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Probiotics as a whole are designed to help with a range of different problems found within the body. The key to really get the benefits of a probiotic supplement is to make sure you are taking a product that has active CFU by the time it reaches your system.There are a couple ways to achieve this, one being fridge storage of your probiotics the other and most common is to put enough in there that the desired amount will still be in the capsules once it passes through the stomach. To ensure that PhytoLogica is providing the best quality of supplement, we do this by using the Maktrek Bi-Pass process by using natural marine polysaccharides derived from brown seaweed. This process creates a protective layer around the capsule keeping the probiotics protected until they reach the digestive tract. The 4 main strands in our probiotic supplement are:
- Bifidobacterium Lactis – known for its ability to boost your immunity by stimulating natural killer cells and antibodies
- Lactobacillus Plantarum – known to help improve gut health by producing antimicrobial substances, enhancing the intestinal barrier, and modulating inflammation
- Lactobacillus Paracasei – known to help improve gut health by reducing intestinal permeability, and help with excessive bowel movements and sensitive bowels
- Lactobacillus acidophilus – naturally found in the intestinal tract and helps in maintaining the intestinal flora, and because it can help support vaginal health by producing lactic acid and hydrogen peroxide that inhibit harmful bacteria and yeast, it is easily the best probiotic for women.
All PhytoLogica products are made in a GMP* compliant state of the art facility certified by NSF in the USA.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. FDA has not evaluated this product for safety or efficacy.
*GMP, or Good Manufacturing Practice is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards.
Can you take too much probiotics?
While probiotics are generally safe, taking too much can lead to digestive discomfort, bloating, or other issues. Stick to the recommended dosage on the product label and consult with a healthcare provider if you’re unsure about taking probiotics.
What are the most essential probiotics?
Lactobacillus and bifidobacterium strains are among the most essential probiotics. These strains have been studied extensively for their beneficial effects on gut health and immunity.