BioGI+™ (30 Capsules) - Natural Probiotics

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  Enjoy better digestive health and protection against    environmental toxins.
  A convenient and healthy way of consuming necessary    probiotics.
  Helps strengthen immune system.
  Helps prevent disease and improve overall health.
  Natural Ingredients.
  No Side Effects.
  Non-Addictive.

BioGI+™ (30 Capsules) - Natural Probiotics

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BioGI+™ is a new, plant based probiotic supplement that contains 11 different probiotics. Each capsule of BioGI+™ contains up to 27 billion high diversity probiotics. Studies have shown that probiotic supplements help support digestive health, strengthen the immune system and the circulatory system, and improve anti-inflammatory and cardiovascular function. Key Benefits: ‧ Helps fight against harmful bacteria ‧ Helps regulate human intestinal flora ‧ Helps improve immunity against flu and other epidemics ‧ Helps improve symptoms such as constipation and diarrhea ‧ Helps improve the efficiency of intestinal nutrient absorption ‧ Helps improve inflammatory or allergic conditions ‧ Helps improve digestion of lactose

How It Works

Benefits of Probiotic: "Probiotic" means "for life" Because probiotics contain nutrients that support life, they are extremely important for our health. To maintain a healthy intestinal flora, a healthy lower intestine should contain about 85% friendly bacteria. A probiotic supplement can support the development of healthy intestinal flora. It can help our ecosystem function properly, which may guard our bodies against harmful bacteria, yeast, and viruses. It may also stimulate the function of the digestive system and produce essential vitamins. Processed foods, or a diet high in red meat and fatty foods may alter the acid/alkaline balance of the intestines and lead to the overgrowth of disease causing bacteria. A probiotic supplement such as BioGI+ may help maintain the acid/alkaline balance in the intestine and prevent the growth of harmful bacteria, promoting digestive wellness. When the ratio of good to bad bacteria is lowered, problems may begin to arise. A probiotic supplement may regulate bacteria in the digestive tract. Taking good probiotic supplements may promote adequate levels of probiotics and lead to a good digestive system. Uniqueness: The BioGI+™ formulation contains a special blend of probiotics and prebiotic fiber designed to promote a healthy bacterial balance and overall health. Societal factors including cesarean deliveries, bottle feeding of infants, the overuse of antibiotics in agriculture and medicine, and the consumption of essentially sterile processed foods may lead to dysbiosis. Dysbiosis is an unhealthy balance of bacterial flora that can negatively impact the digestive system, immune system, and cardiovascular system, ultimately predisposing an individual to an assortment of health problems. Features: Evidence suggests that supplemental probiotics are useful for digestive support, immune/anti-inflammatory support, and cardiovascular support. Furthermore, because the overuse of antibiotics increases our vulnerability to disease and health problems, a probiotic supplement may help with chemical inhibition. It may help with the production of antibiotic like substances, which can impede the development of disease causing pathogenic microorganisms.
Lactobacillus acidophilus 
Bifidobacterium bifidum-B 
Lactobacillus casei-C 
Lactobacillus plantarum 
Lactobacillus rhamnosus
Lactobacillus lactis
Lactobacillus brevis
Bifidobacterium infantis
Streptococcus thermophilus
Lactobacillus sporogenes
Prebiotic Ingredient (Inulin)

Lactobacillus acidophilus 
L. acidophilus is a natural inhabitant of the human small intestine, mouth, and vagina.
Helps protect against overgrowth of pathological bacteria through competitive and chemical inhibition—they may help promote the growth of antibiotic-like substances
Helps provide relief from dairy intolerance
Helps provide relief from Candida infections and diarrhea
Helps provide relief from high cholesterol
Helps prevent acne
Helps lower LDL cholesterol
Helps prevent yeast infections
Helps boost the immune system

Bifidobacterium bifidum-B
B. bifidum is a natural inhabitant of the human intestine and vagina; it is a major component of the intestinal microflora.
Involved in the intestinal production of B vitamins.
Helps lessen the amount of toxic nitrates in the colon.
Protects against overgrowth of pathological bacteria through competitive and chemical inhibition.

Lactobacillus casei-C
L. casei is a transient, non-resident, bacteria found in the human digestive tract.
Helps protect against overgrowth of pathological bacteria through chemical inhibition
Helps provide relief from intestinal infections

Lactobacillus plantarum
L. plantarumis a transient, non-resident, bacteria found in the human digestive tract.
It helps protect against overgrowth of pathological bacteria through chemical inhibition.

Lactobacillus rhamnosus
L. rhamnosus is a transient, non-resident, bacteria found in the human digestive tract.
Helps protect against overgrowth of pathological bacteria through chemical inhibition
Helps provide relief from intestinal infections

Lactobacillus bulgaricus
L. Bulgaricus is a transient, non-resident, bacteria found in the human digestive tract.
Predigests the offending sugars and proteins in the digestive tract
Helps defend the body against invading pathogenic microbes
Protects against overgrowth of pathological bacteria through chemical inhibition
Helps provide relief from dairy intolerance and intestinal infections

Lactobacillus lactis
L. lactis is a transient, non-resident bacteria found in the human digestive tract.
It helps protect against overgrowth of pathological bacteria through chemical inhibition.

