Supplementation with probiotics may help promote healthy gut flora by populating the lower intestines with beneficial bacteria.
The probiotic in this formula—Saccharomyces boulardii—is a type of yeast isolated from litchi fruits. Sacch-Myces is a quality probiotic that does not require refrigeration.
Unlike other products containing this organism, Sacch-Myces is free of dairy and lactose, making it a suitable probiotic for individuals with sensitivity to dairy.
Helps fight Candida yeast overgrowth
Optimizing gastrointestinal health
Counterbalancing intestinal microorganisms disrupted by stress, poor nutrition and toxins
Supporting the immune system by strengthening the intestinal barrier—one of the body’s first lines of defense against invading pathogens
Counteracting depletion of healthy microflora in occasional antibiotic-associated or traveler’s diarrhea
Supporting healthy gut flora that may be depleted or diminished by pharmaceutical drugs
Helping to protect the digestive mucosa from pathogens that may damage the intestinal lining
Counterbalancing overgrowth of of opportunistic bacteria and yeast
Promoting healthy bowel function
• Dairy and lactose free
• 10 billion live freeze- dried cells per serving at time of manufacture
• Does not require refrigeration
As a dietary supplement, take two capsules per day on an empty stomach (can be in between meals or before bed) or as directed by your health care practitioner
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I have had a lot of issues with gut dysbiosis and my herbalist recommended this strain of probiotic. I trust Magdalena’s supplements because their quality is certified. I think this product does help with my issues.
Very good news Elizabeth
I purchases this particular probiotic because I was told it can help fight candida. It's too soon to tell how my candida is doing (wrong time of the month), but I'm happy to update after I'm done the bottle to see if I am closer to my desired results!
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