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RestorFlora

Maximum Purchase: 6 units
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$43.00

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RestorFlora is a probiotic supplement that combines well-studied and widely-used probiotic strains Saccharomyces Boulardii, Bacillus Subtilis HU58, and Bacillus Clausii. This combination of probiotic yeast and bacteria offers comprehensive digestive flora support with an advanced, dual-action approach to maintain a healthy intestinal environment.

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Why I Love RestorFlora: from Bridgit

"RestorFlora includes a beneficial yeast that can help friendly bacteria repopulate the gut and decrease diarrhea. This is part of our gut reconditioning protocol that you can learn more about here." 

RestorFlora Supplement Facts

Serving size: 1 capsule
Servings per container: 50

Ingredients: Proprietary Probiotic blend (Saccharomyces boulardii: 5 billion CFU, Bacillus clausii: 1 billion CFU, Bacillus subtilis [HU58] 1 billion CFU)

Other ingredients: pharmaceutical grade cellulose and vegetable capsule (cellulose and water)

RestorFlora Suggested Usage

1-2 capsule per day with a meal, or as directed by your physician. Capsules may be opened to sprinkle contents on soft foods, water, juice, or other non-carbonated beverages for easy consumption.

RestorFlora Storage

Store in a cool, dry place, and avoid excess heat. Does not require refrigeration. Keep out of reach of children.

*Always ask your physician before starting this or any supplement protocol. The information on this page does not serve as medical advice. Although probiotics are generally well tolerated, these practitioner-grade products should be used with caution in elderly, immunocompromised, toxic and infected (including Lyme, Candida, GI) individuals. A strong die-off reaction is possible even at a low dose in these cases. Consult your physician prior to purchase.

"Probiotics are recognized for their long history of safe use. However, consumption in large amounts under immune-compromised state may raise several safety concerns." (source) "In 2011, a report was released by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) based on research sponsored by the National Institutes of Health and the FDA and conducted by the Southern California Evidence-based Practice Center reviewing the safety of probiotics. The authors of the report concluded that, although the existing probiotic clinical trials reveal no evidence of increased risk, 'the current literature is not well equipped to answer questions on the safety of probiotics in intervention studies with confidence.'” (source)

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