The Digestive Health AHR is a sachet containing our live bacterial cells, which improve digestive health such as reducing bloating and constipation.
~Significantly reduces constipation.*
~Reduces bloating and abdominal distention.*
~Maintains digestive system health.*
~Enhances healthy digestive system flora.*
~ Promotes good bacterial growth.*
Daily intake of 6.5 billion Lactobacillus decreased occurrence of constipation, hard lumpy stools, and increased defecation frequency from an average baseline of 3x per week to 5x per week.*
Daily intake of 10 billion Lactobacillus significantly alleviated symptoms of abdominal discomfort, incomplete evacuation, straining, and decreased minutes spent on the toilet.*
83% of clinical trial participants reported significantly reduced occurrence constipation.*
Feeling better yet?
biomiq digestive contains live and active forms of two clinically-validated microbial strains. The concentration of our formulation is not just made up numbers. Too few organisms are likely to be non-efficacious, and too many could make your symptoms worse!
Our formulation is based on peer reviewed scientific research. Therefore we know it works.
Add cells to water to re-animate.
Each 5g sachet provides 7-days worth of product and should be added to 150ml water.
Take 10-20ml daily.
Lactobacillus species, sodium chloride, raspberry flavour, stevia.
Lactobacillus spp. (SVT-08C1):
Lactobacillus spp. (SVT-04P1):
If symptoms persist consult your health professional.
Not to be used in children under 2 years of age without medical advice.
Drink plenty of water.
Do not use when nausea or vomiting are present, or if you develop diarrhoea.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, seek advice from a medical professional before taking this product.
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