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Patented Process Probiotic 4 Pack (Save 33%)

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$107.88
SKU:
PBPLUS60-TUR-4
Ingredients:
Lactowise (Probiotic: Bacillus Coagulans MTCC 5856, Prebiotic: (Soluble Fenumannans), Opti-Biome (Probiotic: Bacillus Subtilis MB40), Turmeric Root, Aloe Vera Leaf, Psyllium Husk, Inulin HD, Rice Flour, Vegetable Capsule

Product Overview

Living up to the high standards of My Doctor Suggests, our Probiotic formula is a groundbreaking advancement in the market. Formulated using patented Lactospore ® technology, our probiotics deliver an effective blend of time-release micro-organisms that can thrive in the harshest of acidic environments. The addition of Slippery Elm, Turmeric Root and Fibre work in harmony with the digestive system to deliver a probiotic blend that is extremely effective. 

 + Features and Benefits:

 - Patented Lactospore ® technology 

 - Contains both prebiotics and probiotics

 - Addition of Turmeric Root, Slippery Elm and Fibre

 - Shelf Stable - does not require refrigeration

 - Works in harmony with the digestive system

 - An excellent companion to pH balanced Alkaline Structured Silver

 + Ingredients :  Lactowise (Probiotic: Bacillus Coagulans MTCC 5856, Prebiotic: (Soluble Fenumannans), Opti-Biome (Probiotic: Bacillus Subtilis MB40), Tumeric Root, Aloe Vera Leaf, Psyllium Husk, Inulin HD, Rice Flour, Vegetable Capsule

People who choose My Doctor Suggests can be confident knowing only the highest quality ingredients are incorporated into each and every one of our products.

+ Suggested Use : For digestive support take two capsules daily.  For best results, take one capsule in the morning and one in the evening.

 

 

 

My Doctor Suggests’ Probiotic contains Lactowise™ with Lactospore® technology. Lactospore® is a shelf stable (at room temperature) probiotic. It is clinically documented for its efficacy in supporting health and wellness.1,2,3  Being in sporulated form, the culture survives and proliferates in the gastrointestinal environment unlike vegetative cells that may be destroyed under these conditions.
  1. Monograph : Altern Med Rev. 2002 Aug;7(4):340-2. Lactobacillus sporogenes.

  2. Gandhi, A.B. (1988) Lactobacillus sporogenes, an advancement in Lactobacillus therapy. The

    Eastern Pharmacist, 41-43.

  3. Losada, MA et al. (2002). Towards a healthier diet for the colon: the influence of

    fructooligosaccharides and lactobacilli on intestinal health. Nutrition Research 22:71–84. 

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