Pharma Nord Bio Culture 60 Capsules

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 Pharma Nord Bio Culture 60 Capsules

  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Refrigeration not required
  • Food supplement manufactured under pharmaceutical control
  • Each capsule contains 4 billion live bacteria.
  • Presented as a hermetically sealed tube for added freshness.

Bio Culture 60 Capsules Ingredients:

Gelatin, lactobacillus acidophilus, bifid bacterium, animalist (cultured skimmed milk powder*), yeast extract, antioxidants: sodium ascorbate, monosodium, glutamate, stabilizer: sodium alginate, anti-caking agent: magnesium stearate, colour: titanium dioxide.

Bio Culture 60 Capsules Directions:

1 Capsule 3 times daily or as directed by a physician. Do not exceed recommended amount. Swallow whole.

Pharma Nord Bio-Culture 60 Capsules

What is Bio-Culture?
Acidophilus Probiotic with Lactobacillus complements the friendly bacteria in your stomach to aid digestion.

Each Bio-Culture capsule contains 4 billion live bacteria protected within a stomach resistant gel. Many probiotic supplements are unable to deliver viable bacteria to the small intestine. This is due to the stomach acid killing off the bacteria before reaching its destination. Bio-Culture capsules feature a special gel matrix that forms when the capsule dissolves in the stomach. As a result, the bacteria is not released until it has reached the small intestine – the point of absorption.

Do you ever get that awful 'holiday tummy' when traveling abroad? Help maintain your body's natural intestinal flora with Bio-Culture.

What are Probiotics?
Probiotics contain live bacteria that help maintain healthy functioning of the gastrointestinal tract. Lactic acid bacterial strains, Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium lactis are the most studied probiotics. Both of these probiotics are components of the natural intestinal flora.

Our Bio Culture contains both Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium lactis.

What do Acidophilus Probiotic and Lactobacillus do?
Bio-Culture increases the number of 'friendly' bacteria which then competes with the 'bad' bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract for nutrients, space and oxygen. The friendly bacteria produces chemical substances that inhibit the growth of bad bacteria whilst helping to support a healthy immune function.