Copyright © All rights reserved.  Terms of use | Privacy policy

Probiotic Products

The word Probiotic comes from the Greek Language and literally means “for Life” the proper scientific definition of a Probiotic is “a Live Microbial supplements which beneficially affects those who take it by improving their intestinal microbial balance”.


The following provides a rationale for probiotic impact on a variety of health targets:


   * Allergy

   * Cancer

   * Diarrhea

   * Elevated Blood Cholesterol

   * Helicobacter pylori

   * Hypertension

   * Irritable Bowel Syndrome

   * Inflammatory Bowel Disease

   * Immune System Modulation

   * Kidney Stones

   * Lactose Intolerance

   * Necrotizing Enterocolitis

   * Oral Health

   * Small Bowel Bacterial Overgrowth

   * Staying Healthy

   * Vaginosis


Role of Probiotics in Health


For centuries, folklore suggested that fermented dairy products containing live active cultures are healthful. Recent controlled scientific investigation supports these traditional views, suggesting that probiotics are a valuable part of a healthy diet. In addition, the emergence of some new public health risks suggests an important role for effective probiotics in the mitigation of illness. For example, the ability of probiotic bacteria to support the immune system could be important to the elderly or other people with compromised immune function.


Bioinventia are capable to arrange licensing Agreements with the Manufacturer for Probiotic Finish Formulations and Probiotic Strains along with complete Regulatory requirements for Pakistan & the Middle East market.





Foods from plant sources



Enzymes play a diversified role in many aspects of everyday life including aiding in digestion, the production of food and several industrial applications.

Enzymes are nature’s catalysts. Humankind has used them for thousands of years to carry out important chemical reactions for making products such as

cheese, beer, Bread and yogurt also owe their flavor and texture to a range of enzyme producing organisms that were domesticated many years go.Today, nearly all commercially prepared foods contain at least one ingredient that has been made with enzymes. Some of the typical applications include enzyme use in the production of sweeteners, chocolate syrups, bakery products, alcoholic beverages, precooked cereals, infant foods, fish meal, cheese and dairy products, egg products, fruit juice, soft drinks, vegetable oil and puree, candy, spice and flavor extracts, and liquid coffee, as well as for dough conditioning, chill proofing of beer, flavor development, and meat tenderizing.Enzymes also play a significant role in non-food applications. Industrial

enzymes are used in laundry and dishwashing detergents, stonewashing jeans, pulp and paper manufacture, leather dehairing and tanning, desizing of textiles, deinking of paper, and degreasing of hides. Enzyme technology is presently going through a phase of maturation and evolution. The maturation is shown by the development of the theory concerning how enzymes function and how this is related to their primary structure through the formation and configuration of their three-dimension structure. The evolution is shown by the ever-broadening range of enzymic applications. There still remains much room for the development of useful processes a materials based on this hard-won understanding. Enzymes will clearly be more widely used in the future and this will be reflected in the number enzymes available on an industrial (and research) scale, the variety of reactions catalyzed and the range of environmental conditions under which they will operate. Established enzymes will be put to new uses and novel enzymes, discovered within their biological niches or produced by design using enzyme engineering, will be used to catalyze unexploited reactions. This is just the start of the enzyme technology era


Bioinventia are capable to introduce the Enzymes in different industrial sectors with in   Pakistan, Middle East & CIS Countries.