ProbioticsImmune and Digestive Health
Probiotics are helpful bacteria that support
digestion and a healthy immune function
while producing active forms of B-vitamins.
Aging, stress, poor diet, alcohol and antibiotics can
deplete the probiotic cultures that inhabit a healthy gut.
Digestion Support Immune Health
PureBiotics™ Maxima Probiotics – 100 Billion CFU$59.99 – $107.99 PureBiotics™ Maxima is for those with more severe probiotic depletion, and combines 15 probiotic strains (100 billion active cultures per capsule at date of expiration). Its cultures are divided evenly between bifido and lacto strains.
PureBiotics™ Probiotics for Women$34.79 – $59.99 Pure Biotics ™ Women is for women of any age wanting maximum feminine support with 15 probiotic strains (50 billion active cultures) to support digestive, vaginal and urinary tract health and overall immune health.
PureBiotics™ Restore$28.79 – $44.39 PureBiotics™ Restore blends 12 probiotic strains (30 billion active cultures) to support digestion and a healthy immune system. Balance is 63% bifido (19 billion), 37% lacto (11 billion) cultures, ideal for offsetting normal depletion.
PureBiotics™ Restore 40+$32.39 – $52.79 PureBiotics™ Restore 40+ for those ages 40 and older and includes 15 probiotic strains (35 billion active cultures) to support digestion and healthy immune system. With 53% bifido and 47% lacto cultures it’s stronger than PureBiotics™ Restore
From The Inside Out
Maintaining Digestive Health
Restoring proper gut flora is a crucial but still largely misunderstood component of overall health. While antibiotics have lengthened our lifespan, our excessive use of these drugs may cause serious long-term consequences. While more people, especially those committed to a holistic lifestyle, are opting to avoid taking antibiotics, there still are times when we have no other option. While we hope to get by with using less, thereby limiting the number of good bacteria we kill off, we do not realize that it is also failing to completely kill off the infection which laid us low.
Don’t antibiotics just kill all of the probiotics? No, and even if they do it’s okay. According to several studies, probiotics don’t need to actually colonize the gut to be beneficial; even transient strains can provide therapeutic effects.
Healthy Immune Function
Recovering the number of flora found in a healthy gut is important but recovering the right balance of diversity is even more so. It is important to get a probiotic option which offers as many cultures as possible to prevent antibiotic-associated side effects and lower the risk of a gut infection or living probiotic culture depletion. Our probiotic digestive and immune support line is what you need for healthy digestion.