ProBionic® has been specially formulated to improve digestive health. It contains probiotic strains that help the body restore the balance of healthy bacteria in the gut. These strains are microencapsulated to ensure that they survive to reach your digestive tract and maximize the body's digestive function. ProBionic® helps promote healthy digestion and helps support other bodily functions like the immune system.
BENEFITS AND RESEARCH
Your body needs good bacteria to help with detoxification, food digestion, waste removal, production of vitamins, and protection from harmful organisms. When the intestinal bacteria is imbalanced and unhealthy bacteria dominate, the body is less able to fight off infection resulting in inflammation. The individual strains used in ProBionic® and ProBionic® Plus are helpful for maintaining overall gut health.
The proprietary encapsulation used in ProBionic® and ProBionic® Plus allows healthy strains of bacteria to be delivered to the digestive system alive and undisturbed.1
The contents of the packet can be taken dry, or they can be mixed with 8-10 fl. oz. of water. Use one packet daily.
SAFETY AND WARNINGS
ProBionic® and ProBionic® Plus are generally well tolerated. As with any dietary supplement, some gastrointestinal discomfort may be experienced.
ProBionic®and ProBionic® Plus are packaged in single-serve foil packets.
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