Acidophilus Support healthy immune function This probiotic plays a key role in supporting the health of the small intestine. New Earth’s Acidophilus (Lactobacillus acidophilus DDS-1 strain) is the small intestine’s super balancer. Without proper cleansing, the small intestine can accumulate harmful byproducts that impair natural digestive function. Our formula contains a single strain of beneficial bacteria, uniquely designed to help the body process food efficiently and eliminate waste. Each two-capsule serving supplies over 3 billion viable Lactobacillus acidophilus cells at the time of manufacture, plus 170 mg of Bluegreen Body to help nourish the acidophilus, further promoting intestinal health.
Bifidus Keep your colon healthy Bifidobacterium bifidum creates a favorable environment for the growth of “good bacteria” in the large intestine. The all-important presence of good intestinal flora not only promotes efficient digestion, it can also help inhibit gas and bloating.* Simplexity Health’s Bifidus is freeze-dried and manufactured in powder rather than liquid form to help preserve & retain the viability & effectiveness of the bacterial organisms. Microblended with 85 mg of Bluegreen Body, each serving (2 capsules) provides at least 3.0 billion viable Bifidobacterium bifidum colonies at the time of manufacture.
Spectrabiotic The best probiotic blend available This formula was created through the joint efforts of respected food scientist Dr. Khem Shahani & enzyme specialist Viktoras Kulvinskas. Twelve key “good bacteria” are microblended with Bluegreen Body, providing the entire digestive tract with superb probiotic support.* At the time of manufacture, each single-capsule serving of Spectrabiotic contains at least 825 million L. acidophilus organisms & 495 million B. bifidum organisms, as well as six other key beneficial bacteria, for a total colony count of approximately 3.3 billion viable colonies per serving. Spectrabiotic also contains Jerusalem artichoke & an acerola and rose hips blend, ingredients that contribute to the growth of friendly bacteria in the digestive tract.