Enterogermina® Action

Enterogermina® ’s range aims to solve a number of conditions associated with poor intestinal wellbeing as a result of imbalanced microbiota. If your gut disorder was triggered by one or more of the following scenarios, Enterogermina® can help. 16,17

Routine Changes

Schedule disruptions and new environments can negatively influence the gut’s normal flora balance. 3


Traveling commonly involves exposure to pathogenic bacteria and/or unfamiliar foods that put the gut at risk, potentially leading to cases of travellers’ diarrhoea. 4


A poor diet is one of the main causes of recurring intestinal discomfort in both adults and children. 5


Periods of stress can trigger intense gastrointestinal issues, including diarrhoea, constipation, cramping and gas retention. 6

Antibiotics & Drugs

Prescription medications, such as antibiotics, usually reduce the amount of good gut bacteria, which may result in intestinal discomfort. 7

Gut disorders and symptoms in adults

We all experience uncomfortable digestive conditions from time to time. This is our gut’s way of letting us know that something has become unbalanced. Learn how to identify these different symptoms. Do any of these seem familiar to you?

Diarrhoea’s Impact on Health

An unbalanced gut can result in watery bowel movements. Triggers commonly include viral and bacterial infection, some foods and medications. 8

Antibiotic Effects

Antibiotics affect the gut by inadvertently affecting even the good bacteria. Side effects include abdominal pain and diarrhoea/ constipation. 9

Common Bellyache

A most common gut disorder, bellyache may be triggered by an imbalance in the intestinal flora. Indigestion and food sensitivity can be expected. 10

Lazy Gut, Lazy Life

A condition with a variety of triggers, which can cause the gut becomes slow or sluggish. This condition involves constipation and/or painful bowel movements. 11

The Bloating Experience

Excessive gas in the gut can cause visible bloating and abdominal discomfort, usually together with constipation. 12

Dreaded Dysbiosis

A condition caused by maladaptation within the intestinal microbiota. Dysbiosis describes an imbalance in the bacterial composition, changes in metabolic activities, or changes in the bacterial distribution inside the gut. 13 Dysbiosis may cause anything from foul breath to rectal itching. 13

Gut During Pregnancy

Oestrogen and progesterone affect normal gut function while the body is creating life, and this can cause nausea, constipation, gas retention and discomfort. This may lead to an imbalance in the intestinal flora. Consult a healthcare practitioner before using any probiotic. 14

Children also experience gut disorders and intestinal imbalance

This is particularly the case when they are eating a poor diet, undergoing antibiotic treatment, or making contact with natural bacteria in the environment. 3

Diarrhea’s Impact on Health

Leaky gut is common in kids when the intestinal flora is unbalanced, which makes them vulnerable to infectious diseases like diarrhoea. 15

Common Antibiotic Effects

Antibiotics can improve overall health, but may eradicate good bacteria in the process, leading to cramping, nausea, and watery stool. Children are more sensitive to this than adults are. 9

Dealing with Bellyache

Children often suffer from bellyache and there is an array of possible triggers for this condition. Learn how to identify these and how to manage them. 10

Browse Our Products

Enterogermina’s range of products help to restore the imbalance in the intestinal flora by delivering billions of good bacteria to target the root of intestinal disorders and maintain gut health in children and adults. 16


Your Intestine

Gut discomfort can be triggered by an imbalance of flora in your intestine. This tube-like organ is far more sensitive and complex than we realise. 19