Serving size: 1 Capsule†
Servings Per Container: 30
- Daily probiotic support for gastrointestinal and immune health*
- Features a proprietary blend of 7 probiotic strains for 30 billion CFU at date of expiration
- This non-GMO, gluten-free, and vegetarian product supports a healthy intestinal environment*
- Contains NCFM, one of the most well-researched probiotic strains
What are probiotics?
There are over 3.8 trillion bacteria in the body, mainly residing in the intestines, but the benefits of probiotics, or “friendly” bacteria, extend far beyond the gut (Sender R et al. PLoS Biol. 2016;14(8):e1002533). The gut plays an active role in immune health. Some people may think probiotics work by directly impacting the gut composition, but it’s actually the interactions of the probiotics and the compounds they produce with immune cells, food and nutrients, and other microorganisms in the gut that impact health (ISAPP Infographic: “Probiotics: Dispelling Myths,” 2018).
Unhealthy diets, stress, and other factors can disrupt the body’s balance of “good” and “bad” microorganisms and affect digestive, urogenital, and immune health. A quality probiotic can help promote a healthy microbial balance to support multiple aspects of health.
Metagenics UltraFlora Balance: Daily probiotic support for gastrointestinal & immune health*
UltraFlora Spectrum provides multidimensional daily probiotic support for both the upper and lower GI tract for digestive and immune health. This concentrated formula supplies a proprietary blend of 7 beneficial probiotic strains.*
What can probiotics do for you?
A growing body of scientific studies points to the many ways probiotics may benefit overall health, and it goes beyond just supporting gut function.*
Although it is commonly believed that probiotics exert their benefits by directly impacting gut composition, it is the interactions of the probiotics and compounds they produce with immune cells, food substances, and microorganisms in the gut that potentially has the most impact on overall health (ISPP, January 2018).