Mega Probiotic Powder

Mega Probiotic Powder

  • $21.99


Feature summary

Mega Probiotic Powder delivers a potency of 12 billion active cells per gram at the time of manufacture (eight billion at expiry) and is a blend of four clinically-tested species of friendly probiotics. Three species of lactobacillus bacteria support the health of the small intestine, and one species of bifidobacterium supports the health of the large intestine.

Modern medical research has confirmed that daily ingestion of probiotics can increase the number of friendly bacteria in the gut, and is identifying which species of bacteria are most beneficial. Probiotics have been shown to play an important role in preventing or controlling diarrhea, constipation and other digestive disorders, dental cavities, bacterial vaginosis, and allergies. Recent studies also reveal that probiotics can reduce the risk of cancer, and reduce infections by strengthening the immune system.

While some foods (like yogurt), or fermented foods (like tempeh) can replenish some species of friendly bacteria, getting adequate amounts from our diet can be challenging. Mega Probiotic Powder is a specially-formulated probiotic supplement that delivers a balanced blend of the most potent species of probiotics.

Ingredients

Each ¼ Teaspoon (1 g) Contains: 
12 billion active cells* of the following specially cultured strains of probiotics:
Lactobacillus rhamnosus.......................... 45% 5.40 billion cfu†
Lactobacillus acidophilus.......................... 35% 4.20 billion cfu†
Lactobacillus casei................................... 15% 1.80 billion cfu†
Bifidobacterium bifidum.............................. 5% 0.60 billion cfu†
†cfu: colony forming units

Uses and benefits

  • Restores a healthy balance of intestinal flora
  • Improves nutrient absorption
  • Enhances immune function
  • Improves breath

Additional information

Children: Suitable for children at one-half the adult dose.

Pregnancy and Nursing: Considered safe during pregnancy and lactation, however, any pregnant woman with a urogenital infection should consult a health care practitioner rather than self-medicate.

Seniors: No special precautions known.

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