PREBIOTICS are a type of dietary fiber that serve as a nutrient medium for beneficial gut bacteria. Prebiotics are not digested by intestinal enzymes, so they survive in the digestive tract, where they provide nutrients for probiotic bacteria. They affect the beneficial composition of the intestinal microflora. Which in turn improves digestion, absorption of nutrients and strengthens the immune system. Prebiotics also affect the regulation of blood sugar levels and lowering cholesterol levels.
In the context of sport, they can improve physical performance and reduce the risk of intestinal infections. This is especially important for people participating in intense workouts. In addition, they can help maintain a healthy body weight and prevent metabolic diseases.
Dosage: depends on the type of supplement and the individual needs of the body. They are usually available in the form of powders or capsules and it is recommended to take 1-2 times a day, washed down with water or added to meals.