Colon Health

A healthy colon is absolutely necessary for a healthy body. Constipation, fecal odour, bloating and flatulence are a few signs that your colon may not be completely healthy. The Royal Society of Medicine, U.K. reported that almost 90% of most chronic diseases are caused by an unhealthy gastrointestinal system, primarily in the colon.

Colorectal cancer is the development of cancer in the colon due to abnormal growth of cells. It can also arise from polyps which start as a non-cancerous growth from the cells lining the inside of the colon. Symptoms of colorectal cancer include blood in the stool, a change in bowel habits, weight loss and feeling tired all the time.

How does LAB Fermented Extract Benefit Colon Health and Help Reduce Colon Carcinogenesis?


Common symptoms of poor colon health such as constipation,  flatulence, fecal odour are results of low counts of good bacteria. LAB Fermented Extract encourages the proliferation of our body’s own good bacteria to help restore intestinal flora and improve colon health.

The components in LAB Fermented Extract induce apoptosis of tumor cells (programmed cell death) by inhibiting the growth of precancerous polyps to decrease the rate of cancer occurrence.

How Does it Work?

Improvement in Colon Health

Beneficial effects of LAB Fermented Extract on colon health compiled by B and S Corporation Co. Ltd (Partner: Maternitybics Association)

A study was conducted on 88 female and 3 male subjects to observe the effects of Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) Fermented Extract over the period of 1 month. They were each required to ingest 10ml of LAB Fermented Extract per day for 1 month and were tested pre and post-ingestion for constipation, fecal odour, flatulence odour, fatigue, shoulder muscle stiffness and skin condition.

The results indicated that after taking LAB Fermented Extract, 70% of respondents experienced an improvement in constipation, 88% improvement in fecal odour, 84% improvement in flatulence odour, 46% improvement in fatigue, 58% improvement in shoulder muscle stiffness and 78% improvement in skin condition.


Improvement in Reducing Colon Carcinogenesis 

Beneficial effects of LAB Fermented Extract on Colon Carcinogenesi by Dr. Takehiko Fujino, Rheology Research Laboratory and Institute of Health Science, Kyushu University

Study was conducted to observe the effects of Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) Fermented Extract on colon carcinogenesis. The results indicated that in comparison to the non-administrated group, the incidence rate of colonic adenoma and colon cancer and the number of tumours were significantly inhibited in the LAB Fermented Extract administrated group.


“I recommended LAB Fermented Extract to my patients and I was astonished to witness the difference in the results compared with other LAB supplements. LAB Fermented Extract is fast-acting and is effective in improving the multiple symptoms of poor gastrointestinal health. ”

“I specialise in Gastroenterological medicine so I see many patients suffering from intestinal problems such as constipation, diarrhoea, etc. By observing these patients daily, I noticed that most of them also suffered from skin problems, including psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, oral ulcer and inflammation inside nasal cavity. In a clinical setting, I am assured that gastrointestinal problems may affect skin health.

I first tried LAB Fermented Extract as I suffered from constipation. My bowel movement improved after consuming it for 2 weeks. Even the odour of my flatulence disappeared and the amount of stool has increased, without any change in my diet. The increase of stool amount is very crucial as almost half the stool consists of gut bacteria. This proved that taking LAB Fermented Extract promotes the growth of friendly bacteria.”


“My bowel movements improved and I no longer suffer from constipation. Even my immune system has strengthened. I recommended it to my patients and was astonished to observe positive results in them.”

“I came to know about LAB Fermented Extract while researching for something to improve my intestinal health and regulate bowel movements. I’m really happy that my gastrointestinal condition improved significantly and I no longer suffer from constipation. My bowel movements improved and so did my stool quality. Not only that, my immune system has strengthened and I’m more energetic than before.

Since my experience with LAB Fermented Extract was so positive, I recommended it to my patients. The results were impressive, I observed improvement in my patient’s oral health within a week – swollen gums subsided and salivary function improved. Some patients even reported that they no longer have constipation after consuming it for one month!

LAB Fermented Extract is now part of my daily health regime.”

of chronic diseases are caused by an unhealthy gastrointestinal system
Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in USA

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