NTS Health Bio-Bubble Probiotic 500ml

U-BU01##
0.62 kg
$12.00 $12.95
NTS Health Bio-Bubble Probiotic 500ml


Bio-Bubble contains 40 billion organisms per serve featuring over 200 strains of beneficial gut organisms, including acidophilus and bifidus (in live form).

NTS Health Bio-Bubble Probiotic 500ml

Bio-Bubble contains 40 billion organisms per serve featuring over 200 strains of beneficial gut organisms, including acidophilus and bifidus (in live form).

This is a fizzy, fermented liquid derived from the microbial digestion of eight organic cereal grains and several legumes including alfalfa and soybeans. Probiotics involve a numbers game where the aim is to overwhelm the 'bad' guys with the 'good' guys and you will see that the benefits can extend far beyond bio-balancing.

Benefits

  • Contains food-derived minerals, vitamins, fatty acids and antioxidants, all in biologically digested form.
  • Also includes free amino acids, enzymes and billions of beneficial gut organisms.
  • Digestion and good health are synonymous and many of us would benefit from boosting the biology responsible for digestion. Lacto-fermented foods have been the mainstay of of extended vitality for thousands of years in many cultures. Bio-Bubble represents a return to this tradition.

Ingredients

Malt, Organic Honey, Fresh Lemon Juice, Fermented Organic Grains and Legumes: Oats, Maize, Alfalfa Seed, BD Rice, Fresh Green Ginger, Linseed, Mung Beans, Rye Grain, Wheat, Millet, Buckwheat, Filtered Water Added.

No Artificial Colouring, Flavouring or Preservatives. Non-Dairy.

Contains Over 200 Strains of Beneficial Organisms: Lactobacillus acidophilus, delbreukii, caseii, bulgaricus, caucasicus, fermenti, plantarum, brevis, helveticus, leichmannii, lactis, bifidus (Bifidobacterium bifidum), Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Saccharomyces boulardii.

Recommended Usage

  • 50 to 150 mL per serve (per day)
  • Intensive bio-balancing may require up to three Litres per week (initially).
  • Ideal additive for baking bread - Use instead of water (up to 150 mL per loaf of bread).