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(reFeel 2.0 probiotics+prebiotics)

1. Who needs probiotics?

People with an irregular diet, are sedentary, regular diners, office worker, etc.

2. How do I store it?

No need to refrigerate, it can be placed at room temperature.

3. What is the best time to take probiotics?

Adults (Daily maintenance): Take after meals, 1-2 sachets a day directly or with water. (Adjustable according to physical condition).
Pregnant moms: Start taking after 3 months of pregnancy with 2-3 sachets per day (Adjustable according to physical condition).
Infants: 6-month-olds and above who have started eating non-staple foods. Recommended to take half a pack a day (you can add it to milk or to non-staple foods).

4. What are the cautions of eating probiotics?

Do not take it with coffee, tea or water over 40 degrees celcius. It should be staggered for 1-2 hours before and after antibiotic treatments. Having antibiotics has no effect on probiotics.

5. How do I select a probiotic?

In patented strains, the number of viable bacteria that meets the standard, whether it is effectively absorbed, the date of manufacture, added probiotics, and the absence of enterococci.

6. Is it better to take more probiotics?

According to international standards, one should consume 2 to 10 billion or more beneficial bacteria a day.

7. Do I choose liquid, powder or solid probiotics?

Microparticles are the best choice. Capsules are hard for children and the elderly. The storage period of liquid is short. The tablet is prone to necrosis due to high temperature and pressure.

8. Is there a dependency on eating probiotics?

No, it supplements good bacteria in the body. Only drugs, stress, and disease will have dependency effects.

9. Is yogurt more effective than probiotics?

Ninety percent of yogurts are high in sugar, which makes it prone to overconsumption.

10. Is it beneficial for pregnant women?

It can reduce the chance of gestational diabetes, effectively increase maternal resistance, control weight gain during pregnancy and prevent constipation.

11. Do billions of probiotics have better effect?

No, it depends on whether the probiotics successfully reach the intestine. Before probiotics reach the intestines and stomach, they have to survive through gastric acid and bile salts. Only the "live bacteria" that successfully survive and reach the intestines can multiply and carry out their effect.

12. How long will it take to see results?

Due to the human intestinal environment, the symptoms are different in severity and effect, and most people generally take about 2-3 months.

13. Do probiotics need to be taken for a long time?

Daily consumption of probiotics in moderation can change the ecology of bacterial flora and regulate physiological functions.