About the Probiotic
Microbiome Plus+ Gastrointestinal probiotic is a more complete gastrointestinal health dietary supplement that provides natural prebiotic fiber (scFOS) and the probiotic L. reuteri NCIMB 30242 which work together to maintain the balance of healthy bacteria in your gut and support normal digestive function.* The probiotic in Microbiome Plus+ Gastrointestinal has been shown in clinical trials to help support normal inflammatory response in addition to supporting digestive health.* scFOS is a natural prebiotic fiber that supports a healthy gastrointestinal tract by promoting digestive function, immune health, the growth of healthy bacteria, natural intestinal mechanical barriers, and gut integrity.* Microbiome Plus+ Gastrointestinal combines these two ingredients to provide more complete gastrointestinal health support.* Not only does scFOS support digestive function but as a prebiotic helps L. reuteri NCIMB 30242 to support normal gastrointestinal function.
My Take on the Probiotic
A few months ago I got very sick and as a part of this my primary care physician told me I needed to start taking Probiotics like this product. That being said I started trying them. When I had the chance to try this I was impressed with how quickly this worked and after a few days I found that I was feeling better, less fatigued and more energized. What this does is get your stomach back on track. It puts the right bacteria back in your gut so that you can eat and not feel like you are going to have issues, cramping, gas or other issues that typically come with having a stomach out of sync with the rest of your body.
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