All Valio Gefilus® products contain the unique lactic acid bacterium Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and vitamin D. The milk products also contain calcium. Valio Gefilus® juices contain vitamin C. Vitamins C and D promote the normal functioning of the natural immune system, while calcium promotes the normal functioning of digestive enzymes. As part of a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Take care of your immune system
The resistance that the body's defence mechanism generates is vitally important. Normal functioning of the natural immune system allows us to enjoy every day without concerns. Valio Gefilus® products are suitable for people of all ages and circumstances, including children, pregnant women and people following special diets.
Valio Gefilus® products that contain milk can be given starting from the time the child can, according to recommendations, be fed cow's milk. The Valio Gefilus® product range also contains non-dairy alternatives, which are suitable for children from when they learn how to drink from a mug.
For expectant mothers
A healthy immune system is also important during pregnancy. Valio Gefilus® products contain plenty of vitamin D, which, together with a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle, contribute to the normal function of the immune system.
For men and women of all ages
Schools, workplaces and hobbies expose us to pathogenic viruses. A good immune system is important to people who lead an active life. Everyone stands to gain from the use of Valio Gefilus® products, because good resistance helps people to cope with daily challenges.
For the ageing
Our ability to fight illness usually weakens as we age, increasing an ageing person's susceptibility to infections. Insufficient nutrition may make the impairment of the immune system worse.
"Valio Gefilus® products contain the world's most thoroughly researched lactic acid bacterium"
The world's most researched lactic acid bacterium
All Valio Gefilus® products contain the world's most thoroughly researched lactic acid bacterium Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG. It has been the subject of more than 800 scientific studies around the world. Read more