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The use of probiotics as bio-therapeutic agents is commonplace in the US and around much of the world. Probiotics are typically delivered in relatively low-dose functional foods (primarily yogurts) providing a few billion colony forming units (CFU) or less; or in modest doses, in the form of dietary supplements of 5-25 billion CFU. Over the past several years, an emerging trend has witnessedmuch higher doses of probiotics being used in clinical practice and research.
The initial focus of the clinical research on high-dose probiotics has been primarily on functional GI disorders such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and antibioticassociated diarrhea (AAD). These conditions represent extreme examples of dysbiosis and dysfunction within the mucosal immune system of the gut; a system which is integrally associated with the microflora of the gut lumen. For a complete review of high dose probiotic use in clinical practice, please visit the Point Institute of Nutraceutical Research at www.pointinstitute.org.
SUGGESTED USE: As a dietary supplement, 1 packet per?day or as recommended by your healthcare professional.
If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your physician before taking this product. Probiotics are considered very safe with no known adverse affects. Some changes in the stool may be noted and occasionally some people notice a temporary increase in digestive gas.
PRObiotic 225 takes probiotic potency to the next level for your most challenging cases. Each extra-strength packet is guaranteed to have 225 billion cfu's at the time of expiration. PRObiotic 225 is formulated to travel easily and requires no refrigeration to retain maximum potency.
PRObiotic 225 is a multistrain probiotic and each strain has been specially selected for it's unique metabolic activity and ability to support normal intestinal ecology.
Strength and durability are key elements of probiotic efficacy. The hardy strains chosen for PRObiotic 225 have been researched and verified to survive the harshness of the GI environment and withstand a variety of pH ranges.
Probiotic usage for optimal G.I. health is very common. Most probiotics are delivered in relatively low-dose food preparations (primarily yogurts) providing minimal colony forming units (CFU). Recently, an emerging trend in clinical research has begun to establish the benefit of consuming higher doses of probiotics for severe G.I. and Immune distress.
PRObiotic 225 delivers 225 billion CFU making it one of the most potent bio-therapeutic agents available. It is ideally suited for the most challenging G.I. cases that call for high-dose probiotic intervention.
New Research New Approach
Recent in vitro research has shown that significantly increasing probiotic concentrations, elicits a much different immune response in the G.I. tract. By increasing the concentration well beyond typical probiotic dosing, a positive shift in gene expression was observed.