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Nutridom Multi Probiotics, 40 Billion CFU (60 Veggie Capsules)

Nutridom Multi Probiotics, 40 Billion CFU (60 Veggie Capsules)

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  • 100% Vegan Formula
  • Non-GMO, No Artificial Ingredients
  • No Artificial Flavour and Sweetener
  • Free of Gluten, Dairy, Soy, Corn, Wheat, and Eggs
  • NPN 80071438
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Medicinal Ingredients (per 2 capsules):
Lactobacillus casei (HA-108)……………………..7.0
Lactobacillus rhamnosus (HA-111)…………..7.0
Bifidobacterium breve (HA-129)……………….5.0
Bifidobacterium longum (HA-135)……………5.0
Lactobacillus paracasei (HA-108)……………….4.0
Bifidobacterium bifidum (HA-132)……………3.0
Lactobacillus acidophilus (HA-122)…………..2.0
Bifidobacterium animalis (HA-194)………….2.0
Lactobacillus plantarum (HA-119)……………..2.0
Lactobacillus fermentum (HA-179)……………2.0
Lactobacillus salivarius (HA-118)……………….2.0 (A minimum of 40 Billion CFU guaranteed at expiry date. A minimum of 66 Billion at time of manufacture).

Non-Medicinal Ingredients:
Fructooligosaccharide, Silica/e, Hypromellose


Recommended Use:
Source of Probiotics.
Helps support intestinal, gastrointestinal health.
Could promote a favorable gut flora.


Recommended Dose:
Adults: 1 Capsule 2 times per day.

Cautions and Warnings:
If you have fever, vomiting, bloody diarrhoea or severe abdominal pain, consult a health care practitioner prior to use. If symptoms of digestive upset (e.g. diarrhea) occur, worsen, or persist beyond 3 days, discontinue use and consult a health care practitioner.
Do not use if you have an allergy to dairy or soy product.


Benefits to the Gut:

Generally when we refer to the ‘gut’ as a collective we tend to think of our abdominal area only. However, the gastro-intestinal tract or GI tract actually begins in the mouth and ends at the exit point, the anus. For our purposes let’s focus on the small intestine and large intestine since that’s where the majority of probiotics have their most beneficial effects.

In the whole GI tract there are over 100 000 billion bacteria. Different species in different numbers populate the gut. This is why it can be beneficial to change your probiotic on occasion because there is so much variety.

This helps us understand why giving a probiotic or eating fermented foods makes a difference, because there’s enough to replenish and encourage growth of good bacteria. Also, the small intestine is approximate 20 feet long, so it houses about 95% of the bacteria that live in our intestines. The large intestine on the other hand is only 4 feet long, but because things are moving much slower through the large intestine the bacteria layer in the mucosa can be up to 200 cells thick, compared to 1 cell thick in the small intestine.

Benefits of Probiotics

Infants and Probiotics:
Atopic conditions like eczema have become much more of a problem over the past few decades in children. In some of the studies they looked at if intervening with probiotics at an early age could reduce the incidence of atopic conditions. The outcome of most of these interventions was either a moderate or significant reduction in symptoms of atopic skin issues.

Probiotics and Antibiotics:
More people are aware these days that we should take probiotics when we take an antibiotic. One of the downsides of an antibiotic is that it kills all bacteria; it doesn’t distinguish between types of bacteria. Therefore antibiotics have an overall impact on the ‘good’ bacteria as well, and one of the best ways to help replenish those bacteria is to use a probiotic. Studies have shown that taking a probiotic following an antibiotic helps to reduce dysbiosis, which is an imbalance or overgrowth of bacteria in the gut.

Gut/Brain connection:
One of the newer areas of study that’s been getting a good deal of attention is the impact that a healthy gut can have on our mood. More studies are coming out showing a positive impact of probiotics and healing the gut on issues such as depression, and anxiety.


Q: When Should I Use This Product?

A: If you have taken an antibiotic recently, it is generally beneficial to take a probiotic. Even a short course of antibiotics can affect the health of the gut microbiome. Some research has also been shown to support the immune system, and may reduce the risk of certain upper respiratory tract infections. There are different thoughts about when and how it is best to take a probiotic. If you don’t have specific directions from your healthcare provider, then probably consistency is most important over worrying too much about timing.

Q: Who Can Benefit?

A: Generally speaking most healthy children and adults can benefit from using a probiotic. Research about the benefits of probiotics is for: infants, mood, digestion, gastrointestinal issues, certain skin issues, and re-establishing a healthy gut after antibiotics, as well as others. However, you may need to take additional precautions if you have an autoimmune condition or compromised immune system.

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    Your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you don’t love our supplement, we offer a 100% refund or exchange, no questions asked. You do not even have to return the empty bottles.