Desbio BioPro 30 Probiotic 30 capsules


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BioPro 30 contains a blend of 5 select probiotic strains in an acid-resistant capsule to support intact delivery to the intestinal tract. The probiotic strains in BioPro 30 were specifically selected based on their stability and positive effects on digestive function, immune system health, and balance of healthy intestinal flora.

Superior Stability and Absorption

Did you know that the survival rate of probiotic organisms in most supplements can be less than 10%? Many probiotics are sensitive and require constant refrigeration to remain viable. Even if these sensitive organisms do survive in the bottle, they are often destroyed by the harsh acidic environment of the stomach when ingested, never making it to the intestinal tract. The probiotic strains in BioPro 30 were specifically selected based on their durability and survival in a wide variety of conditions and temperatures. This shelf-stable formula helps guarantee they will retain their potency when stored at room temperature. In addition, BioPro 30 uses an advanced acid-resistant capsule, the latest in probiotic encapsulation technology, which helps protect these sensitive organisms from gastric acids so they are able to reach the intestinal tract and flourish.

Lactobacillus acidophilus – Found naturally in the human mouth and digestive tract, this “staple” probiotic has numerous known functions on supporting human health. L. acidophilus assists in the breakdown of food in the digestive tract, producing lactic acid and hydrogen peroxide that create an acidic, unfriendly environment for harmful organisms. Intake of L. acidophilus may promote a favorable environment in the human intestinal tract and reproductive systems by helping prevent the proliferation of candida and other unfriendly microbes. L. acidophilus also produces the enzyme lactase and may support digestion of dairy products in patients intolerant to lactose.

Bifidobacterium lactis – A powerful, transient probiotic strain, B. lactis has been shown to be beneficial in both digestive and immune function. B. lactis may help increase resistance to colds and flus as well as support control of upper respiratory allergies.

Bifidobacterium breve – This non-motile bacteria promotes a favorable intestinal environment due to its unique ability to compete with other pathogenic organisms like Candida and E. coli. B. breve is a champion among probiotic strains at breaking down many types of challenging foods, even certain plant fibers considered to be non-digestible. B. breve supplementation is showing to be an effective means for controlling symptoms of gastrointestinal and digestive disturbances.

Lactobacillus casei – This health-promoting strain helps diminish the proliferation of harmful microbes by both competing for resources and secreting lactic acid to lower the intestinal pH. L. casei has been used in inflammatory bowel disease patients to help control the inflammation caused by pathogenic bacteria.

Lactobacillus plantarum – Some of the most interesting research on this probiotic strain is focusing on its benefits for soy-related allergies. In soy-allergic patients supplementing with both fermented and non-fermented soy, L. plantarum enabled the greatest reduction in immunoreactivity to soy products. L. planatarum has also been shown to help reduce symptoms of gastrointestinal discomfort and help prevent yeast overgrowth with antibiotic use.