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Probiotic Synergy™ - 60 spheres

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Designs For Health Probiotic Synergy

Probiotic Synergy™ is designed to offer support for proper flora in the gastrointestinal tract. It uses patented delivery and shelf stability technology to ensure maximum potency and viability. This is achieved using the latest techniques designed to protect fragile probiotic organisms from harsh stomach acid and deliver the highest number of live organisms to the intestinal tract.

Made with non-GMO ingredients.

Ingredients

Each serving contains:

Proprietary Probiotics Blend  -  5 billion cfu

Other Ingredients: Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, pectin, microcrystalline cellulose, sodium carbonate, silicon dioxide, vegetable stearate, guar gum, turmeric (natural color)

Suggested Use

As a dietary supplement, take one sphere per day, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. 

More Info.

Probiotic Synergy™ uses the most advanced patented delivery and shelf stability technology available to ensure maximum potency and viability.  This is achieved using the latest techniques designed to protect fragile probiotic organisms from harsh stomach acid and deliver the highest number of live organisms to the intestinal tract. 

With probiotics, it’s all about survival.  Probiotic organisms must survive three critical barriers to be of benefit to the consumer - the manufacturing process, time on the shelf, and most importantly the transit through the acidic environment of the stomach.  Probiotic Synergy™ is formulated to handle all of the above, presented in moisture-resistant BIO-tract Probiospheres® that enhance stability and the ultimate delivery of probiotic organisms to the intestinal tract. This results in high levels of protected bacteria optimally released throughout the entire digestive tract.

Regular consumption of probiotics may improve immune response and mucin production, as well as alleviate symptoms associated with diarrhea, constipation, dysbiosis, bacterial infections, and yeast overgrowth. Probiotics should also be considered during or after use of antibiotics.



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