UltraBiotic Pregnancy Care
Pre- and Postnatal Probiotic Support
Serving Type: Capsule
Available In Sizes: 30 capsules, 60 capsules
An innovative, high dose, broad spectrum probiotic blend to support women and their babies during and after pregnancy. UltraBiotic Pregnancy Care contains probiotic organisms that support the maintenance of a healthy digestive, urogenital and immune system.[1-12] Maternal intake of probiotics during pregnancy and breastfeeding may also influence infant growth patterns, microbiota development[33-35] and decrease the incidence of mild atopic dermatitis/allergy symptoms in children in the first years of life.[6-8,36-38]
- Seven probiotic strains and 35 billion CFUs!
- In conjunction with dietary counselling, probiotics may help to maintain normal healthy glucose levels in normoglycaemic women during and after pregnancy.
- Contains L. rhamnosus, which can influence the microbiota development in infants when given to pregnant women in late pregnancy and during breastfeeding.[33-35]
- Maternal ingestion of probiotics may have a positive effect on infants’ health, including decreasing the incidence of mild atopic dermatitis/allergy symptoms in children in their first years of life.[6-8,36-38]
|Lactobacillus fermentum (CUL 67)||5 billion CFU*|
|Lactobacillus gasseri (Lg-36)||5 billion CFU|
|Lactobacillus plantarum (CUL 66)||5 billion CFU|
|Lactobacillus rhamnosus (CUL 63)||5 billion CFU|
|Lactobacillus salivarius spp. salivarius (CUL 61)||5 billion CFU|
|Bifidobacterium bifidum (CUL 20)||5 billion CFU|
|Bifidobacterium lactis (CUL 34)||5 billion CFU|
*CFU = colony forming units.
Adults: Take 1-2 capsules daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Take 1 capsule daily for maintenance of a healthy digestive, urogenital and immune system during pregnancy.
Take 2 capsules daily to support a positive effect on infant health, including a decrease in the incidence of mild atopic dermatitis/allergy symptoms in your child in their first years of life.
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- If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.
- Always read label. Use only as directed.
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No clinical trials available.
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An innovative, high dose, broad spectrum probiotic blend to support women and their babies during and after pregnancy. UltraBiotic Pregnancy Care contains probiotic organisms that support the maintenance of a healthy digestive, urogenital and immune system.[1-12] Maternal intake of probiotics during pregnancy and breastfeeding may also influence infant growth patterns, microbiota development[33-35] and decrease the incidence of mild atopic dermatitis/allergy symptoms in children in the first years of life.[6-8,36-38]UltraBiotic Pregnancy Care 30 capsules http://www.bioceuticals.com.au/product/preview/UltraBiotic-Pregnancy-Care
An innovative, high dose, broad spectrum probiotic blend to support women and their babies during and after pregnancy. UltraBiotic Pregnancy Care contains probiotic organisms that support the maintenance of a healthy digestive, urogenital and immune system.[1-12] Maternal intake of probiotics during pregnancy and breastfeeding may also influence infant growth patterns, microbiota development[33-35] and decrease the incidence of mild atopic dermatitis/allergy symptoms in children in the first years of life.[6-8,36-38]UltraBiotic Pregnancy Care 60 capsules http://www.bioceuticals.com.au/product/preview/UltraBiotic-Pregnancy-Care