What are probiotics?
- - Probiotics are helpful bacteria that live in every person’s intestines. Probiotics help the body digest food, process nutrients, and maintain good digestive health. Probiotics support the immune system.
- - Probiotics help support digestive health by promoting regular bowel movements, optimal nutrient absorption, and even our immune system.
- - If you’re taking antibiotics, you need probiotics supplementation because antibiotics kill both beneficial and harmful bacteria. Probiotics replace your digestive tract’s supply of good bacteria.
What is inulin?
- - Inulin is a plant-produced high density dietary fiber that helps your digestive system. It also helps in the absorption of very important dietary minerals.
- - When probiotics in your gut, like Probulin, ferment and break down inulin, the compounds produced help your digestive system increase its absorption of calcium, magnesium, and iron. Inulin is a prebiotic that is added to the formula to help increase your body’s probiotic organisms by increasing the population of Lactobacilli and Bifidobacterium in your digestive tract.
Do you suffer from the following?
- - Occasional gas & bloating
- - Occasional constipation & diarrhea
Do you need probiotics?
- - Probulin may benefit you if you answer yes to any of the following questions.
- - Have you been on an antiobiotic within the past year?
- - Have you experience occasional diarrhea, constipation or irregular bowel movements?
- - Have you experienced occasional gas and/or bloating?
What can Probulin do for you?
- - Relieves you from occasional gas & bloating.
- - Aids in regulating your bowel movements.
- - Increases good bacteria in your digestive system.
- - Supports your immune system.