Wellbeing nutrition

Digestive health

The digestive system is made up of various organs. Working together with nerves, hormones, bacteria and blood, they digest foods and liquids. Different factors can affect this system and disrupt digestion. Everyone experiences occasional digestive issue and when these symptoms occur frequently, they can cause major life disruptions. Fortunately, diet changes and health supplements can have a positive impact on digestive health.

 

48%

of french people report to suffer at least one digestive problem (in 2017)

51%

of USA patients with gastrointestinal tract disorders have tried some form of complementary and alternative medicine

3,2 billion per year

estimated costs of IBS treatment in Germany

Ingredients solutions
Digestive health
safr'inside

Crocus sativus L.

Saffron has been used in the traditional medicine to ensure a healthy digestion and in the treatment of hepatic disorders, flatulence, vomiting and spasm.

Benefits

Serotonin signaling may be altered in gastrointestinal disorders. Saffron is thus an efficient solution to increase Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) patient’s quality of life, via the amplification of serotonin. Saffron also has antimicrobial properties against E. coli and acts on smooth muscle relaxation.

Clinical evidences

In a double-blind, randomized clinical study, Saffron extract was shown to be as effective as fluoxetine to improve IBS sufferers’ quality of life. A double-blind placebo controlled randomized clinical study has also shown a decrease in severity of ulcerative colitis.

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Artichoke
Cynara scolymus L.

Artichoke is a traditional herbal medicinal product for the symptomatic relief of digestive disorders such as dyspepsia with a sensation of fullness, bloating and flatulence.

Health claim*   Traditional use   Clinical study

Pineapple
Ananas comosus L

Pineapple is rich in bromelain, a proteolytic enzyme. This enzyme is able to break down proteins from ingested food, which helps support the normal digestive system. Moreover, in a preclinical study, bromelain has been shown to improve intestinal transit.

Traditional use   Preclinical study

Cumin
Cuminum cyminum L.

Cumin is a stimulant as well as a great herb for digestive disorders. It stimulates the secretion of enzymes from the pancreas, which can improve the absorption of the nutrients into the organism and boost the power of the liver’s ability to detoxify the human body.

Health claim*   Traditional use   Preclinical study

Lemon balm
Melissa officinalis L.

This traditional herbal medicinal product helps alleviate mild gastrointestinal complaints, such as bloating and flatulence.

Traditional use

Grape seeds
Vitis vinifera L.

Grape seeds contain insoluble fibers. Some studies have shown that fibers are intimately tied with our gut microbes. A proper fiber diet is important for the digestion, as fibers feed good gut bacteria and make them thrive. Moreover, fibers help to maintain regular bowel movements. Our grape seeds are titered with 50% of insoluble fibers.

Validated nutritional claim (fibers)

Papaya
Carica papaya L.

Artichoke is a traditional herbal medicinal product for the symptomatic relief of digestive disorders such as dyspepsia with a sensation of fullness, bloating and flatulence.

Traditional use   Preclinical study

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