If your immune system could use some support then your body may benefit from ProBiota 12* ProBiota 12 capsules were designed to provide a potent dose of the most researched beneficial probiotic bacteria available for maintaining a healthy gut ecosystem.*
What makes ProBiota 12 the best probiotic?
- Contains 12 probiotic strains selected to build a diverse & healthy intestinal environment
- Made with proprietary InTactic technology so bacteria aren’t destroyed in the stomach
- Provides 50 BILLION organisms per serving (two capsules), as opposed to ineffective lower doses
- Probiotic bacteria grown in dairy-free nutrient base
- Laboratory tested to ensure label potency & purity
Probiota 12 Maximum Support capsules will maintain or exceed label potency for a year if kept refrigerated. If kept at average room temperature, Probiota 12 will remain potent for 4-6 months. At higher temperatures (86 F), Probiota 12 will maintain potency for about 2 months. These claims are verified by independent, real-time viability tests.
What do the 12 strains of probiotic bacteria in ProBiota 12 do?
- Produces lactic acid, hydrogen peroxide, and other compounds which support a healthy intestinal system.*
- Interferes with the binding of harmful bacteria, yeasts and viruses to your intestinal mucosa*
- Produces short-chain fatty acids (acetate, propionate, and butyrate) that nourish the colon.*
- Supports the local digestive immune system which is actually the majority of your immune defense. Did you know that the immune system in your small intestine makes up more than 70% of your overall immune support?!*
- Supports neutralization of proinflammatory cytokines.*
- Supports healthy immunological gut barrier function.*
- Synthesizes vitamin K and B vitamins which are key for healthy blood clotting, stress support and energy.*
- Supports production of lactase enzymes that help digest the milk sugar lactose*
- Supports activity of detoxifying enzymes and removal of ammonia and phenol.*
- Supports production of analogs of the DPP-IV enzyme which break down opioid peptides.*