Lactobacillus brevis
L. Brevis is a transient, non-resident bacteria found in the human digestive tract.
Like other lactobacilli, L. brevis protects against overgrowth of pathological bacteria through competitive and chemical inhibition 

Bifidobacterium infantis
B. Infantis is a natural inhabitant of the intestines of human infants, especially in the small intestines of breast fed infants, and is found in small numbers in the human vagina.
Involved in the intestinal production of B vitamins needed for infant weight gain.
Helps reduce the amount of toxic nitrates in the colon
Helps protect against overgrowth of pathological bacteria through competitive and chemical inhibition

Streptococcus thermophilus
S. thermophilus thermophilus is a transient, non-resident bacteria found in the human digestive tract. It protects against overgrowth of pathological bacteria through chemical inhibition. Evidence indicates that supplementation with S. thermophilus helps provide relief from dairy intolerance.

Lactobacillus sporogenes
L.sporogenes exhibits the characteristics of both the general Lactobacillus and Bacillus. These organisms are encapsulated in spores and therefore are more resistant to heat; they are activated in the gut by hydrochloric acid, producing lactic acid bacteria. These desirable bacteria inhibit the putrid bacteria in the intestine, thereby maintaining the balance of intestinal flora.
Promotes therapeutic activities against diarrhea and constipation due to the production of lactic acid
Helps the pre-digestion of food and the production of Vitamin B
Production of lactic acid by the lactobacilli helps promote the bioavailability of nutrients
Helps the digestion of milk proteins
Helps guard against yeast colonies (Candida species) in the gastrointestinal and female genital tract

Prebiotic Ingredient: 
Jerusalem artichoke is a natural source of potassium and inulin. Inulin is an indigestible carbohydrate that promotes the growth of probiotic bacteria in the gut. Scientific research indicates that Jerusalem artichoke and FOS are useful supplements for bowel support, cardiovascular support, and mineral support.

1. What are probiotics?
Probiotics are microorganisms such as bacteria or yeast that are believed to improve health. They help keep intestinal linings healthy and assist in breaking down food. Probiotics help maintain a healthy balance of bacteria in the digestive tract. Nearly three-quarters of your immune system is located in our digestive tract, so when that balance is upset, our health may suffer as a result.
Probiotics are also believed to help regulate healthy immune response. They are available in supplements and foods.

2. Why do I need to take BioGI+?
Some people have damaged their intestinal linings because of illness, medication, stress, pollution, poor diet, or other causes and are not maintaining a consistently high level of good bacteria. Therefore, taking BioGI+ is recommended to help you protect your intestinal flora. BioGI+ should reinforce our immune system against allergies, flu symptoms and ear infection. 

3.  Is it important to include BioGI+ in a healthy diet? 
You can add BioGI+ to your diet through nutritional supplements or foods such as yogurt, fermented and unfermented milk, and some juices and soy drinks. Read product labels carefully, looking for a statement that contains "live and active cultures," such as lactobacillus.

4.  How many times a day I need to take BioGI+? 
As a health supplement purpose, taking one supplement capsule 20 minutes before breakfast or any time while on an empty stomach is recommended.

5. How long does it take to see results by taking BioGI+?
Our customers say that they typically see results 3-10 days after taking the first BioGI+ capsule. It is a pure, natural product, so it does take some time to get into your system, although results vary from one to another. 

6. What are some of the benefits that I may see by taking BioGI+?
It can help maintain normal healthy digestion and immune function, promote normal low levels of yeast, normal bowel function, and clear healthy skin. 

7. Does BioGI+ help on reducing acid reflux? 
Episodic constipation, diarrhea and/or gas & bloating are the most common reasons for taking BioGI+ as a nutritional supplement, while the bacteria will likely help with acid reflux as well. 

8. Can I take BioGI+, while I’m taking antibiotics?
Yes. In the word antibiotics, “anti” means against and “Biotics” mean life; therefore, this means antibiotics are against life. They kill all the harmful and friendly bacterium. Since you are killing everything in your body, you will need to add more friendly bacteria such as that contained in BioGI+ to help you restore the balance because you lose so much friendly bacterium.

9. Can nursing and pregnant women take BioGI+??
It should be fine, however, you should always consult your doctor before taking any supplement.

10. Can I take BioGI+ over long periods of time? 
Yes, absolutely. It is recommended that you should take BioGI+ for a long period of time to increase your wellbeing due to the fact that everything in BioGI+ is natural.

11. What are the ingredients in BioGI+? 
Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Lactobacillus lactis, Lactobacillus brevis, Bifidobacterium infantis, Streptococcus thermophilus, Lactobacillus sporogenes (Bacillus coagulans), Prebiotic Ingredient (Inulin), Jerusalem artichoke. All the ingredients are natural extracts from plants that benefit your immune system and body function.

12. How many capsules contained in one bottle of BioGI+? 
There are 30 capsules in one bottle of BioGI+.

13. Who needs BioGI+? 
Those with low immunity, who catch the flu easily, those that have problems with gastrointestinal discomfort ,flatulence, diarrhea, and constipation, those that have problems with allergies, nasal congestion, and dermatitis allergic disorders, those that have problems with loss of appetite or indigestion, those that suffer from malnutrition or abnormal intestinal fermentation and want better gastrointestinal health.