Allegany Nutrition 51 Billion - 60 ct

Allegany Nutrition 51 Billion - 60 ct

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Allegany Nutrition’s probiotic is a full spectrum formulation with 14 essential probiotic strains along with 6 different enzymes, trace minerals and Inulin (FOS).

Unique Probiotic Features

There isn’t one particular probiotic strain that does it all. Many different probiotic strains are needed because they all have different characteristics that complement each other. This probiotic contains 14 different probiotic strains, which provides a full spectrum formula that is capable of delivering live probiotics throughout the entire GI tract. It also contains a special type of Inulin (FOS) which is a prebiotic and dietary fiber that helps feed only beneficial bacteria so that they survive and reproduce. Inulin also acts as a fiber by “scrubbing” the intestines walls as it passes through the GI tract. Unlike other forms of Inulin, this type of Inulin has a guaranteed chain length that only varies between 8 and 13 monomers in length. This is important because different forms of Inulin can vary from 2-60 monomers in length. Inulin with a chain length between 8 and 13 monomers only feeds friendly bacteria in the digestive tract.

CAPSULES PER BOTTLE: 60 Delayed Release Capsules.
SUGGESTED SERVING SIZE: 1 or 2 Capsules in between meals
Directions: As a dietary supplement, adults take two capsules daily on an empty stomach or as recommended by your Health Care Professional.
Contains no fruit, egg, dairy, soy, lactose, meat, fish, shellfish, wheat, gluten, tree nuts, or artificial ingredients.

Ingredient Information

Bifidobacterium Bifidum – Among the most ferocious probiotics used to crowd out bad bacteria.* Often used for vitamin absorption, immune support, yeast overgrowth, and diarrhea.

Bifidobacterium Lactis – Often used for diarrhea, irregularity, cholesterol, intestinal inflammation, and colonic transit time.*

Bifidobacterium Breve – Unique in its ability to compete against harmful bacteria due to the large variety of molecules it can digest (including plant fibers). Present in the intestines and the vagina. Often used for gas, diarrhea and bowel irritations.

Bifidobacterium Longum – Has been used to stimulate immune response and promote microbial balance by crowding out bad bacteria. Often used for absorption of B vitamins, boosting immune, cholesterol, bowel regularity, allergies, inflammation from Crohn’s disease, or colitis. It is believed to help break down carbohydrates without producing excess gas and inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria in vagina and intestines.

Lactobacillus Acidophilus – Is found in the intestines and vagina. Has been used to restore the normal balance of intestinal bacteria, vaginal and urinary tract infections, nutrient absorption, and the immune system.

Lactobacillus Casei – Is found naturally in the mouth and intestines. Often used for diarrhea, GI tract inflammation, normalizing pH of the gut and to impede the growth of harmful bacteria.

Lactobacillus Rhamnosus – Believed to be one of the most effective strains for combating antibiotic-associated diarrhea and traveler’s diarrhea. It is believed to help fight infections in both the gut and urinary tract and assists in dairy digestion and lactose intolerance.

Lactobacillus Plantarum – Believed to reduce antibiotic-associated diarrhea, bloating, constipation and help with Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Lactobacillus Paracasei – Is part of the normal gut bacteria and has been used for diarrhea, antibiotic-associated diarrhea, fatigue, and allergies.

Lactobacillus Salivarius – It is believed to produce enzymes that are toxic to undesirable bacteria, and to have a prolific reproductive prowess that reduces the overall amount of required daily supplementation.

Lactobacillus Bulgaricus – It is believed to excrete natural antibiotics and to multiply within the mucous lining in the gastro-intestinal tract. Often used to reduce intestinal infections, boost immune system and normalize the pH of the GI tract.

Saccharomyces Boulardi – Believed to be resistant to stomach acids and antibiotics and often used to reduce diarrhea in children and adults, protect against both antibiotic and travelers’ induced diarrhea.

Streptococcus Thermophillus – Believed to break down lactose that turns into lactic acid, which may be effective at preventing lactose intolerance. Has been used to keep microflora of intestines balanced.

Lactobacillus Lactis – It is believed to thrive in a harsh environment, help other probiotics survive, and inhibit bad bacteria growth. It is used to help with Inflammatory Bowel Disease/Crohn’s, diarrhea, and lactose intolerance.

Protease – Believed to have the ability to break down the nucleus of Candida Yeast.

Amylase – Believed to have the ability to break down the polysaccharide layer of Candida Yeast.

GlucoAmylase – Believed to have the ability to break down the polysaccharide layer of Candida Yeast.

Cellulase – Believed to have the ability to break down the cell wall of Candida Yeast.

Hemicellulase – Believed to have the ability to break down the cell wall of Candida Yeast.

Invertase – Believed to have the ability to break down the polysaccharide layer of Candida Yeast.

Trace Mineral Blend – Zeolite

Inulin (Frutafit) (FOS) – Believed to help feed probiotics so that they survive and reproduce.