When it comes to the right food for the friendly bacteria in you, we have no doubt telling you that
our Oligosaccharide is the only right choice.
Sure, there are many types of prebiotics in the market, such as GOS, GTO, FOS and Inulin that claim to their effectiveness in terms of growth support for friendly bacteria. But believe us, we really tried all of them before developing Harmony® Oligosaccharide. That is exactly why we are confident that our Oligosaccharide is simply better than the rest, without any side effects.
Also works great as a super low calorie, healthy source of sweetener for everyone, including the diabetics.
Prebiotics: food for probiotics.
Stimulate the growth of your good bacteria, or probiotics, by feeding them with our Oligosaccharide! When well fed with high quality food, our army of probiotics will grow stronger and multiply in greater numbers, boosting our immune system in return. When our immune system is strong, chances of us getting infections is minimal.
By ensuring the superheroes in our body are in their best shape, we are protected from the bad guys!
Superior soluble fibre.
Made with over 90% purity isomalto-oligosaccharide (IMO900) from corn. Reduces serum cholesterol, relieves constipation and prevents diarrhoea. Good for people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), patients undergoing chemotherapy and people who are taking antibiotics.
Fun fact: If there is a lack of dietary fibre in our diet, or when threatened by other environmental threats such as the use of antibiotics, our probiotics will die and our health will also begin to deteriorate.
List of ingredient.
Soluble fibre (IMO900) from non-GMO corn.
For adults, add 2 tablespoons or 20g into a glass of water or juice, stir well and enjoy. For children above 2 years old, add 1 tablespoon or 10g into a glass of water or juice, stir well and enjoy.
To use it as a sweetener, substitute 1 tablespoon of table sugar with 2 tablespoons of Oligosaccharide.
1 serving per day. Note that consuming too much soluble fibre can cause bloating. Hence we recommend decreasing the serving size if necessary.