How does our microflora work?
By colonizing directly on the intestinal mucous membrane where it produces vital antibodies such as Immunoglobulins A, M & G (IgA, IgM & IgG - which defend against pathogens) and enzymes such as Lactase.
Lactase breaks down the Lactic Acid in milk products and helps create a more acid GI environment which pathogens cannot survive in.
By occupying the mucous membrane and denying space for pathogens to colonize.
By depriving pathogens of nutrients.
By manufacturing B vitamins such as biotin, niacin (B3), folic acid, and pyridoxine (B6).
Kendy scientists select the
strongest and most effective
strains of probiotic bacteria.