Frequently Asked Questions

Inulins are a natural group of polysaccharides produced by many plant species, usually obtained from chicory for industrial purposes. Inulins belong to a class of dietary fiber known as fructans. It is a prebiotic source in SynbioCure.

It passes undigested through the digestive tract and is digested by bacteria, causing the good bacteria to live and multiply.

The reason for using inulin as a prebiotic in SynbioCure content is that it is less concentrated than prebiotic sources in other preparations and is easier to metabolize. In this way, it helps to control weight and reduce high cholesterol levels. In addition, Orafti Synergy 1 we use is a patented product.

Thanks to the presentation of all bacteria in double microencapsulated form, it progresses intact to the large intestine, which is its area of effect.

In order for a bacterium or product to show probiotic properties, it must first provide conditions such as gastric acidity and resistance to bile acids, survival in the digestive tract, adherence to the intestinal epithelium, and colonization in the digestive system.

The first encapsulation protects bacteria against oxygen, while the second encapsulation protects against mechanical effects such as acid, base, and heat. In this way, beneficial bacteria can survive and fulfill their duties in the large intestine.

Taurine is an essential amino acid that cats should take from outside. It is indispensable for cats' diet. Taurine is found in high concentrations in important tissues such as brain, eye retina and heart wall muscles in cats. Taurine deficiency in cats can cause heart failure and blindness because of the dilated cardiomyopathy. This situation can be prevented by the cats taking as much taurine as they need daily or it can be reversed if it has just formed.

In line with this need of cats, unlike SynbioCure dog, SynbioCure cat contains taurine.

A number of diseases that affect the heart are also common in dogs. L-carnitine has been evaluated in the prevention and treatment of many heart diseases in dogs. Both clinical observation and interventional trials with various breeds provided clear evidence of the benefit of l-carnitine supplementation on canine heart disease. At the same time, l-carnitine supplements are frequently used in the treatment of weight control and obesity in dogs.

For these reasons, unlike SynbioCure cat, SynbioCure dog also contains l-carnitine.

SynbioCure can be used in all cats and dogs from 2 months of age,

In the fight against parasites in the first antiparasitic treatment,

To obtain a stronger immunity against viral or bacterial agents in their first vaccination,

Intestinal problems such as diarrhea / gas / constipation whose cause is uncertain or determined,

In gastritis tables,

In supporting general immunity,

To help protect the epithelial barrier by strengthening the intestinal tight junctions in viral diarrhea such as parvoviralenteritis in dogs and panleukopenia in cats, to help regulate intestinal motility and to stimulate the production of anti-inflammatory compounds,

In order for the body condition score to be optimum during growth,

To aid weight control by increasing nutrient absorption in obesity,

Especially in cats, in reducing the effects of chronic kidney disease,

In geriatric cats and dogs,

In cats and dogs with mood disorders,

To protect cardiovascular health,

To reduce the possible side effects of antibiotics after using antibiotics,

In cats and dogs receiving chemotherapy,

In dermatological problems.