Go Healthy Go Probiotic 75 Billion 1-A-Day 30 Veggie Capsules
About Vitamins.co.nz Go Healthy Go Probiotic 75 Billion 1-A-Day
GO Healthy Go Probiotic 75 Billion 1-A-Day 60 Veggie Capsules offers a high strength, multi strained probiotic blend totalling 75 Billion live organisms, supplied in a convenient 1-A-Day dose. Each capsule provides a total of 12 superior and premium probiotic strains, including the clinically researched HOWARU Restore probiotic blend.
Supplied in a VegeCapsule using Delayed Release technology to ensure the probiotics survive the acidic stomach environment.
GO Probiotic 75 Billion is designed to restore and maintain healthy gut microflora, providing support for digestive health, immunity and protection against antibiotic and long term medication use.
- High strength 12 strain probiotic blend including key strain ATCC-SD5221
- Including clinically proven blend HOWARU Restore
- Shelf stable
- Delayed Release VegeCap technology to ensure probiotic survival
- Always read the label.
- Take only as directed.
Take 1 VegeCap daily.
Best taken with food. Or as directed by your Healthcare Professional.
Shelf stable - Can be kept in fridge or on shelf prior to opening. Once opened it is recommended to be refrigerated to extend life of cells.
Can it be taken during pregnancy?
GO Probiotic 75 Billion is safe during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Does this need to keep in the fridge?
Probiotic 75 Billion is clinically proven to be shelf stable up to 25degC. To maintain optimal effectiveness we suggest refrigerating all live probiotics after opening and using them before the expiry date on the bottle.
Is this product supplied in a vege capsules?
Yes! GO Probiotic 75 Billion HOWARU Restore is supplied in a Delayed Release VegeCapsule.
What are the benefits of the HOWARU restore blend?
HOWARU Restore is a unique blend of 4 probiotic strains. This unique blend has been proven through a high quality, double blinded, placebo controlled, human intervention trial to reduce the incidence of antibiotic-associated diarrhoea.