2-fucosyllactose is a sugar (oligosaccharide) naturally produced in our body by an enzyme (fucosyl-transferase 2). It is present in abundance in our intestines. Some people are deficient in this enzyme and cannot secrete 2'-fucosyllactose.
TEOLIANCE 2'-FL provides 500 mg of 2'-fucosyllactose per capsule. 2-fucosyllactose is a fucosylated sugar obtained by natural fermentation and purified, thus guaranteeing its high quality.
Why choose TEOLIANCE 2'-FL from the THERASCIENCE Laboratory?
For its very good dosage of patented, purified and naturally fermented 2'-fucosyllactose.
2-fucosyllactose is a sugar (oligosaccharide) naturally produced in our body by an enzyme (fucosyl-transferase 2) and is present in abundance in our intestines. It is present in abundance in our intestines and provides a layer of good quality mucus to house the intestinal microbiota and is involved in the good health of the digestive mucosa. Some people are deficient in this enzyme and cannot secrete 2'-fucosyllactose. This deficiency would lead to a lower quality microbiota and would be implicated in the increase of infectious and inflammatory pathologies.
Patented active ingredient of 2'-fucosyllactose from natural fermentation and 98% purified
Quality commitment guaranteeing natural formulas, from active ingredients to excipients, without artificial colouring or flavouring, without aspartame, without titanium dioxide, without GMOs, without nanoparticles, without irradiation, without colloidal silica, without preservatives, not tested on animals and made in Europe.
1 to 2 capsules per day, for a minimum of 1 month. To be renewed if necessary.
Precautions for use :
Do not consume if other foodstuffs with the addition of 2'-fucosyllactose are consumed on the same day.
Food supplements should be used as part of a healthy lifestyle and should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily doses. Keep the product out of the reach of young children. In case of combination of several dietary supplements, ask your health professional for advice.