Ancient Nutrition SBO Probiotics Women's 90 Capsules | Supports Healthy Gut Function
Probiotics have a host of benefits to overall health, but are best known for supporting digestive health. Ancient Nutrition SBO Probiotic Women's contains over 25 billion CFU's of 17 different strains of probiotics. This was formulated specifically for women.
Ancient Nutrition SBO Probiotics Women's Features
- Helps Balance Friendly Bacteria in Your Digestive System
- Probiotics Help Prevent Diarrhea
- May Help or Reduce Symptoms of Digestive Disorders
- Over 25 Billion CFU's
- 17 Different Probiotic Strains
- Formulated Specifically for Women
- Supports Healthy Digestion and Regularity
How Do Probiotics Work?
Probiotics are made up of good bacteria which help keep your body working properly. Good bacteria helps fight off bad bacteria. While probiotics are probably best known for supporting digestive health, they actually have a lot of overall health benefits.
Take a single capsule per day with water or beverage of your choice. This supplement may be taken with or without food. Refrigeration is recommended for longer shelf life but is not required.
Ancient Nutrition SBO Probiotics Women's Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 3 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30
Organic Fermented Botanical Blend 1g
Organic Amla Berry, Organic Chasetree Berry, Organic Dong Quai Root
SBO Women Probiotic Blend 670mg (25 Billion CFU)
Saccharomyces boulardii, Bacillus coagulans, Bacillus clausii, Bacillus subtillis
Organic Ashwagandha Root and Leaf Extract 250mg
Organic Mushroom Blend 150mg
Organic Purple Corn, Organic Turkey Tail Mycelium, Shiitake Mycelium, Organic Reishi Mycelium, Organic Maitake Mycelium.
*Daily Value (DV) not established
Other Ingredients: Hypromellose, organic apple cider vinegar.
Consult with your healthcare provider before using this product. Store in a cool dry place. Do not use if this product has been opened or tampered with in any way. Keep out of reach of children.
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