Culturelle Health & Wellness Probiotic Vegetarian Capsules 30 ea
Building a Foundation for Better Core Health
New & ImprovedaBoosts your immune system*
- Improves digestive health*
- Restores the natural balance of good bacteria in your digestive tract*
All natural dietary supplement with Lactobacillus GG 10 Billion CFU's
Protect your Core Health everyday with Culturelle®
We all know that eating well and exercising regularly are fundamental to optimal health. But are you taking care of your core? Core health begins in the core of your body- the intestinal tract where 70% of your immune system resides.
Diet, stress, travel and even some medications encourage bad bacteria to flourish in your intestinal tract upsetting the natural balance. When bad bacteria outnumber good bacteria, your digestive and overall health is open to a host of potential concerns. Culturelle contains Lactobacillus GG- the most researched probiotic in the world with over 400 clinical studies proving its efficacy. It safely and naturally replaces the bad bacteria in your digestive tract with good bacteria leading to improved core health- healthier digestion and a stronger immune system.*
Certificate of Purity & Potency
Lactobacillus GG was discovered in 1985 at Tufts University in Boston, MA by Dr. Sherwood H. Gorbach and Dr. Barry R. Goldin. Considered to be the premier probiotic in the world, Lactobacillus GG has been the subject of more than 250 scientific studies.
Not all probiotics are the same; to provide a beneficial effect, a probiotic must meet specified levels of purity and potency at time of use. The Gorbach Goldin Institute (GGI) has been established to assure that products meet these high standards. Only products that carry the GGI seal have been certified as containing Lactobacillus GG that meets these high standards of purity and potency.
Safe and appropriate for infants and children.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.