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23 Feb 2021

Your Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Guide (Published by NUH)

Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) in Singapore - One the most common infections - especially among women - is an infection of the urinary tract. About 40% of women develop a urinary tract infection (UTI) at some point in...
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02 Feb 2021

NRMCC noltec microencapsulation for probiotic protection

Probiotics Protection and Survivability This is the most important factor to consider in a probiotic supplement. Make sure the live cultures in your supplement can actually reach your intestines. That’s why you need...
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21 Dec 2020

Discover why Lactomin range of probiotics are different from others

Watch this to know more! Have you ever wondered how do these small good bacteria help fight and replace the bad bacteria in your digestive system? How do they survive all the way from your throat into your intestines?...
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11 Dec 2020

Antibiotics are a growing concern and causes health problems

Antibiotics created superbug at poultry farms, as long as they stop feeding the drugs to the animal before it goes to the slaughterhouse they can’t be detected
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04 Oct 2020

Understanding Symbiotics

Symbiotic – These are combinations of probiotics and prebiotics. The prebiotic compound must selectively favour the probiotic compound.
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10 Aug 2020

LactoCran has the most probiotic strains

Lactocran has the most probiotic strains for one reason, and that is to target the urinary tract. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) currently rank amongst the most prevalent bacterial infections, representing a major...
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10 Aug 2020

Lactocran + Probiotics: Promoting a healthy urinary tract

Probably the Best alternative to antibiotics in managing UTI
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08 Jul 2020

5 Things On Probiotics

Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for our health, particularly for our digestive system.
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22 Jun 2020

Can probiotics help relieve UTI?

The ability of probiotic interventions in the management of UTIs has long been considered and is now supported by increasing clinical evidence for a growing number of specific strains.
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