How does biomiq Daily help?

biomiq helps to eliminate bloating, relieve constipation, promote better immunity and increase wellbeing by replenishing your microbiome with health-promoting microbes.

What is biomiq?

biomiq contains living, clinically-validated species of bacteria demonstrated to enhance human health.
biomiq Daily is a live biotherapeutic product designed to rebalance the microbiome.

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What is the microbiome?

...and what does it have to do with your health?

Your microbiome is the collection of microbes living in your body.

They help to break down the foods you eat, regulate digestion, and support your immune system.

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Based on Scientific Evidence

Made in partnership with Australia’s leading microbiome research company, Servatus Ltd.

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Servatus carries out clinical trials for a range of chronic, autoimmune and infectious diseases using microbiome-based therapies.

How do I order?

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Subscription options starting at $29.99 for 25 daily doses.

Approximately $1.60 a day + p/h.
Delivery to your door usually takes
3-7 days after purchase.

*Supporting Scientific Literature

Lombardo et al. (2009) Clinical evaluation of Lactobacillus paracasei subsp. paracasei F19 with gluco-oligosaccharides in the short-term treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. Microbiology Ecology Health and Diseases 21: 28-32

Lahner et al. (2012) High-fibre diet and Lactobacillus paracasei B21060 in symptomatic uncomplicated diverticular disease. World Journal of Gastroenterology.

Chen et al. (2019) Differential effects of Lactobacillus casei strain Shirota on patients with constipation regarding stool consistency in China. Journal of Neurogastroenterology.

Kato-Katoaka et al. (2016) fermented milk containing Lactobacillus casei strain Shirota preserves the diversity of the gut microbiota and relieves abdominal dysfunction in healthy medical students exposed to academic stress. Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Ritchie & Romanuk (2012) A meta-analysis of probiotic efficacy for gastrointestinal diseases. PLoS ONE. 7: e34938.

Ouwehand (2017) A review of dose-responses of probiotics in human studies. Beneficial Microbes. 8 (2): 143-151. 

Sandler et al. (2000) Abdominal pain, bloating, and diarrhea in the United States: prevalence and impact. Digestive Diseases and Science. 45: 1166–71.