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Sodium butyrate


Sodium butyrate is butyric acid sodium salt. It is much more stable than pure butyric acid, it does not have such a bad smell. In supplementation, it occurs in the form of a micro granulate, which is resistant to digestive enzymes of the upper gastrointestinal tract. The granules ensure the gradual release of sodium butyrate and distributing it over the entire length of the small and large intestine.

Sodium butyrate is used in disorders of the digestive tract. It has been shown to have a beneficial effect on intestinal colonocytes and is used by them as a source of energy. In addition, it promotes the increase in the amount and size of the intestinal villi and improves the integrity of the intestinal mucosa. It may also limit the production of proinflammatory cytokines and stimulate the production of compounds with antibacterial properties.

Dosing: according to the recommendation of a specialist. In prevention, the dose is usually from 150 to 300 mg of sodium butyrate per day.



Sodium is an important component of the intracellular fluids, and is a regulator of acid-base balance. Along with potassium affects the proper of growth and provides the proper functioning of muscles and nerves. The source of acquisition is table salt (NaCl) and bladderwrack, shellfish, bacon, beef, and of plant beets and carrots. People on salt-free diet should avoid, among others, spicy sauces and smoked meats and sausages.
Sodium deficiency is very rare, at heaving sweating after a long effort (e.g. in the marathon).
Excess sodium increases blood pressure (especially for the elderly), edema and increased thirst. Exceeding the daily dose of 14g a day can cause poisoning.




Salt (sodium chloride, or table salt), natural source of electrolytes (chlorine and potassium), regulating water and electrolyte and acid-base balance of the body, affecting the nervous system and blood pressure. Sodium is an essential element for the proper growth. The proper dose of salt prevents overheating of the body and solar stroke. It provides the proper functioning of muscles and nerves the body. Chlorine in combination with sodium, is involved in the digestive process and maintains acid-base balance in the body, as antitoxin removes toxic products of metabolism in the liver. Salt is a flavour component and preservative of many foods, nutritional supplements and mixtures of electrolytes, available at

Dosage: no specific standards of consumption, used so as to provide sufficient amount of electrolytes to the body (sodium and chloride).


Butyric acid


Butyric acid (butanoic acid) is an organic chemical compound belonging to the group of short-chain fatty acids (SCFA). In physiological conditions, it is produced in the large intestine by bacteria responsible for the fermentation of undigested carbohydrates.

Butyric acid positively affects the condition of the intestines. It is a source of energy for intestinal epithelial cells (colonocytes) – it stimulates their growth and differentiation; helps to maintain the integrity of the intestinal epithelium and stimulates the production of mucus in the intestinal mucosa. In addition, it promotes a reduction in the level of proinflammatory cytokines in the gastrointestinal tract.

Due to the characteristic and very unpleasant smell as well as the low durability, pure butyric acid is rarely used. Instead, for therapeutic purposes, salts of butyric acid (most commonly sodium butyrate) and its analogs (e.g., glycerol tri-butyrate, arginine butyrate) are used.

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