Ultra Maximum Probiotic Acidophilus
People take Ultra Maximum Probiotic Acidophilus to support digestive health and immune function.
Probiotic acidophilus is one of the most common forms of healthy bacteria for the body’s digestive and immune system. Our Vitamin World Ultra Maximum Probiotic Acidophilus supports a favorable environment for the absorption of nutrients, encourages intestinal microflora balance, and promotes the healthy functioning of the intestinal system. An imbalance of intestinal microflora may lead to inefficient digestion, but when taking this product, you receive 20 billion active cultures from a combination of lactobacillus acidophilus and B. Lactic for advanced digestive support.
- A healthy gut supports the immune system
- 20 billion active cultures per capsule
- One per day rapid release capsules
- Supplement Facts
- Serving Size 1 Capsule
- Amount Per Serving%Daily Value
- Proprietary Acidophilus Blend 100.9 mg ***
- Lactobacillus acidophilus, B. bifidum
- (Contains 20 billion active cultures at the time of manufacture)++
- ***Daily Value not established
- ++ 20 billion active cultures per capsule guaranteed at time of manufacture
TIPS AND TRICKS
Probiotics are for more than just your stomach! A healthy digestive track can help your body in effectively fighting colds, flus, viruses, and much more!
Q. How long do I have to take probiotics?
A. As long as you feel your body needs it! Many people who take probiotics for their digestion decide to take it all your round as the changing of the seasons can wreak havoc on the immune system, while the probiotics can help to balance that out.
Q. Is it OK to take a probiotic daily?
A. Absolutely! Your body will thank you for that. Probiotics are living microorganisms (the good ones) that when you digest will find a home in your gut. Probiotics, being alive, can also die off – this can happen from poor eating habits, antibiotic usage, bodily toxins, or just as simple as a poor digestive system. Taking a daily supplement of probiotics helps ensure that you are proliferating the good bacteria back in your system. A good balance in your gut is beneficial to your body’s ability to digest and absorb nutrients in your food and also has a positive impact on your immune system.
Q. Do probiotics make you poop?
A. Probiotics can help move along waste in your digestive tract, but it is not the same as taking a laxative. Some people have found that if, in the first two weeks of taking a probiotic, you experience diarrhea or frequent bowel movements they should taper off once your body gets adjusted to the probiotic. There are some probiotics that are high potency and contain specific bacteria that is helpful for colon health and all the lovely things that go along with that! If you find your probiotic is producing unusual or uncomfortable results, stop taking it and call your doctor.
Q. How do you know if a probiotic is working?
A. The main signs of your probiotic being effective is better digestive health and bowel movements and better immunity (fewer sicknesses).
Q. What do probiotics do?
A. Probiotics are friendly bacteria that maintain a healthy balance of bacteria in the gut, thus supporting a healthy digestive and immune system. This specific probiotic also contains cultures to support women’s health.
Q. When is the best time to take a probiotic?
A. It is helpful to take on an empty stomach, 30 minutes before breakfast or any meal.
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