Syntol contains a combination of probiotics, prebiotics and enzymes to be the first and only gentle yeast cleanse of its kind.
Probiotic bacteria favorably alter the intestinal microflora balance, inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria and yeast colonies, promote good digestion, boost immune function, and increase resistance to infection. People with flourishing intestinal colonies of beneficial bacteria are better equipped to fight the growth of disease-causing bacteria. Prebiotics are soluble fibers that stimulate the growth and activity of beneficial flora. Syntol contains inulin as its prebiotic which is completely resistant to bodily digestion, able to pass safely through the stomach and into the intestine where it stimulates the growth of probiotics and bifidobacteria by fermenting and creating the ideal conditions for microflora colonization. The enzyme yeast cleanse is beneficial for the breaking down of dead and decaying yeast. This allows the body to remove the toxic yeast before it has a chance to ferment and release chemicals such as formaldehyde that are known to cause uncomfortable detox symptoms.
There is a single layer of cells between the bloodstream and the digestive waste products in our intestines. When the intestines are inhabited with normal, healthy bacterial flora, this close proximity is not a problem. The powerful digestive immune system is designed to swiftly remove toxins when a threat to the body is detected. The more waste that accumulates from a poor diet, low-grade inflammation, and/or abnormal or pathogenic bacteria, the bigger the challenge to determine what is helpful or harmful. The result of waste accumulating in the intestines will increase immune complexing and autoimmune reactivity throughout the body. Syntol directly addresses these causative factors with proteolytic enzymes and probiotics to break down harmful proteins and yeast, remove pathogens and normalize intestinal bacterial flora.
Syntol contains 3.4 Billion CFUs (Colony Forming Units) of various non-competing strains of bacteria. One of these strains is the potent B. subtilis that is a spore forming bacteria. Spore germination is a dependable means of delivering healthy flora to the intestine in less than ideal conditions. Most bacteria are susceptible to any acidic pH range, mainly thriving in the more alkaline lower GI, but spores are able to withstand a broader range of variables in regards to pH and temperature ranges. This improves the chances that the probiotic strain will properly germinate and begin the process of restoring intestinal balance.