Butyric acid is primarily utilised in the large intestine Butyric acid helps L. acidophilus and B. bifidum adhere to gut epithelial tissue Butyric acid is required as a primary source of energy for rapidly growing intestinal cells Butyric acid helps to increase the natural renewal mechanism of the gut tissue Butyric acid has a normalising effect upon the production of 'on site' enzymes and has a supportive role upon intestinal immune resistance.
Butyric acid is a high potency butyrate formula buffered with calcium and magnesium. Butyric acid is a short chain fatty acid produced as the result of the bacterial breakdown of dietary fibre.
- Calcium contributes to the normal function of digestive enzymes
- Provides a high potency butyrate formula buffered with calcium and magnesium