We've designed our 2-in-1 Probiotic blend with prebiotics to help you get the most complete benefits and absorption for your health. Probiotics wouldn’t be able to do their job without prebiotics. Probiotics promote a healthy balance of gut bacteria and have been linked to a wide range of health benefits.
Research suggests that the components in our Probiotics will:
Maintain gut health
Support a healthy immune system
Support cardiovascular health
Help maintain a healthy weight
Promote skin health
No Artificial Additives
A unique formula
Our 2-in-1 formula contains prebiotics to ensure you get the most complete benefits and absorption for your health.
Carefully selected probiotics that will tackle gastrointestinal issues, support your immune system and combat urinary tract infections.
Benefits backed by science
Prebiotics are little non-digestible fiber compounds known as oligosaccharides which ferment in the body. They help maintain a healthy gastrointestinal system by increasing the presence and diversity of good bacteria (probiotics), helping improve overall digestion and can reduce the risk of a range of gastrointestinal illnesses. Probiotics are the “good” bacteria that help maintain a healthy gut. They are said to lower the number of "bad" bacteria in your gut that can cause illness or inflammation.
Prebiotics and probiotics may help boost your immune system and protect against infections by inhibiting the growth of harmful gut bacteria. They also help our bodies absorb essential nutrients, which gives the body energy to keep immune function running smoothly and keep inflammation at bay. Some probiotics have been shown to promote the production of natural antibodies in the body.
The probiotic lactobacillus crispatus has been shown to reduce the risk of urinary tract infections in women by 50%. Healthy consumption of prebiotics has been shown to decrease the number of free radicals in the body. Colon cancer in particular is associated with increased toxins in our bodies that are not removed quickly enough. Studies have shown a decrease in cancer cells in those who eat a diet filled with prebiotics.
Heart & veins
Probiotics may help keep your heart healthy by lowering LDL (“bad”) cholesterol and blood pressure. Certain lactic acid producing bacteria may reduce cholesterol by breaking down bile in the gut. Bile, a naturally occurring fluid mostly made of cholesterol, helps digestion. By breaking down bile, probiotics can prevent it from being reabsorbed in the gut, where it can enter the blood as cholesterol. Prebiotics also have what is known as a hypo-cholesterolemic effect which helps the body fight off cardiovascular disease.
An increasing number of studies link gut health to mood and mental health. Prebiotics and probiotics help your body absorb essential nutrients that help build hormone chemicals. In fact, some research links mood disorders like anxiety and depression to imbalanced gut health. Some of the findings suggest that probiotics could one day support the treatment of mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression, and possibly some neurological conditions, too.
Why take our Probiotics
Our team has created what we believe to be a market leading 2-in-1 pre and probiotic formula to ensure you get the most complete benefits and absorption.
Our Probiotics contain optimised and carefully selected prebiotics and probiotics that will tackle gastrointestinal issues, support your immune system, help maintain a balanced mood, promote skin and cardiovascular health and combat urinary tract infections.
Prebiotics and probiotics are synergistic. It makes perfect sense to combine the two. Probiotics are the “good bacteria” and prebiotics are the good fiber-rich food for the “good bacteria” to feed on.
Some scientific evidence states that taking probiotics during pregnancy can improve the baby’s immune system and reduce the likelihood of your child later developing allergies. Numerous studies have shown no actual evidence that probiotics are dangerous for pregnant or lactating women. But, as with all uncertainties, we suggest you consult with your healthcare professional.
There is no set time to take our probiotics – whenever works for you. The secret to absorption is taking them on an empty stomach because it increases the chances of the probiotics surviving the journey from the acidic stomach to the gut. When we eat, our acidity levels rise and disrupt the process. We also recommend not taking our Probiotics with a hot drink as it can destroy the good bacteria.
As your gut is re-balancing, it is possible that you may experience mild symptoms, such as flatulence within the first few days.
There is no consensus on when it's best to take Probiotics, so take them when it's convenient for you. Avoid taking with hot drinks or caffeine as this can prevent absorption and increase excretion.