OptiBac Probiotics for Women 2.3 Billion 14 Capsules
OptiBac Probiotics For women provides at least 2.3 billion live cultures per capsule, which have been through numerous in vitro tests to ensure their quality. Furthermore, these two strains have been clinically trialled in numerous studies around the world, involving thousands of women over the last two decades. Made especially for women, this supplement contains two strains of natural bacteria which are found in the intimate flora. Female intimate health Alongside taking this product, it may also be worthwhile considering your diet (for example reducing your intake of sugar, which can feed harmful bacteria and yeasts), increasing your water intake and avoiding feminine wipes, douches and soaps in the intimate area, which can upset the natural vaginal pH. Making a difference For every 14 capsules pack of OptiBac Probiotics For women purchased, OptiBac Probiotics will donate at least 20p to the international women’s rights charity, Womankind Worldwide. Womankind Worldwide partners with organisations in Africa, Asia and Latin America to challenge discrimination of, and violence against, women. So you can purchase with a purpose! Choose OptiBac Probiotics For women to support your intimate flora with well researched live cultures.
Fillers: maltodextrin (natural source), microcrystalline cellulose; Live cultures: (Lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1®, Lactobacillus reuteri RC-14®); vegetarian capsule: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, titanium dioxide; anti-caking agents: silicon dioxide, vegetable magnesium stearate.
- Take 1 to 2 capsules daily as desired, or as professionally directed. - For ongoing use, one capsule a day will often suffice. - Take with food, preferably with breakfast. - For best results, take daily. OptiBac Probiotics may be used on an ongoing basis. NB: For anyone unable to swallow capsules, the contents of the capsule can be mixed with a cold meal or cold beverage.
It is not recommended to give live cultures to patients who: are severely immunosuppressed, have pancreatitis, are in the Intensive Care Unit, have blood in the stool, have central venous catheters; or to post-surgical patients with open wounds, or infants with short bowel syndrome; unless under a doctor’s care.
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