Types of Prebiotics

Prebiotics occur naturally in fruits and vegetables, but you can also take them in the form of food supplements for maximum benefit to your health. Learn more.


The soluble dietary fibre inulin, for example, is found in garlic, asparagus, onion, artichokes and leeks. However, you’d have to eat a huge amount of these natural prebiotics — preferably raw — to gain any real benefit from them.

Besides inulin, other common prebiotics include fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS), lactulose and lafinose.

Prebiotics are sometimes added to pre-packaged foods such as prebiotic yoghurt, bread, cereals, sports drinks and snack bars. Or you can purchase them in the form of food supplements such as pastilles, tablets or powders. The most advanced prebiotics are those that mimic the structure and function of natural prebiotic fibres found in mothers’ breast milk.

Targeted Biotic- Nutrition

Bimuno® provides a highly advanced form of biotic nutrition. It contains unique patented Galacto-oligosaccharides (B-GOS) which belong to a group of special nutrient fibres called (oligosaccharides).  Oligosaccahrides are also found in maternal milk where they feed and encourage the establishment of ‘friendly’ bacteria in the gut.

Bimuno® is very easy to take. Chew two small pastilles a day or mix a single sachet into your favourite drink.




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