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Exportal — special agent

Exportal (lactitol) helps for reconstruction microbiome comes back and regulates bowel movement1.

Product has prebiotic qualities. Non-absorbable disaccharide is made from milk sugar - lactose. If the dosage is 20 g and more – this product has purgative effect1.

The active ingredient, lactitol, belongs to the group of osmotic purgatives recommended by the Russian Gastroenterological Association as first-line drugs for constipation2. At the same time, osmotic (and laxative) effect ensures by the lactitol fermentation products by intestinal bacterias — short chain fatty acids1, 3.

Lactitol is a prebiotic4, i.e. "feeds" bacteria that breaks down sugar, the so-called "useful" bacteria and inhibits proteolytic - "unhealthy", thus restoring the intestinal microbiome1. The useful effect of lactitol resembles the action of dietary fiber5.

Exportal can be used1:

  • in children older than 1 year;
  • pregnant and lactating (if the potential benefit to the mother outweighs the potential risk to the fetus and child);
  • in patients with diabetes;
  • in patients with liver diseases, hepatic encephalopathy, hyperammonemia;
  • in elderly patients.

Method of use1: inside during food, mixing with various drinks (water, tea, coffee, juices, etc.) or liquid food.

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1 Instructions for medical use of the drug Exportal (LSR-003898 / 07-211118).

2 Ivashkin V.T. et all 2017; 27 (3). Pp.75-83.Diagnostics and treatment of chronic constipation in adults: clinical guidelines of the Russian gastroenterological association.

3 Ardatskaya M.D. Butyric acid and inulin in clinical practice: theoretical aspects and possibilities of clinical use: [manual] / [Ardatskaya MD]; by ed. M.D. Ardatskaya. - M .: Forte print, 2014. - p. 64.

4 Finney, M., Smullen, J., Foster, H. A., Brokx, S., & Storey, D. M. (2007). Effects of low doses of lactitol on faecal microflora, pH, short chain fatty acids and gastrointestinal symptomology. European Journal of Nutrition, 46(6), 307–314.

5 Ardatskaya M. D. Clinical Metabolic efficiency of lactitol in the therapy of chronic constipation/ Experimental and clinical gastroenterology 150(2), 2018.