This natural probiotic powder cleanses the digestive system while providing the body with a daily source of fiber, probiotics, and nutrients. Prescribed For Life's probiotic powder has 20 billion organisms per serving and 8 highly viable living strains.
- Promotes healthy intestinal flora
- Improves intestinal health
- Aids in proper digestion
- Assists with Acid Reflux
- No chemical processing or unpleasant side effects
Derived from non GMO, organic, vegetarian sources, we use only FDA GRAS rated ingredients (Generally Recognized as Safe). We offer size options for individual use and in volume at wholesale pricing.
Suggested Use: Take 1/4 Level Teaspoon per day with milk or purified water, 20-60 minutes after meals. For infants and older children, add 1/8 teaspoon into milk, water or add to yogurt.
Serving Size: 1/4 Level Teaspoon (Approx. 1g)
Fill Tablespoon Slightly Under Level
Servings Per 12oz Container: 340 *multiply by size option
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value||Calories||0||Total Fat||0||Total Carbohydrates||0||Soluble Dietary Fiber||0||Protein O||Probiotic Bacteria |
20 Billion Organisms +.
*Daily Values (%DV) are not established.
No artificial sweeteners, coloring, preservatives or flavoring.
Pro-Biotics 8 Strains 20 Billion per gram survives stomach acid and lower digestive tractizes the intestines. It is temperature stable under 74 degrees.
All ingredients are FDA approved and GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) rated.
Re-Seal after use. Store in a Cool / Dry place.
Why We Have Selected these 8 Strains
L. acidophilus & L. bulgaricus – thrive in the gastrointestinal tract; are commonly used in yogurt production; produce their own anti-biotics that help neutralize toxins and kill harmful bacteria. Beneficial in relieving IBS symptoms and diarrhea.
L. rhamnosus & L. casei – stable in stomach acids of the gastrointestinal tract; used in food, dairy and cheese production. Beneficial for anti-viral immunity, respiratory tract infections and reducing flatulent gas and diarrhea.
L. plantarum - stable in stomach acids of the gastrointestinal tract; used to ferment foods and make cheeses. Offers great anti-microbial and anti-bacterial benefits.
B. coagulans (formerly L. sporogenes) – Spores activate in stomach acids, then begin to germinate and proliferate in the intestines. Improves vaginal flora, abdominal pain, IBS bloating and immune response in viral challenges.
B. bifidum & B. breve – One of the major genera of bacteria that make up the lower digestive tract flora. Assists in the fermentation of Mother’s milk, discouraging the growth of Gram-negative pathogens in infants. May exert a range of beneficial health effects, including inhibition of pathogens and harmful bacteria that lower digestive tractize and/or infect the gut mucosa, systemic immune responses, repression of procarcinogenic enzymatic activities within the microbiota and the production of vitamins.
L. acidophilus, L. rhamnosus, L. casei, B. bifidum, B. breve, L. bulgaricus, L. sporogenes, L. plantarum