the microbiome because they provide a good nutritional basis and growth substrate for desirable and positive bacterial strains in the large intestine. The proliferation of these strains leads to a suppression of undesirable (pathogenic) germs thereby inhibiting their spread.

Prebiotics are, in contrast to probiotics, not living bacteria, but indigestible dietary fiber. Thanks to this, they can pass through the stomach and small intenstine and enter the large intestine unhindered. Prebiotics also stimulate the intestinal peristalsis. In addition, bile acids and ammonia are bound in the intestine and more effectively excreted, thus helping to relieve the liver and kidneys.