What is important when looking for a probiotic supplement?

First, it should be stable and have a reasonable shelf life. This means the bacteria should be in a dry, suspended state, or if live and active, they should be refrigerated.

Second, the bacteria must be able to survive the stomach acid so that it can get to the less acidic intestines to grow and provide you with its symbiotic benefits. This means it must be in a form that doesn’t allow the release of the bacteria until after it has passed through the stomach. This usually means it must be in a capsule.

Third, it should contain a blend of healthy bacteria that are typically found in a healthy gut. One single species does not represent the diversity required for optimal function.

When you think about the number of bacteria, (estimated to be 10 times the number of cells in the body, or around 10 trillion organisms), you begin to see that getting a healthy, consistent dose over time is critical to having an influence on your gut. A healthy person should get at least 5 billion bacteria delivered live to the intestines, preferably daily, such as those found in PB Assist+.

PB Assist+ Primary Benefits:
Primary Benefits
• Promotes a positive balance and proliferation of beneficial bacteria*
• Maintains healthy intestinal microflora balance*
• Supports healthy functioning of the digestive and immune systems*
• Supports the health of the GI tract, particularly the intestines and colon*
• Helps support optimal metabolism and absorption of food*
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.



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