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Digest Gold Smiles - 30 Mints Default Category Enzymedica
Digest Gold Smiles - 30 Mints Default Category Enzymedica
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    Digest Gold Smiles - 30 Mints



    Enzymedica Digest Gold Smiles has been discontinued by the manufacturer.

    Unique quick-melting mints that provide a unique probiotic clinically studied for periodontal and immune health.*

      • 12 billion cells of clinically studied HK L-137 Probiotic per serving
      • Provides periodontal support for healthy gums, teeth and fresh breath*
      • Quick melt mint dissolves fast for a burst of mint*
      • Supports immune health
      • Shelf-stable


     Serving Size: 3 mints Amount Per Serving
    Calories 5
    Total Fat 0.5 g
    Immuno-LP20 (HK Lactobacillus plantarum L-137) 50 mg

    Other Ingredients: Palm oil, fish gelatin (tilapia) menthol, dextrin, glycerin, Reb A (stevia leaf extract), spirulina extract (colorant).

    Suggested Use

    Place 1 mint in your mouth and allow it dissolve. Enjoy the rush of fresh mint and use your tongue to spread the inner contents along your gums and teeth.  Wait 1-2 minutes before drinking water.  Take 3 times daily.

    Warnings: Contains Soy, milk, fish. 

    More Info

    The digestive system starts in your mouth, and oral health is crucial to our overall health and quality of life.  Each serving of Digest Gold Smiles™ delivers 12 billion cells of a unique probiotic strain, HK Lactobacillus plantarum L-137, which is clinically studied to support oral health, including gums, teeth and fresh breath.*  The mints dissolve quickly and deliver a burst of mint for fresh breath. 

    The delicious quick-melting mint in Digest Gold Smiles supports your oral health by positively influencing your mouth’s microbiome.* By influencing the makeup of the bacteria of your mouth, and by supporting your overall immune function, Digest Gold Smiles is an ideal supplement to your daily oral hygiene regimen.* 

    As we age, our gums naturally recede. The health of our gums is crucial to our overall health and quality of life. Oral health has been linked with a variety of other health needs. In fact, the American Dental Association and the American Heart Association have acknowledged the link between the health of your gums and your heart.