Applied ProLinePreferred ProBiotics
To be a high quality probiotic supplement, beneficial bacteria must first reach the gut in quantities large enough to produce the desired effect. To accomplish this, Preferred ProBiotics uses three compatible microbial strains with clinically documented activity and implantation ability: L. acidophilus R0052, L. rhamnosus R0011, and Bifidobacterium longum.
Patent-pending microencapsulation technology is used to coat the fragile bacteria with vegetable derived fatty acids, thus helping to protect the microorganisms from destruction by stomach acid and thereby enhance viability. This process also dramatically increases shelf-life at room temperature so that refrigeration is not required.
For the purpose of reestablishing a healthy balance of intestinal bacteria diminished by stress, infection, antibiotics, medication, or other factors, choose Preferred ProBiotics.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.