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PureBiotic 60 vcaps


Natural Full Spectrum Probiotic Blend

This advanced probiotic formula supports a healthy digestive system and also immune function. It is ideal for individuals with poor B-vitamin production, antibiotic use, gut microbial overgrowth (dysbiosis), constipation, diarrhea, all gastro-intestinal inflammatory processes.*

Designed for a complete intestinal repopulation of upper and lower intestines with 27 billion cultures from 13 different clinically supported strains per serving. This advanced probiotic formula is used to repopulate the intestinal bacteria in those with poor B-vitamin production and antibiotic use. It can be used to protect the gut against unfriendly microbes during travel and antibiotic use.* Specific special features include:

  • Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus, which are known to adhere to the intestinal epithelial cells providing a natural barrier and reducing unfriendly microbes’ adhesion ability. They are also known to increase immune function and to act as natural antibiotics to kill undesirable microbes. This formula was also designed to improve lactose intolerance and digestibility of milk products.*

Standard Dosage: Take three capsules daily in divided doses with meals.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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  • References

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