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The Future of Detox and Synbiotics for Digestive and Overall Health

Updated: Sep 6, 2023

Synbiotics represent a holistic approach to promoting gut health by combining prebiotics and probiotics. The future of detox involves recognizing the intricate relationship between gut health and detoxification processes and exploring how interventions like synbiotics might support these processes for improved overall health. The detox benefits of Inolax® Forte™ and genuinely unique synbiotics such as Progast® FloraCare Plus™ are often not appreciated until the inconvenience of not maintaining optimum digestive health are experienced for the very first time.

Many complaints about digestive complications involve dysbiosis, the need for detox, and various other symptoms resulting in an impaired digestive and immune function.

Prebiotics are a source of food for probiotics, which are healthy bacteria in the gut. They help probiotics to grow naturally, thereby supporting the diversity of helpful bacteria within the small intestine.

Adequate microbiome support is essential for enhancing the breakdown of fermentable short-chain carbohydrates. Because such carbohydrates are prone to absorbing water in the small intestine, which can lead to constipation. But fermentable short-chain carbohydrates can also cause bad bacterial overgrowth, usually referred to as small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (or SIBO), which doesn’t include the probiotic bacteria.1–5

Prebiotics selectively support friendly bacteria, which is why it is important in keeping a healthy balance that can prevent SIBO.1–5

This also explains why fermentable short-chain carbohydrates, also called FODMAPs (or fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols) can dramatically worsen digestive symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), through constipation, bloating, flatulence, overflow diarrhea, SIBO-associated diarrhea, and related dehydration. The poor digestion of fermentable short-chain carbohydrates can result in worsening digestive discomfort. The same can result from having an impaired metabolism in general. Focusing on the metabolism is crucial.1–5

A more successful intervention through dietary and health supplementation is possible by boosting the metabolism of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates while supporting a digestive detox and overcoming short-term constipation.1–5

That's why we created Inolax® Forte™ for all-in-one support as a low-risk lifestyle supplement that doesn't result in dependency but rather gives you the freedom to adapt, helping you reclaim the path to better health. Better metabolism, alongside relief from constipation and bloating, can help overcome fatigue, support nutrient biotransformation, and re-energize and re-invigorate your life. Exercise is vital for physical and mental health, and the latter is unfortunately not always emphasized enough.1–5

Having the support you deserve, to properly digest nutrients and overcome bloating and blockages, is essential to maintaining health and fitness.1–5

Regularly detoxing not only benefits the liver and bowels, but yields numerous full-body benefits to hair, skin, nails, muscle groups, energy levels, your mental, physical, and emotional well-being, and so much more. But there are also particularly important key benefits, such as reducing the risk of fecal impactions, hemorrhoids, and bowel incontinence.1–5

As we age, these things can lead to more severe complications, and it’s vital to take liver function health support, bile production, IBS management, gastrointestinal pH, and inflammation seriously. An often-overlooked benefit of detox is also to help people manage symptoms of IBS.1–5

There are three subtypes of IBS based on bowel habits, which refers to a consistent set of symptoms associated with a specific subtype of IBS, namely: IBS with a bowel habit of constipation (or IBS-C), IBS with a bowel habit of diarrhea (or IBS-D), and finally IBS with mixed bowel habits (or IBS-M). IBS-M is reported to be the most common type, with symptoms alternating between those of IBS-C and IBS-D.1–5

As if the matter of IBS isn’t complicated enough, the presence of fecal impactions can result in a type of overflow diarrhea, also called paradoxical diarrhea, not to be confused with diarrhea related to the body attempting to get rid of viruses, harmful bacteria, or toxins. As a result, overflow diarrhea can manifest and also make it possible for IBS-C to be misdiagnosed as IBS-D or IBS-M. With a better understanding of IBS, we can begin to manage it better.1–5

Knowledge is powerful and simply understanding that diarrhea is the body attempting to get rid of something, whether a viral infection, a hydrogen-dominant, methane-dominant, or sulfide-dominant form of SIBO, a toxic waste build-up inside the digestive system or even in the case of overflow diarrhea due to fecal impaction, one can also emerge more educated about what may be causing the presentation of IBS symptoms.1–5

With a product that helps you detox more effortlessly you can have the energy and confidence you deserve to do more and finally overcome the obstacles standing between you and a healthier lifestyle. Get ready to clear and cleanse!

Join the movement to trim and triumph today! Start with a product that helps you feed healthy bacteria such as Inolax® Forte™ or Progast® FloraCare Plus™.

The benefits of using Progast® FloraCare Plus™ are further emphasized by the cost-effectiveness of the solution. With a product that's not overhyped or overcomplicated and ensures the delayed-release encapsulation technology of every DR cap results in targeted delivery of the key ingredients, Progast® FloraCare Plus™ provides a pre-mixed combination of ingredients for more immediate synbiotic and therapeutic value.

This maximizes the efficacy of the health supplement, as it contains essential vitamins, minerals, and phytotherapeutic properties that help support the natural functioning of the immune system. This makes it more than just another probiotic but also more than just another prebiotic.


1. Shah A, Talley NJ, Jones M, et al. Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth in Irritable Bowel Syndrome: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Case-Control Studies. American Journal of Gastroenterology. 2020;115(2). doi:10.14309/ajg.0000000000000504

2. Chen B, Kim JJW, Zhang Y, Du L, Dai N. Prevalence and predictors of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in irritable bowel syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis. J Gastroenterol. 2018;53(7). doi:10.1007/s00535-018-1476-9

3. Ghoshal UC, Shukla R, Ghoshal U. Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and irritable bowel syndrome: A bridge between functional organic dichotomy. Gut Liver. 2017;11(2). doi:10.5009/gnl16126

4. Takakura W, Pimentel M. Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth and Irritable Bowel Syndrome – An Update. Front Psychiatry. 2020;11. doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2020.00664

5. Gandhi A, Shah A, Jones MP, et al. Methane positive small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndrome: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Gut Microbes. 2021;13(1). doi:10.1080/19490976.2021.1933313


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