OptiBac Probiotics One week flat is a unique blend of 4 strains of live cultures, which have different properties, and are all scientifically proven to survive the stomach acidity and bile salts to reach the gut alive.
Having an imbalance of good and bad bacteria in the gut may be associated with various digestive health conditions such as bloating.
This carefully selected formula is guaranteed to provide a daily dose of 5 billion live cultures, such as Lactobacillus acidophilus Rosell-52 and Lactococcus lactis Rosell-1058. The natural bacteria in this product is combined with Fructooligosaccharides fibres (FOS 0.3g).
In addition to this, One week flat contains no artificial colourings or flavourings that may be found in other foods and supplements containing live cultures.
Choose One week flat as your short term, high quality course of live cultures.
Stabiliser: maltodextrin (natural source); Fructooligosaccharides (FOS 0.3g); Live cultures: (Lactococcus lactis Rosell-1058, Lactobacillus casei Rosell-215, Lactobacillus acidophilus Rosell-52 and Bifidobacterium bifidum Rosell-71).Each sachet provides 5 billion live cultures and 0.3g Fructooligosaccharide fibres.
Direction for Use
OptiBac Probiotics One week flat can be given to adults and children (4 years & over) with the following recommendations: - Take one sachet daily with food, preferably with breakfast, for 7 consecutive days or as professionally directed.- Can be taken as a 7 day course once a month or more frequently if desired.OptiBac Probiotics may be used on an ongoing basis.For best results when mixing: 1.Pour an inch of cold water into a tall glass, shake sachet and gently sprinkle in the powder.2.Leave powder to settle on the surface of the water - it will dissolve naturally.3.Vigorously swirl the water around in the glass.
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 doctor’s care.