GI-PROBALANCE for a Healthy Immune System

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Almost everything we consume, food, liquids and supplements, are received, processed and distributed through the stomach and digestive tract. So why don’t we eat right and take better care of our tummies?

Digestion starts and ends here – the stomach

About 70% of your body’s defences are found in the digestive tract. If your gut is out of balance, your health can suffer. That’s why the six probiotic blends in GI-ProBalance sachets contain a variety of helpful bacteria that are formulated to help support the digestive and immune systems for a happy gut and body.

Get the balance right!
The adult human gut has over 500 species of bacteria, mostly in the large intestine. Bacteria live in the gut in peaceful coexistence, helping us to keep out disease-causing bacteria. Keeping our immune system healthy and maintaining the lining of the bowel. This neighbourhood of microbiota is supported by probiotics and prebiotics.

Probiotics – the ‘good’ bacteria
Probiotics are live microbial organisms present in the human digestive tract and can also be found in several foods such as cultured dairy products like yogurt or kefir and fermented foods like sauerkraut.
Once ingested, probiotics colonise the intestines and other parts of the body and can sustain themselves unless antibiotics or other factors destroy them.

Prebiotics – effective ‘food’ source
Prebiotics are non-digestible food ingredients that work to support the good bacteria found in probiotics, as well as support your body’s naturally occurring good bacteria.
Synbiotics are a combination of probiotics and prebiotics that can positively impact the body’s intestinal bacteria levels. Traditionally, probiotics are generally active in the small intestine and prebiotics.

GI-ProBalance formula comes in convenient single-serve powder sachets that can be carried whenever you’re out and about. Support the stomach that supports you for a happy tummy and a healthier you.


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