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The first pharmabiotic approved to treat diarrhea.

Safely fight diarrhea in children and adults using a unique combination of actions, inhibiting pathogens and boosting natural defenses.

Microbiome technology

For infants and children under 6 years only the sachets can be used
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How it works

Lactéol is made through the optimized fermentation of two proprietary strains of Lactobacilli. The ending composition contains 3 categories of active ingredients: small molecules, whole heat-treated organisms, and bacterial components to work together through 4 documented mechanisms of action: Bacteriostatic, Inhibition of pathogenic organisms, Immuno-stimulation, and Stimulation of defensive acidophilic flora.

Key advantages

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