This probiotic is for those seeking a natural option. It contains Bifidobacterium lactis BB-12®, thought to be the most researched strain of the entire Bifidobacterium family, as well as 4g of Fructooligosaccharides for natural fibre.
- Vegetarian and vegan-friendly
- Gluten and yeast free
- Suitable during pregnancy
- SHELF STABLE – No refrigeration required, contrary to some other live cultures supplements, OptiBac selects strains that are naturally more robust within themselves so they do not require refrigeration
- This supplement is safe and gentle, and highly researched in thousands of people including pregnant women and older generations, and is proven to survive to reach the gut alive. Suggested for daily use, each sachet provides 5 billion live microorganisms guaranteed until end of expiry.
Prebiotic: Fructooligosaccharides (FOS); Standardised culture (Bifidobacterium lactis BB-12®, fructose); Anticaking agent: silicon dioxide.
Take 1 sachet initially and up to 4 sachets per day if required, with plenty of water.
- Adults and children (one year and over): Take one sachet daily with food, preferably with breakfast when stomach acidity is at its most neutral.
- For ongoing use: one sachet will often suffice but more can be taken as desired, or as professionally instructed.
- Shake the sachet, then slowly sprinkle contents into a glass of water and vigorously swirl to dissolve fully.
- Do not use a spoon as this may cause the sachet contents to clump. Drink plenty of water with this supplement.
- Do not exceed recommended daily dosage.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a healthy diet and lifestyle. Those with serious medical conditions should consult their doctor before use.
Like the rest of the OptiBac range, ‘Bifidobacteria & fibre’ does not require refrigeration. Store out of direct sunlight.
Live cultures are not recommended for those with serious medical conditions e.g. those who are severely immunosuppressed, have pancreatitis, are in the ICU, have melaena, have a central venous catheter, infants with short bowel syndrome, or patients with open wounds following major surgery; unless under a doctor’s care.