advanced gut health probiotic women’s UTI
Specially formulated to help support urinary tract health!
15 Balanced Strains
advanced gut health probiotic women’s UTI is crafted with 15 strains in a balanced formula to help strengthen gut flora and support urinary tract and immune system health†, including the following species: L. fermentum for decreasing vaginal pH (1), L. jensenii, the most abundant strain in a woman’s vaginal ecosystem (2), L. gasseri to aid in decreasing vaginal pH (3), L. rhamnosus for assisting anti-microbial support against uropathogens (4), Lactococcus lactis for aiding healthy skin support (5), plus CRAN naturelle™ organic cranberry to help support urinary tract health.
Guaranteed 50 Billion Live Bacteria
advanced gut health probiotic women’s UTI is guaranteed to contain 50 billion live colony forming units (CFUs) – right up to expiry.
Plastic-Free Delayed-Release Capsule for Targeted Delivery
A vegan, plastic-free, delayed-release capsule with a fermented prebiotic ensures that the strains pass through the stomach acid, reaching the gut where they thrive, and delivering up to 10x the bacteria to the gut.
Free of Allergens
advanced gut health probiotic women’s UTI is triple-cleaned to ensure that only the heartiest and healthiest strains remain. Plus, advanced gut health probiotic women’s UTI is vegan and free of allergens like gluten, soy and GMOs.
No Refrigeration Required
advanced gut health probiotic women’s UTI is shelf-stable, with potency guaranteed right up to expiry.
- 15 balanced strains to promote gut & urinary tract health
- Guaranteed 50* billion live bacteria
- Clean and toxin-free
- Unique plastic-free delayed-release capsule for targeted delivery – delivers up to 10x the bacteria to the gut
*GUARANTEED 50 BILLION CFU AT EXPIRY. 125 BILLION CFU AT MANUFACTURE
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(1) Strus et al., 2012
(2) Demkin et al, 2017
(3) Zarate, et al.
(4) Strus et al., 2012 (5) Shim et al., 2016 & Bertuccini et al., 2017
(5) Kimoto-Nira et al., 2014