The benefits of probiotics have become widely know in recent years, but did you know tha you need to make sure those friendly bacteria get fed? That's where prebioctics come in. In short, prebiotics are a specialized plant fiber that acts as a fertilizer, helping the good bacteria grow and thrive, improving the good-to-bac bacteria ratio.
Choosing a Probiotic • Quality vs. Quantity
It's not the total number of bacteria in a product that's most important; it's the number of different strains of bacteria it includes. Because different strains have different functions and are more effective than products containing an extremely high concentration of just one or two strains.
Our Probiotics Contain 7 Powerful Strains:
L. acidophilus, B. bifidum, L. rhamnosis, L. reuteri, L. casei, L.fermentum, and L. plantarum.