How it works
Probiotics are major contributors to a healthy immune response as well as optimal digestive health.* Probiotic fiber provides the ultimate support for your digestive system with prebiotics and probiotics.* Probiotics are good bacteria that help support your immune system and prebiotics are considered food for the probiotics to assist with good bacteria growth.* This process is known as the symbiotics effect, where probiotics and prebiotics work together for better immune support and a happy digestive system.*
Take 1 capsule daily with or without food.
A colony-forming unit is the estimated number of viable bacteria that are capable of dividing and forming more colonies. If they are alive and dividing, the probiotic bacteria are getting the job done.
It’s almost impossible to know. The average person’s gut microbiome contains up to 1,000 different species of known bacteria - a third of which is common to most people while two thirds are specific to you. So like your fingerprint, your gut microbiome is unique to you.
The term symbiotic is used to refer to a product that contains both probiotics and prebiotics. This combination contributes to a special synergy that supports the gastrointestinal tract.
Absolutely. Antibiotics frequently throw the good and bad bacteria in your gut out of whack. This can lead to diarrhea or other stomach discomfort. Studies suggest that taking a probiotic during the course of an antibiotic treatment can lower the risk of developing diarrhea.*
The gut is arguable the center of your health. Mostly comprised of probiotics, the gut is the first line of defense for your immune system. Between 70-80% of our immune tissue is located in the walls of your gastrointestinal tract. Helpful bacteria or probiotics help prevent the growth of harmful bacteria, aid digestion and support nutrient absorption to keep your gut (and you!) healthy. Diets high in processed foods, stress and poor lifestyle habits can upset the balance of your gut’s good bacteria and can lead to a weakened immune system.
Acidophilus is a species from the genies Lactobacillus. This friendly gut bacteria was first discovered within the human digestive tract in 1900, and benefits us by deterring the growth of harmful bacteria. It feeds on prebiotic fibers that the human body does not digest and may help to produce beneficial enzymes.* It is estimated that there are trillions of beneficial bacteria living within your gut and around 1,000 different strains identified to date. The Lactobacillus genies is one of the most commonly studied and popular among dietary supplements in the gut health category.
Inulin (Chicory Root)
Inulin is a prebiotic fiber from the flowering plant named Chicory, native to regions in Eurasia. In the Roman times, Chicory was used as a culinary herb before it was discovered for its many supplemental benefits. Now grown in parts of the United States, Chicory is not only beneficial as a prebiotic fiber to support the growth of beneficial bacteria and regular bowel movements, but it also may help support the liver and has more recently been used as a replacement for coffee.
B. Subtilis, B. Coagulans, L. Rhamnosus, L. Casei, L. Brevis, L. Salivarius, B. Bifidum, S. Thermophilus, B. Longum, S. Boulardii, FOS, Inulin, Gelatin, Maltodextrin, Celullose
DOES NOT CONTAIN
Corn, Dairy, Gluten, Peanuts, Shellfish, Soy, Tree Nuts, Yeast