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D.L. Acidophilus + Pectin - 250 Capsules Default Category Douglas Labs
D.L. Acidophilus + Pectin - 250 Capsules Default Category Douglas Labs
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    D.L. Acidophilus + Pectin - 250 Capsules



    Douglas Laboratories D.L. Acidophilus + Pectin has been discontinued by the manufacturer. 

    D.L. Acidophilus Pectin capsules contain a blend of the beneficial microorganisms Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus bulgaricus for gastrointestinal health. The addition of Pectin is a soluble fiber for intestinal support.


    Each serving contains:

    Lactobacilli Acidophilus and Lactobacilli Bulgaricus Complex  -  550 million CFU
    Citrus Pectin  -  100 mg

    Other ingredients: Cellulose (fiber), gelatin (capsule) and vegetable stearate.

    Suggested Use

    As a dietary supplement, adults take 1-2 capsules 2 to 4 times daily or as directed by your healthcare professional. Preferably taken with milk or whey.

    More Info.

    Oral supplements of live, beneficial intestinal micro-organisms for nutritional health and well-being are known as probiotics. Probiotic dietary acidophilus colonize the intestinal tract, depending on the specific bacterium-tohost affinity. Bacteria are continually in competition for colonization space. The original bacterial colonies have an advantage over transient bacteria. Nevertheless, the composition of the intestinal microflora is dynamic and constantly changing.

    If harmful microorganisms proliferate, the equilibrium is disturbed, and it becomes difficult even for indigenous bacteria to maintain their necessary territory to colonize the intestine. Antibiotics tend to kill off both beneficial and harmful bacteria, and thus may also disturb the normal, healthy balance of intestinal microorganisms. When potent probiotic supplements, such as D.L. Acidophilus + Pectin, are supplied regularly, chances are greatly increased for establishing and maintaining a healthy population of beneficial intestinal microorganisms. Once established, a normal intestinal microflora rich in lactobacilli creates acidic conditions that are unfavorable for the settlement of pathogenic microorganisms.