Daflorn LTD isolated 8 natural strains of probiotics

For the first time in the world Daflorn Ltd has isolated 8 all natural, original strains of probiotics from spring water in Bulgaria. They unique probiotics - Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Lactobacillus helveticus, Lactobacillus lactis and 5 new strains of Streptococcus Thermophilus. Due to their completely natural origin all these new strains have maximum stability and survive during production, rehydration, when passing through the gastrointestinal tract of humans and keep their number and vitality for more than 2 years as compared with the normal conditions of storage in shops and at home. These probiotics create maximum bioavailability in people and have maximum health effect.

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Laktera - probiotics, prebiotics, synbiotics

Laktera is a synbiotic (Probiotic + Prebiotic), where Lactobacillus Bulgaricus is in an environment favoring its long-term preservation as a live microorganism. Having entered the gastrointestinal tract, the dextrose and amino acids contained in Laktera Optima enable the rapid and full development of lactobacilli in the human organism. They have a beneficial effect by healing and regulating the internal microbial flora. They suppress the development of putrefactive processes in the stomach and intestines thus preventing the occurrence of a number of serious diseases: food allergies, ulcerous colitis, constipation, diarrhea, cancerous diseases, gastrointestinal infections and so on. Lactobacilli normalize the intestinal microbial flora and their effect is particularly beneficial on intestinal infections, in the course of treatment with antibiotics and other chemotherapeutics.

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Joint project with the University of California 12.09.2012

Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Daflorn's products are used as a model in a project on the following subject "Probiotic functional foods - the contribution of modern agricultural science in food technologies". This project is entirey funded from Foundation America for Bulgaria. Leading scientists from University of California, Davis and University of Food Thechnologies, Plovdiv will conduct genetic researches on Lactobacillus bulgaricus and also on the factores which are responsible for the long survival and viability of Lactobacillus bulgaricus in the probiotic products of Daflorn. More about the project, please visit: www.bulgaricus.org

An article about probiotics in Monitor newspaper 01.02.2012

„Unlike antibiotics, translated from Greek means „destroying life”, probiotic means „create, regenerate life”, explained our leading allergist and toxicologist prof. Nikola Alexandrov.