In early age it accelerates the formation and development of the digestive system.
Throughout the entire digestive tract it inhibits bacterial growth, maintaining the health of the digestive tract and achieving optimal nutrient assimilation.
Trophic effect: specific nutrition for cellular activity. It is the immediate energy source for the cells of the intestinal epithelium in the intestine. Immediate energy for enterocytes.
Increases epithelial regeneration, as well as the size of its intestinal microvilli, increasing the absorption surface and therefore its performance.
Stimulates the regeneration of the microbiota after possible antibiotic treatments.
Increased development of gastrointestinal cells which facilitates the absorption of nutrients