[Nature of ingredients].
Oligosaccharides feed 'bifidobacteria', which activate the natural movement of the bowel and improve constipation and faecal odour.
Sugars are divided into monosaccharides, microsaccharides (oligosaccharides) and polysaccharides, of which microsaccharides (oligosaccharides) can be divided into those that are digestible and provide energy to the body and those that are indigestible and can reach the large intestine without being digested. Oligosaccharides (= oligosaccharides) can be divided into two categories. The latter type of oligosaccharide is generally known as a 'tummy regulating' ingredient and is used as a food source for bifidobacteria, thereby regulating the intestinal environment.
Oligosaccharides feed the bifidobacteria in the gut, thereby increasing the number of bifidobacteria in the gut. The acid produced by the bifidobacteria in the gut tilts the gut into a mildly acidic state, thereby weakening the bad bacteria. This brings about an improvement in bowel regulation and constipation, and is also believed to improve skin problems.
・Intestinal regulation, improvement of constipation.
Improving skin problems.
'Hacco to go!'
Japanese fermentation in Japanese bellies.