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What is FOS?
Reference: Prebiotics in the gastrointestinal tract; S. MACFARLANE, G. T. MACFARLANE, J. H. CUMMINGS; Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics; Volume 24, Issue 5, pages 701–714, September 2006. Benefits of FOS syrup
Note: Due to normal adjustment process this product may initially cause discomfort in the abdomen. The body returns to normal after regular consumption of the product when the intestine is cleansed and becomes healthier and refreshed.
In this context, one should know
All of us are dependent on our intestine as a primary organ for assimilating nutrients and eliminating toxins. It’s true that good health begins in the colon. According to health sources, up to 90% of all toxins that enter the body do so through the intestines. This includes the section of intestines known as the colon. What determines whether your colon is promoting good health or creating conditions that can cause health problems? In a word, bacteria.
Bacteria can be either good or bad and the colon is a major repository of both. Bad bacteria encourages disease states. Good bacteria also called beneficial bacteria are the foundation of a healthy digestive system. Since 80% of our immune system is in our digestive tract, it’s easy to understand why a healthy digestive system is “the root of good health.”
Interesting facts about intestinal bacteria
Three very positive changes occur when your good-to-bad intestinal bacteria ratio is brought into balance:
The good bacteria in the intestine is our front line defense against disease causing organisms, combating premature aging caused by toxins producing bacteria and fungi that resides in our intestines. When eaten at the rate of 1 gram per day, FOS has been shown to decrease undesirables and to create a fivefold increase in beneficial, health-creating intestinal flora. TIENS uses the power of FOS syrup to balance good-to-bad intestinal bacteria ratio.