Probiotics, EFA, Other

What is a Probiotic?

A probiotic is a "live microorganism that when administered in adequate amounts confer health benefits."

Probiotic bacteria are necessary for normal gut function and help maintain a healthy digestive system. Frendly bacteria occur naturally in the digestive tract. Probiotic supplements replenish the good bacteria back into the gut.

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  • Fibreboost®

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    FibroBoost® contains SEANOL®-F, a patented powerful extract derived from a specific species of brown seaweed Ecklonia cava...

  • Fish Oil

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    Provides high potency DHA-EPA (omega 3) fatty acids that help maintain a healthy heart and circulation and supple and flexibl...

  • Pill crusher

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    Pill crusher will split tablets or crush them.  This item also includes a handy storage area and a dose cup.  

  • Gluten-Gest

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    Summary of possible benefits of Gluten-Gest Helps digestion proteolytic-resistance antigenicgliadin peptide fragments M...

  • Krill Oil

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    Size: 60 Capsules Potency: 500mg Krill are the most bioeffective natural sources of beneficial Omega 3 fatty acids EPA/...

  • Saccharomyces boulardii

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    A probiotic, non-colonizing yeast species closely related to Brewer's yeast and not related to the yeast group to which Candi...

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