OptiBac Probiotics For those on antibiotics
Optibac Probiotics For those on antibiotics contains two carefully selected, high quality strains of live microorganisms, which are extensively researched and scientifically proven to reach the gut alive, even during a course of antibiotics.
OptiBac Probiotics For those on antibiotics is a natural supplement containing two carefully selected, high quality strains of live microorganisms Lactobacillus acidophilus Rosell-52 and Lactobacillus rhamnosus Rosell-11, which are very well researched and clinically proven to survive stomach acidity and bile salts to reach the gut alive, even during a course of antibiotics.
For those on antibiotics provides 4 billion live cultures per capsule. It is free from sugars, fats and flavourings that may be found in other supplements and drinks containing live bacteria.
The two quality strains in this product have been scientifically tested and shown to be safe to take during a course of antibiotics.
Take For those on antibiotics during your antibiotics course as a natural and safe live cultures supplement.
Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and is free from gluten and yeast.
OptiBac Probiotics guarantees 4 billion live bacteria per capsule until the best before date.
No refrigeration necessary.
Can be given to adults and children (1 year and over) with the following recommendations:
– Take 1 capsule daily with food, preferably with breakfast, until antibiotics course is finished, and preferably for one week after, or as professionally directed.
– Continue taking until pack is completed and add a second pack if the antibiotic treatment lasts more than one week.
NB: For anyone unable to swallow capsules, the content of the capsule can be mixed with a cold meal or cold beverage.
Filler: potato starch; vegetarian capsule: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, titanium dioxide; Live cultures: (Lactobacillus rhamnosus Rosell-11, and Lactobacillus acidophilus Rosell-52); anticaking agent: magnesium stearate; antioxidant: ascorbic acid.
Each capsule provides 4 billion live cultures.
It is not recommended to give live cultures to patients who: are severely immunosuppressed, have pancreatitis, are in the Intensive Care Unit, have blood in the stool, have central venous catheters; or to post-surgical patients with open wounds, or infants with short bowel syndrome; unless under a doctorâs care.