The Case for Probiotics & Prebiotics
The human digestive tract plays host to a huge number of diverse, naturally occurring
bacteria; an estimated 100 trillion line the intestinal tract alone.
Most of these bacteria are not harmful; they actually
work together to ensure proper digestion and well-being. Occasionally, factors such as stress, poor diet,
antibiotics, and even lack of sleep disrupt the healthy
balance of good versus bad bacteria. Results can be
uncomfortable, and sometimes even life-threatening!
In order to maintain good digestive and immune health,
a growing number of people are adding probiotic
supplements to their daily health regime.
Simply stated, probiotics are the “friendly” bacteria
that help restore balance in your intestinal tract.
Prebiotics are the dietary ;bers that help nourish the
good probiotics and stimulate their growth. A dietary
supplement that’s formulated with both probiotics and
prebiotics offers the optimal win-win solution!
Choosing a truly effective probiotic
With so many probiotic blends and brands to choose
from, selecting one can be challenging. Not all
probiotic strains are created equal … and not all
probiotic formulas are properly produced to provide
the best possible bene;ts. It’s recommended that you
choose a trusted probiotic brand from a trusted source.
Trust a leader in the ;eld
trunature® Digestive Probiotic is produced under
strict manufacturing guidelines and laboratory tested to
ensure the highest degree of safety, ef;cacy, and stability.
trunature® Digestive Probiotic, now with prebiotic
;ber, the perfect balance of nature and science.
trunature® benefits at a glance
• Delivers 10 billion CFUs in just one
capsule a day, more live cultures than
the most widely advertised brand
• Features L. acidophilus and B. lactis
strains, long clinically proven to
support digestive and immune health
• Individually blister-packed; protects
against heat, light, and moisture
• Improved formula, now with
• 100% dairy, soy and gluten free
At minimum, read the label to get a clear indication of
its usage; identify the strains and the number of colony-forming units (CFUs) in each dosage. Select quality
strains that are extensively researched and whose
bene;cial effects are well established. Live bacteria
count should be prominently shown on the package
and measured in CFUs.