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The first education and information event regarding the benefits of the balance of the intestinal bacterial flora

The first education and information event regarding the benefits of the balance of the intestinal bacterial flora


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ProTectis® hosted, on Sunday, September 13, in Herastrau Park, Bacterial Flora Day- the first education and information event addressed to the whole family, regarding the benefits of the balance of the intestinal bacterial flora.

Bacterial flora day It aims to provide more information about the intestinal microflora and its role in the normal functioning of the body, in a friendly and easy to understand way, both for the little ones and for adults.

Using an unconventional approach, ProTectis® invites all those interested in their health and loved ones, to an interactive information session, in which the intestinal microflora becomes the main character, and its role in our daily life is explained by outdoor fun activities.

Thus, through creative workshops within the event and through interactive games, children will practically learn the difference between good and bad bacteria, developing their imagination. In addition, all participants in the event will go home with ProTectis® souvenirs, consisting of photo magnets, t-shirts, mascots and personalized mugs on the spot.

"We launched this initiative of education and information with wide addressability, precisely because the problem of the balance of intestinal microflora concerns us all, from the first day of life. Therefore, parents have to understand what is its role in the good development of children and, at the same time, take the necessary measures to prevent the imbalances that may occur in the body, especially in the stressful conditions of modern life. global brand, ProTectis® he undertakes such initiatives, these being a natural part of his mission to contribute actively, every day, to the health of millions of people. " Cristian Stanciu Country Manager, Ewopharma AG Romania.

There are billions of bacteria in our body. While some can be harmful, others are beneficial to us, living in symbiosis with our digestive system, helping us, for example, to digest food and protect us from harmful bacteria.

Most of these bacteria belong to the Lactobacillus family - they are components of normal intestinal flora. Some of these beneficial bacteria have been used for centuries in foods such as yogurt, salami, cheese, pickled cabbage and soy sauce, various civilizations recognizing their potential health benefits.

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