The Best Natural Probiotic Containing 10 Powerful Strains and 15 Billion per capsule
Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bacillus coagulans ProDURA™ plus 8 more effective good bacteria and added prebiotics
MicroBiotic Plus multi-strain probiotic supplement for fast resolution of gut health issues ...
15 billion probiotic good bacteria
in 10 resistant hardy strains
1. Lactobacillus acidophilus DDS-1 (2 billion)
2. Bifidobacterium lactis (2 billion)
3. Lactobacillus rhamnosus (2 billion)
4. Lactobacillus gasseri (2 billion)
5. Lactobacillus plantarum (2 billion)
6. Bacillus coagulans ProDura™ (1 billion)
7. Lactobacillus casei (1 billion)
8. Streptococcus thermophilus (1 billion)
9. Bifidobacterium longum (1 billion)
10. Bifidobacterium bifidum (1 billion)
Combined with prebiotic natural plant fibres
Inulin and Oligofructose
The prebiotics provide immediate food for the live friendly bacteria, making a unique synergistic synbiotic formula.
The combination supports a natural healthy microbial balance in your gut, helping to replenish good bacteria and allowing them to colonise strongly using the prebiotic nourishment.
10 effective 'good' bacteria
- Of multiple strains, as different bacteria have different roles in the gut
- Live when consumed and will pass, still alive, through the highly acidic stomach to reach the gut
- Develop new colonies of good bacteria that thrive in the gut
Why Bacillus coagulans ProDURA™?
Although this is an expensive strain of probiotic, we include Bacillus coagulans ProDURA™ because the US National Library of Medicine confirms:
"Bacillus coagulans is used for general digestion problems, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), Crohn's Disease, ulcerative colitis, a bowel disorder called Clostridium difficile colitis, excessive growth of bad bacteria in short bowel syndrome, and infection due to the ulcer-causing bacterium Helicobacter pylori."
Why add Lactobacillus gasseri?
The bacteria in your digestive system (your microbiome) directly influence the way your body absorbs nutrients from food, and how it uses those nutrients for energy.
With the right probiotic balance, more energy is produced from the food, and less is stored as fat. That helps us sustainably maintain a healthy weight, even when metabolism reduces as we get older.
Lactobacillus gasseri is s particular strain that has been proven effective in enhancing healthy weight control in many recent studies.
What is the best time to take a probiotic? >>
Taking a probiotic supplement can produce significant benefits – especially for women.
However, if you search for ‘best time to take a probiotic?’ there are VERY different opinions. So, we went to the logical expert source – the University of Nebraska library. Because this university has been researching probiotics – and the best strains – longer and more intensely than any other.
The basic answer is:
Take your probiotic just after a meal – either breakfast or dinner. Don’t take with a hot drink like coffee – and make sure the time is consistent each day.
But why this answer, when other internet sources say take on an empty stomach?
The Logic of Timing
The seeming logic of taking a probiotic on an empty stomach is that the stomach is less acidic then – and stomach acids can kill probiotics.
However, this misses the point that when you eat food, the stomach may indeed produce acid to aid digestion – but the acid is diluted (soaked up) by the food. So, the actual level of acid in the stomach is lower and the gut environment more hospitable.
Moreover, a study published in Beneficial Microbes shows probiotic supplements may be best taken with or after a meal containing fat. Why? Because fat helps keep the stomach less acidic, which ensures more bacteria from the probiotic supplements survive long enough to reach the large intestine.
There is another reason.
The hardiest strains of probiotic are called ‘spore-based probiotics’, of which Bacillus Coagulans ProDURA™ is a unique and particularly well-researched strain, with multiple health benefits. This type of probiotic has a strong acid-resistant outer shell and is better taken with or after food. As one expert puts it: “They use food to ‘hitchhike’ down to the large intestine”.
PS: Antibiotics, Anti-fungal medications and Butyrate
If you’re on antibiotics, don’t take probiotics at the same time. Because the “good bacteria” risk being killed off by the antibiotic treatment. However, it is definitely worth taking a probiotic after the end of the antibiotic course to support the repopulation of healthy gut bacteria.
Probiotics should also be taken separately from anti-fungal medications such as fluconazole, clotrimazole, itraconazole, ketoconazole and nystatin.
MicroBiotic Plus is based on the latest scientific research on the microbiome
Your microbiome is key to your physical and mental health.
The good bacteria do not just digest food and produce essential vitamins; they also strongly influence your immune system, 70% of which is, surprisingly, in your gut.
As the microbiome also includes bad bacteria (which can cause short-tem and long-term illness and disease), it's essential to have enough of a variety of good bacteria to fight the bad, and crowd them out.
Uni-Vite has been researching health supplements for 35 years. Only now do we think the science finally supports an intestinal or probiotic supplement to help support a well-balanced microbiome.
Each capsule contains 15 billion live probiotics of 10 strains including Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bacillus coagulans
Natural plant prebiotics inulin and oligofructose
Pack contains 60 freshness-sealed vegan capsules (normally 2 months’ supply), with a total of 900 billion probiotics
Vegan - Dairy-free - No refrigeration needed
From 22p per capsule
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We have been in business for over 30 years but this may be the first time you have dealt with us. If, for any reason whatsoever, the Microbiotic Plus supplement does not live up to your fullest expectations, simply call or email us, and we will give you an immediate full refund, including postage.