What is Syntol?
Syntol is a powerful combination of non-competing probiotics and prebiotics that are capable of creating an extremely unfriendly environment for yeast colonies and supporting a balanced digestive tract. In addition, Syntol also contains a powerful enzyme blend that is capable of removing dead cells and toxins from the body without the undesirable symptoms often associated with probiotic and digestive cleansing formulas.
Does Syntol contain gluten, dairy, soy, or other allergens?
Syntol does not contain gluten, dairy, soy, tree nuts, peanuts, and shellfish. Syntol is also vegan-friendly.
What are probiotics?
Probiotics are medically referred to as a group of friendly bacteria or microflora. Probiotic bacteria favorably alter the intestinal microflora balance, inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, promote good digestion, boost immune function, and increase resistance to infection. People with flourishing intestinal colonies of beneficial bacteria have extremely strong immune systems.
Syntol contains 13.6 billion colony forming units (CFUs) of complementary microflora and spore-germinating probiotics per dose. To stimulate the growth and activity of the probiotics, IMO, a non-digestible fiber derived from non-GMO tapioca, has been added as a prebiotic. In addition to beneficial microflora, Syntol also contains a powerful enzyme blend designed to clear yeast and other unwanted debris out of the intestinal tract, making Syntol superior to competing yeast cleanses on the market.
Syntol is a class-leading synbiotic, containing prebiotics, probiotics, and enzymes all in one capsule.
How does Syntol work?
Syntol uses spore germination technology, a revolutionary new process that delivers probiotic spores rather than living bacteria. Probiotic spores are dormant life forms that protect the bacteria from acidic conditions, as well as extreme heat and cold. These spores, along with the potent probiotics, attach themselves to the inside of the intestinal mucosa and begin to germinate, allowing for complete microflora colonization. In addition, the enzyme yeast cleanse will help to break down any dead fungus or toxic materials remaining in the intestinal tract, allowing for a complete eradication of unwanted debris.
What is candida?
Various strains of candida are naturally found in the human body. With healthy levels of microflora, these yeast strains live in perfect harmony within the intestine. However, poor diet and other factors can cause candida overgrowth. Some doctors argue that 60 to 80 percent of the United States population may be impacted by an overgrowth of candida yeast. Eventually, these yeast strains can begin to turn into living parasites, robbing our bodies of our resources for their own benefit.
Over time, candida can begin developing plantlike roots that penetrate and attach themselves to the inside of the intestinal wall. These roots can dig deep enough to cause leakage in the intestinal tract and allow toxic material to flow into the blood. Candida is comprised of an outer protective protein layer and primarily cellulose and N-acetyl-glucosamine (Chitin) under it, making it very difficult for the body to break down and eliminate naturally. Syntol contains a powerful enzyme blend necessary to strip away the protective protein shell and begin digesting the cellular infrastructure of the candida.
Do I need to take Syntol forever?
For therapeutic benefit, most people find that a minimum of one month of supplementation is necessary, with the best results occurring one to two months thereafter. Once benefits have been achieved, a maintenance dose of Syntol can be taken in lieu of your daily probiotic. In fact, Syntol is one of the best daily probiotic supplements available. Many people find that Syntol is a great addition to their daily regimen to keep their body in balance once they’re healthy.
Does Syntol require refrigeration?
Refrigerating Syntol is not necessary during its normal shelf-life. The advanced spore germination technology and freeze-dried bacterial strains allow for a shelf stable product. However, it is important to store probiotics in a cool and dry place. Refrigeration will certainly not hurt the product, and can prolong shelf stability if you believe that you may be approaching the product’s shelf-date.
Is Syntol safe?
Yes. There have been no reports of any serious or adverse side effects from taking Syntol.
Can I use Syntol if I am taking antibiotics?
Some doctors feel it is best to wait until an antibiotic regimen is over before taking a probiotic supplement, however there is no evidence that probiotic supplementation is dangerous or will somehow negatively impact the efficacy of the prescription. Opinions do vary, and some doctors will actually encourage their patients to take probiotics while on antibiotics. For this reason, it’s always best to contact your healthcare provider for their direction with these inquiries.
When is the best time to take Syntol?
For best results, take Syntol at least one hour prior to eating and/or two hours after a meal.
Can I take Syntol with other supplements?
Syntol can be safely taken with other dietary supplements.
How long does it take for Syntol to work?
Typically, supplementing the product for a minimum of one month is recommended, with the best results occurring anywhere from one to two months thereafter.
Is Syntol Kosher?
The formula is Kosher, and a copy of the certification is available by request .
Is Syntol vegetarian?
The Syntol formula is vegetarian in accordance with the guidelines of the AMERICAN VEGETARIAN ASSOCIATION.
Is Syntol non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organism)?
Yes, Syntol is non-GMO. The microorganisms used to produce this enzyme product are not genetically engineered organisms as defined by the NATIONAL ORGANIC STANDARDS BOARD. Genetically engineered is defined as follows: Made with techniques that alter the molecular or cellular biology of an organism by means that are not possible under natural conditions or processes. Genetic engineering includes recombinant DNA, cell fusion, micro-and macro-encapsulation, gene deletion and doubling, introducing a foreign gene, and changing the position of genes. It shall not include breeding, conjugation, fermentation, hybridization, in-vitro fertilization, and tissue culture.