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Probio 7 – Probiotics For Every Day

What Are Probiotics?

Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts promoted as having various health benefits. They’re usually added to yoghurts or taken as food supplements, and are often described as ‘good’ or ‘friendly’ bacteria. There are actually 10 times probiotics in your gut then cells in your body.

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Probio 7 Overview

Probio 7 Probiotic in capsule form is a nutritional supplement, which is convenient and easy to use, wherever you are:
at home, at work or on the move. The Probio 7 Probiotic capsules need no refrigeration, (unlike some other probiotic supplements) and are the ideal solution for getting your daily dose of lactic ferments when you want to take a quick and efficient probiotic course of treatment.

Each capsule provides you with 4 Billion! friendly bacteria CFUs* (made up from 7 different strains commonly found to inhabit the human digestive tract) together with 2 types of fibre (soy and fructo-oligosaccharide), which support the action of the bacteria.

Our Friendly Bacteria Complex contains:

L. Acidophius


Relieves gas, bloating, improves lactose intolerance. Shown 61 percent reduction in e. coli, lower cholesterol levels 12 and creation of vitamin K. Also, important in GALT immune strength.

B. Longum


Bifidobacterium longum turns sugars into lactic acids. Supports liver function, reduces inflammation, removes lead and heavy metals.

L. Casei


Supports immunity, inhibits h. pylori and helps fight infections, skin disease, allergies.

L. Bulgaricius


A powerful probiotic strain that has been shown to fight harmful bacteria that invades your digestive system and is stable enough to withstand the acidic digestive juices of the stomach. It also neutralizes toxins and naturally produces its own antibiotics.

B. Bifidum


The most dominant probiotic in infants and in the large intestine. Supports production of vitamins in gut, inhibits harmful bacteria, supports immune system response and prevent diarrhea.

L. Lactis


Lactobacillus lactis is a stable but adaptable metabolic organism which is able to thrive in the harsh environment of the human gastrointestinal tract.

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