You may not be eating fermented foods containing probiotics in your diet
Contains probiotics that are friendly for the digestive system*
As we age, the composition of microflora in the digestive system can become altered
Your body is home to 38 trillion microorganisms that help keep you healthy.*1 Different areas of the body, such as the skin, digestive tract, and mouth, have different communities of microorganisms and their own unique microbiomes. The digestive tract has the highest density of resident microorganisms and is the most studied.1
The roles these microorganisms play is as diverse as they are. Just like vitamins and minerals play different roles in your health, different types of probiotics have different benefits. Some probiotic products provide a blend of different strains similar to a multivitamin. Other products take a more targeted approach by providing just one strain akin to taking a letter vitamin.
Did you know? Foods fermented with friendly bacteria have been used for thousands of years. Historically, Ancient Egyptian and Middle Eastern civilizations used fermentation as a method of preserving foods.2
Take with food and plenty of water
Morning pack: Take with or after breakfast
Evening pack: Take with a late afternoon snack or dinner
Bedtime pack: Take about an hour before going to bed
Probiotics are friendly bacteria that provide benefits by supplementing the microbes naturally living in your body. Probiotics are a diverse category with a wide variety of potential health benefits depending on the type used.
Acidophilus is a type of probiotic naturally found in the healthy human digestive tract. Each serving of Puritan’s Pride® Probiotic Acidophilus provides a mixture of probiotics including Lactobacillus acidophilus LA-14, Lactobacillus bulgaricus Lb-87, Lactobacillus salivarius Ls-33 and Bifidobacterium bifidum SD-5857. These capsules deliver friendly bacteria for the digestive and immune systems.*
1. Probiotics. International Scientific Associated for Probiotics and Prebiotics. https://isappscience.org/for-consumers/learn/probiotics/. 2. Khalesi S, Bellissimo N, Vandelanotte C, Williams S, Stanley D, Irwin C. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2019;73(1):24-37