Your microbiome is made up of trillions of microscopic organisms living inside and on your body. These organisms are vital for your health. They regulate your immune system, provide energy to intestinal cells allowing you to absorb nutrients properly, support healthy digestion, and regulate your hormones, emotions, and mental health.
Sometimes the difficulties we face such as lack of sleep, stress, not eating the right foods, can take their toll on your microbiome.
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~ Enhances and supports microbiome flora*
~ Promotes healthy bowel movements and digestion*
~ Supports healthy immune system function*
~Improves general wellness and perceived quality of life*
*based upon peer reviewed clinical studies
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