There are hundreds of different bacterial strains in the human digestive system. Each strain has unique properties, Probio7’s multi-strain formulation combines the strains to encourage improved gut diversity.
Frequently Asked Questions
MOST POPULAR FAQS
1. WHY DOES PROBIO 7 CONTAIN A MULTI-STRAIN FORMULATION?
2. CAN I BREAK THE CAPSULE AND CONSUME THE POWDER?
If you have trouble swallowing the capsule, open capsule and consume the powder. This should work best if mixed with food or drink such as yogurt.
3. IS PROBIO7 VEGETARIAN OR VEGAN?
Our packs are clearly marked if they are suitable for Vegans. Probio7 Original is made with a beef gelatin capsule and is therefore not vegetarian or vegan. Advanced Formula, Ultra and Original Vegan are all suitable for vegan consumption.
4. CAN I HAVE THIS WHEN I’M PREGNANT?
Probio7 is formulated using natural ingredients which are generally considered safe. However, it is always preferable to seek medical advice when taking any food supplements during pregnancy.
6. I HAVE AN ALLERGY CAN I TAKE PROBIO?
Probio7 Original is dairy, wheat, yeast, gluten and GMO free. All allergens are clearly noted on the ingredients of each pack. Please note that Advanced formula, 50+ and Ultra contain a friendly yeast and are therefore not yeast free.
7. DO I NEED TO KEEP IT IN THE FRIDGE?
The 7 strains of probiotic in Probio7 do not need to be refrigerated. This is because they have been freeze dried. This process preserves the cell structures without damaging them and is commonly used for preserving food and medical supplies.
8. WHEN WILL I SEE AN EFFECT?
Every human digestive system is a completely unique environment. In addition to this, as Probio7 is formulated with entirely natural products the speed of effectiveness is different for everyone. We recommend taking for at least 14 days.
9. CAN I TAKE WHEN TAKING ANTIBIOTICS?
Although antibiotics are designed to kill bacteria, research has shown that some strains of probiotics are robust enough to survive in the human body when taken alongside antibiotics. Many of our customers take Probio7 supplements during and after a course of antibiotics.
10. ARE PROBIOTICS THE SAME AS PREBIOTICS?
Probiotics are related to, but not the same as, prebiotics. Prebiotics are fibres which stimulate the growth of probiotics. They act as a food source.