Health Plus Probiotic Fiber Digestion & Immunity Formula Billion CFU – 30 Capsules
Probiotics Fibers is a special blend of herbs and nutrients that help balance the intestinal flora in your digestive tract. Probiotics, fiber and herbs work together to support the entire digestive infrastructure and support the immune system.
- Billion CFU
- Made with Prebiotic Fibers
- Aids in Digestion and Immunity
What Is Probiotic Fiber?
Probiotic Fiber helps nourish your colon with what it craves to stay healthy: Prebiotic Fibers and a balanced spectrum of 12 Probiotics strains.
Probiotics are major contributors to a healthy immune response as well as optimal digestive health. The ultimate support for your digestive system with prebiotics and probiotics. Probiotics are good bacteria that help support your immune system and prebiotics are considered food for the probiotics to assist with good bacteria growth. This process is known as the symbiotics effect, where probiotics and prebiotics work together for better immune support and a happy digestive system.
3 Primary Reasons You Need Probiotic Fiber
- To support a good intestinal flora and help promote good digestion
- To help sooth and nourish the digestive tract with proprietary blend of probiotics, digestive enzymes and prebiotics
- To support the immune system
More Great Reasons You Need Probiotic Fiber
- One capsule contains 1 billion colony-forming units (CFU) at the time of manufacturing
- Each capsule is equal to the colony-forming units in 1 teaspoon of plain yogurt
- Formulated with both probiotics and prebiotics to help improve digestive health and immune support
What Else Should I Know About Probiotic Fiber?
- Probiotic Fiber is more than just probiotics. It is packed with prebiotics, digestive enzymes, and herbs to help promote a strong digestive tract.
- The prebiotics in Probiotic Fiber are considered food for probiotics and keep the probiotics nourished and flourishing.
- Probiotic Fiber is formulated with two well-known digestive herbs, cardamom and fennel, to help soothe common stomach concerns such as gas, heartburn and bloating.
- The proprietary blend of digestive enzymes in Probiotic Fiber aid in the absorption if nutrients and assist in breaking down food.
Did You Know?
- When you’re sick, an antibiotic is typically prescribed to rid the body of ‘bad’ bacteria. So you might want to consider taking a probiotic at the same time to help promote good bacteria and restore a healthy gut balance.
- Probiotics are thought to lower pH levels in the colon, which may help stool move through your system.
- Some probiotics have been shown to promote natural antibodies in the body to help boost the immune system.
- Certain strains of probiotics may help reduce the risk of some allergies.
Who Should Use Probiotic Fiber?
People concerned with:
- Diet, stress, ailments and many other factors all contribute to lack of stability between the good and bad bacteria in the gut. Supplementing daily may help maintain the balance of good bacteria.
- Immune health
- Needing a convenient synbiotic product containing probiotics, prebiotics, fiber, and more.
Healthy Plus Probiotic Fiber Frequently Asked Questions
What Is A Probiotic?
The term probiotics is derived from a Greek word meaning “for life” – an accurate phrase for what they do for us. Probiotics are microscopic bacteria living within the digestive tract needed to help maintain a well-functioning digestive system. The human bacterial microbiome or microflora consists of over 100 trillion bacterial cells, that’s 10 times the number of all the cells in our body!
Typical food sources of probiotics include fermented dairy products such as yogurt, kefir products and aged cheeses as well as sauerkraut, kimchi, miso and tempeh.
What Does My Gut Have To Do With My Immune System?
The gut is arguable the center of your health. Mostly comprised of probiotics, the gut is the first line of defense for your immune system. Between 70-80% of our immune tissue is located in the walls of your gastrointestinal tract. Helpful bacteria or probiotics help prevent the growth of harmful bacteria, aid digestion and support nutrient absorption to keep your gut (and you!) healthy. Diets high in processed foods, stress and poor lifestyle habits can upset the balance of your gut’s good bacteria and can lead to a weakened immune system.
Will Taking A Probiotic Help With Constipation Or Diarrhea?
Probiotics will actually help with both. Constipation and diarrhea are common symptoms of distress in the gastrointestinal tract, signaling an imbalanced of bacteria. The purpose of good or ‘friendly’ bacteria is to restore balance to your digestive system and replenish the gut, regardless of the symptom – constipation or diarrhea.
I Just Finished A Round Of Antibiotics. Should I Take A Probiotic?
Absolutely. Antibiotics frequently throw the good and bad bacteria in your gut out of whack. This can lead to diarrhea or other stomach discomfort. Studies suggest that taking a probiotic during the course of an antibiotic treatment can lower the risk of developing antibiotic associated diarrhea (AAD).
What Is A Colony-Forming Unit?
A colony-forming unit is the estimated number of viable bacteria that are capable of dividing and forming more colonies. If they are alive and dividing, the probiotic bacteria are getting the job done.
What Is The Recommended Daily Dose Of Probiotics That I Should Take?
While it can depend on what you’re using probiotics for, for maintaining a healthy digestive tract, a typical daily dose ranges between 1 billion and 10 billion CFUs for adults.
How Do I Know Which Probiotics Are Most Dominant In My System?
It’s almost impossible to know. The average person’s gut microbiome contains up to 1,000 different species of known bacteria – a third of which is common to most people while two thirds are specific to you. So like your fingerprint, your gut microbiome is unique to you.
Should I Take Probiotic Fiber With Food?
Healthy Plus recommends taking it 30 minutes prior to eating or with food.
What Does Synbiotic Mean?
The term synbiotic is used to refer to a product that contains both probiotics and prebiotics. This combination contributes to a special synergy that supports the gastrointestinal tract.
Do I Need To Refrigerate Probiotic Fiber?
Nope. Keep it wherever it’s convenient for you.
- For adults – take 1 capsule once daily. Probiotic Fiber can be taken continually to support overall health.
- Children should not take Probiotic Fiber
|Health Plus – Probiotic Fiber Digestion & Immunity Formula Billion CFU – 30 Capsules|
|Other Ingredients: Gelatin.|