Probiotics are microorganisms that provide benefits to their host. Humans rely on microorganisms such as probiotics to keep our body healthy and functioning properly, but diet and other factors can deplete our healthy bacteria.
Research strongly supports the benefits of probiotics for your digestive system. It can help with issues like diarrhea, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and H. pylori – which is the cause of ulcers.1
While we think of our digestive system mainly for its role in processing food and getting us the nutrients we need, it’s actually one of the most active systems in our body. It plays a big role in our overall immune health, among other things. Probiotics stimulate the immune response in the body.2
Probiotics have also been shown to have an impact on the storage and expenditure of energy from the food we consume. Improving the microbiome and increasing the efficiency of nutrient absorption plays a key role in weight loss as well.3
Since probiotics have to make it through to the stomach to be effective, the beneficial properties of a probiotic product depends on its survival in a harsh, acidic environment. Physician’s Choice DRcaps are acid-resistant, delayed-release pills that buys time for the probiotic organisms to reach the intestines.
D-Mannose is between 11-50 times stronger than cranberry juice, and is clinically proven in the treatment of urinary tract infections caused by E. coli bacteria (which is 90% of UTIs).4 It can even help UTIs that keep recurring or don’t respond to antibiotics.5
Additionally, ProCran – a potent, pure powder made from cranberry extract – is an effective accompaniment to D-Mannose in helping prevent UTIs.6
Our Women’s Probiotic is packaged in patented, shelf-stable bottles, which are designed to help ensure that the probiotics are protected from sunlight and oxygen, which greatly increases their shelf life.
Physician’s Choice Women’s Probiotic contains highly researched strains, each of which have a unique role in acid and bile resistance, gut health and other benefits.
Prebiotics are essentially food for probiotics, and probiotics without prebiotic ingredients in them will be less effective as the organisms “starve” and die off. Considering the market as a whole, very few probiotic products contain prebiotic ingredients, which means they will be wholly ineffective as a supplement.
Organic Jerusalem Artichoke Root: Jerusalem artichoke root is a good sources of inulin, which is a prebiotic dietary fiber that is used by the microorganisms in your digestive tract.
D-Mannose Powder:D-mannose is a type of glucose (sugar) that is found naturally in fruits like apples, blueberries and cranberries. Its natural occurence in cranberries is why cranberry juice is often recommended for the treatment of UTIs, but at 11-50 times the strength of cranberries, it’s easier to get an effective dose in a smaller quantity.
Organic Jerusalem Artichoke Root & Organic Chicory Root Powder: Jerusalem artichoke root and chicory root are both good sources of inulin, which is a prebiotic dietary fiber that is used by the microorganisms in your digestive tract.
As a dietary supplement one capsule daily for digestive and urinary tract health.
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Women’s Probiotic is everything I could ask for. My system thanks you, and I thank you for this amazing product!
I bought 3 bottles so far for my wife and she had been going through a severe bought of intestinal distress, coming off antibiotics... in spite of restrictive diet of mostly vegis, whole rice, beans and certain meats...it had been going on for a long time. Now nearly completing two months of 1 a day of women's probiotic from Physician's Choice, she is having much healthier bowel movements. I plan to send a couple of the same to our daughter, age 31.
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I haven't taken them long enough to tell a difference.