Does your digestive system occasionally feel out of balance or irregular? Do you feel bloated and gassy? Probulin® has made it possible maximize your digestive health!**
What Can Negatively Affect Your Digestive System?
How do you choose the best probiotic?
All Probulin® Digestive Probiotics Ensure Optimal Delivery & Survival in the Gut
STEP #1 — Stomach Acid Protection
Using a uniquely harvested extract of brown seaweed, we have created a secondary barrier to protect the beneficial probiotic bacteria. We like to refer to this as our Seaweed Submarine. Even after the probiotic powder is exposed to 1.5pH stomach acid for 60 minutes, the probiotic bacteria inside the Seaweed Submarine are still dry and protected.
STEP #2 — Isotonic Delivery/Protection
Before activation, the beneficial probiotic bacteria are in a dormant state. These bacteria are activated by exposure to moisture, but once active, they can over-hydrate and die. Using our proprietary isotonic delivery step, we achieve activation with a more balanced hydration. This supports higher survival rates in probiotic bacteria.
STEP #3 — Environmental Safeguards
All strains of probiotic bacteria used in Probulin® probiotics are resistant to many pressures created by environmental exposure to common everyday elements.
The MAKTrek® 3-D three-step system has scientifically demonstrated an ability to ensure a greater number of surviving beneficial probiotic bacteria — beyond other probiotic delivery systems.
What ingredients are in Probulin® Digestive Probiotics?
Seaweed Extract (Complex Marine Polysaccharides)
Uniquely harvested Brown Seaweed (Lessonia nigrecens) which in used to form our proprietary “Seaweed Submarine” which protects the valuable probiotics from stomach acid and bile.
Key to the success of our MAKTrek 3-D Probiotic Delivery System, important electrolyte minerals help to support survival of our beneficial probiotic bacteria by helping create an isotonic (“balanced”) water environment.
Lactobacilli Bacteria are important beneficial probiotic bacteria that primarily live in the small intestines (Upper Gastrointestinal Environment). The most well-know is Acidophilous which has been studied in areas like immune support.
Bifidobacteria are important beneficial probiotic bacteria that live primarily in the large intestines (Lower Gastrointestinal Environment). These particular type of probiotic bacteria have been studied in the area of support for challenges such as occasional loose bowels and constipation.
Prebiotics are portions of soluble fiber that are the favorite food for beneficial probiotic bacteria. Prebiotics are important food resources for probiotics to ensure better survival. Prebiotic fiber can be found in Inulin as well as many other fruits, vegetables, seed & legumes.