Probactiol Plus Protectair 60 capsules

£34,59
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Indication

Dietary supplement with live bacteria for a healthy intestinal tract and immune system.

Use of Probactiol Plus Protectair

It is enough to take 1 capsule per day. The timing isn't very important (preferably during / with the meal). The living bacteria in Probactiol® Plus are resistant against gastric acid and bile salts. They survive very well in the stomach while eating.

Practically it is recommended to take Probactiol® Plus in the morning with a glass of water when having breakfast. Probactiol® Plus is tasteless. If desired, the capsule can be opened and the powder can be mixed with yoghurt for example. When antibiotics are being used, it is appropriate to take Probactiol® Plus at least 2 hours after taking antibiotics.

Ingredients Probactiol Plus Protectair

Ingredients per capsule:
Lactobacillus acidophilus NCFM = 12.5 billion living bacteria
Bifidobacterium lactis Bi-07 = 12.5 billion living bacteria
Blackberry- and leaf extract (Rubus fruticosus) 50 mg
Vitamin D 2.5 mcg 50% *.
Other ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate
1 capsule contains 25 billion living bacteria
*%RI = Reference Intake

Side effects of Probactiol Plus Protectair

Probactiol Plus has no known side effects.

Warning

Probactiol® Plus can be used starting from 12 years. For children under 12 there is a custom Probactiol® Junior.

This is a nutritional supplement. Don't exceed the recommended daily dose per day specifying the packaging / leaflet. A nutritional supplement can not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep the supplement out of the reach and sight of children.
£34,59
£31,13

Buy Probactiol Plus Protectair

You can order Probactiol Plus Protectair by Metagenics, produced by METAGENICS BELGIUM , in United Kingdom at FARMALINE by visiting the collection Probactiol Plus Protectair or the following category:
Health & Well-Being > Intestinal Problems > Colonic Flora