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Probiotic Powder

60 Servings





Probiotic Powder

The Basics

Probiotics are essential for a healthy digestive system and for strengthening immunity. They’re indispensable if you suffer from chronic indigestion, abdominal pain, bloating, lactose intolerance, diarrhea, constipation, and other digestive problems. Our Probiotic Powder contains the 5 most viable and stable strains representing the best- researched bacteria known today.

Taking probiotics promotes:
Optimal digestion
Healthy bowels and intestinal flora
Overall immune function
Synthesis of B and K vitamins
Protection against traveler’s diarrhea
A flatter tummy

How to take it

A half teaspoon to one teaspoon daily added to your favorite smoothie, sprinkled on any cold food or mixed with water.


60 Servings

Serving size

2 grams (approx. 1/2 teaspoon)
20 billion cfu per serving.

Please Note

Your probiotics will be sent in a refrigerated cooler pack with cold packs. Cold packs may melt during shipping which should not affect product integrity, as the probiotics have been stored in refrigerators at our warehouse and are manufactured with overages to ensure label potency when exposed to higher temperatures. The probiotics should be refrigerated upon arrival, but no need to be concerned if the ice packs are melted.

Heartburn, Bloating and Gas

Overcome bloating and gas, and balance the lower GI, see Bloating Bundle
Overcome heartburn and indigestion, and balance the upper GI, see Heartburn Bundle

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Product Ingredients



60 Servings

Serving size

2 grams (approx. 1/2 teaspoon)
5 Strains provide 20 billion cfu per serving.


As a dietary supplement, take 2 grams (approx. 1/2 teaspoon) per day, or as directed by your health care practitioner.

Formulated to exclude gluten, dairy, corn, yeast, soy.

Refrigerate to ensure maximum potency and shelf life. Organism potency decreases slowly and can accelerate through exposure to heat, humidity or direct sunlight.

Store tightly closed in a cool, dry, dark place. Natural color, size and shape may vary between lots.

Manufactured in an NSF certified GMP registered facility. GMP refers to the Good Manufacturing Practice regulations as put forth by the US Food and Drug Administration. For more information on NSF see


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