LKF01 (DSM 32079) LKEF
isolated from a millennial food: Kefir
6 ml vial with dropper and
separated capsule (300 mg powder)
Kefir is a sour drink, milk or water based, obtained by the fermentation of lactic acid bacteria. Kefir has been used for thousands of years by the inhabitants of the regions of the Caucasus. In the early 1900s a Russian scientist Ilya Metchnikoff, Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1908, attributed the longevity of the rural population of the Caucasus to a diet which is based mainly on the consumption of Kefir (from the Arabic word kif and turkish keif: meaning well-being). Metchnikoff, at that time a professor at the Pasteur institute of Paris, (Institut Pasteur) developed the theory that the aging process was linked to the activity of proteolytic microbes. These form part of the normal human intestinal microbiota producing toxic substances (such as phenols, indoles, and ammonia) by means of digestion of proteins and are responsible for what he called “intestinal auto-intoxication.” In that the lactic acid bacteria inhibit the growth of proteolytic bacteria, Metchnikoff recommended that it should be introduced in the daily diet, for health benefits.
Kefibios contains Lactobacillus Kefiri LKF01 (DSM 32079) LKEF isolated from water kefir grains (suitable for vegans).
On first use it is necessary to disperse the powder contained in the special capsule inside the vial, paying particular attention to maintain the capsule in a vertical position during opening. Shake well before every use.
The drops should be swallowed directly or mixed with food or beverages (should not exceed 37°C).
The presence of undissolved particles after shaking is a natural characteristic of the product.
5 drops (corresponds to the line mark on the dropper) once a day, on an empty or full stomach either before or after meals.
In case of concomitant antibiotic therapy, take KefiBIOS 4-6 hours intervals between antibiotic.
5 drops, taken with the special dropper, guarantee the supply of no less than one billion live and essential microorganisms.
Bottle: Vegetable oil (6 ml).
Dropper: with setting at 5 drops.
Capsule: microorganisms L.kefiri LKF01 (DSM 32079) and maltodextrin.
The capsule is isolated inside a patented aluminum sachet to increase product shelf life.