Blackmores Digestive Bio Balance provides a clinically researched probiotic that offers a simple way for the family to support digestive health and top up friendly bacteria every day.
- Provides a clinically trialled dose of one of the worlds most well researched probiotics Lactobacillus reuteri (Protectis)
- Utilises ActiveSure technology so there is no need for refrigeration
- Supports digestive health and wellbeing and may help promote healthy gastrointestinal function
- Tops up friendly bacteria in your digestive system
- May be of benefit in times of occasional digestive upset
- May support digestive health during the use of medications which may disrupt gut bacteria
- Suitable for use by the whole family (over 2 years)
Adults and children over 2 years – Chew or crush 1 tablet once a day, or as professional prescribed.
There is a constant battle going on in your digestive system between good and bad bacteria. Unfortunately factors such as poor diet, alcohol intake, excessive stress, and the use of certain medications may disrupt the balance and may cause uncomfortable digestive upsets.
Blackmores Digestive Bio Balance is a probiotic that provides a clinically trialled dose of one of the worlds most extensively researched good bacteria Lactobacillus reuteri (Protectis). Lactobacillus reuteri naturally belongs in the human intestinal tract and is a natural component of some women’s breast milk.
Lactobacillus reuteri (Protectis) has been clinically trialled and at a dose of 2 per day has been shown to survive passage and colonise throughout the gastrointestinal tract where it may help promote healthy gastrointestinal function and support digestive health. Blackmores Digestive Bio Balance can be used daily to contribute to the good bacteria in your digestive tract.
Blackmores Digestive Bio Balance utilises ActiveSure technology, a stability enhancement system designed to ensure maximum protection of the friendly bacteria without the need for refrigeration. The friendly bacteria are in a dormant state (freeze-dried) and become metabolically active and begin their movement through the digestive tract shortly after ingestion.