Biotics are chemical substances of exogenous origin that are included into almost all the biochemical structures and systems of the human body.
- They are involved into all physiological processes and act as an essential agents in normalizing and regulating all biochemical structures and systems of a body.
- Biotics increase the resistance to the action of external harmful agents.
- Biotics include vitamins, minerals, and some macronutrients, such as calcium, sulfur, iron.
- Unlike antibiotics, biotics do not inhibit the activity of body's own microorganisms.