Innate Choice Probiotic Sufficiency


**This particular Probiotic does not require to be shipped cold. 

  • For Intestinal and Immune System Health
  • 100% Vegetarian Formula
  • Free of Wheat, Soy, and Grain
  • Over 30 Billion Viable Organisms Per Serving
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**This particular Probiotic does not require to be shipped cold. 

What Are Probiotics?

Probiotics are species of health-promoting bacteria that we require for proper digestion of food and immune defense against illness promoting bacteria, viruses, and fungi. To put this simply, probiotics, which are also known as “intestinal microflora”, are “good bacteria” that live in our gastro-intestinal (GI) tract and aid in promoting optimal health and preventing illness.

In order to be healthy and to prevent the colonization of harmful bacteria, our GI tracts must contain sufficient numbers of the health promoting beneficial bacteria.

Why Are Probiotics Beneficial?

Probiotic consumption has been shown to down-regulate overactive immune responses in subjects with autoimmune disorders (such as inflammatory bowel disease, allergies, asthma and atopic dermatitis) and to enhance specific aspects of immune function in healthy subjects.

An inverse relationship has also been shown between the consumption of probiotics and the incidence of colon and breast cancer. Consumption of probiotics has also been reported to normalize total and LDL cholesterol levels. The ingestion of probiotics has been shown to normalize immune functions, reduce the incidence of pathogenic infections, and suppress allergic diseases in human subjects.

How Can I Tell If I Need Probiotics?

Unless you have never taken an antibiotic or ingested alcohol, consume large amounts of raw fruits and vegetables and virtually no grains or sugars, and have a source of probiotics in your diet, it is virtually a certainty that you are deficient in probiotics.

Common Signs of Probiotic Deficiency

  • Gas
  • Bloating and indigestion
  • Bad breath and body odor
  • Impaired immunity
  • Frequent colds and flu
  • Candida
  • Vaginal yeast infections
  • Athlete’s Foot
  • Acne
  • Eczema
  • Dandruff
  • Overall ill-health

Won’t Ingesting Bacteria Make Me Sick?

Probiotic bacteria are health promoting and illness preventing strains of bacteria. In fact, without the probiotic strains of healthy bacteria, you are more likely to get ill from the pathogenic or illness causing bacteria.

Clinical data also indicates that probiotic lactobacilli and bifidobacteria administered in food and in capsular form are safe for human use.

How Much Do I Need?

Each bottle contains a 30 day supply. It is recommended that you take 1 capsule, twice daily with food.

*When you first start using a probiotic, it is advisable to start with one capsule per day for the first two weeks to allow a gradual transition within your intestinal ecosystem. When the unwanted bacteria and yeast begin to die off and be cleansed from the intestine, toxins can be released which can sometimes lead to headaches, diarrhea, gas, bloating, or constipation.

This is really a positive sign that the intestine is being cleansed of these toxin releasing and illness-promoting bacteria and fungi but it can be uncomfortable for a few days.This can often be avoided by starting with one capsule per day for the first two weeks.

Are There Any Special Instructions?

Probiotics are de-animated living organisms and are reanimated with moisture. For this reason they need to be kept in a moisture-free environment and away from higher temperatures and humidity.

Once you receive your order, immediately store it in the refrigerator or freezer. Storing in the freezer maximizes shelf life but refrigerator storage is sufficient to meet the shelf life stamped on your bottle.

The product will not spoil and is always safe to take. Heat and humidity may reduce the full potency of the product but it will not make it unsafe.

Should Kids Take A Probiotic?

Yes! Before birth a baby’s gut is sterile and the immune system immature. The gut microflora of a baby begins to develop at birth and breast-feeding continues this development. If formula is being used, our Probiotic can be added to the formula. When solid foods are introduced, you can begin to include probiotic supplementation after the meal. By the age of two or three most children have a fairly stable intestinal balance. As is the case for adults, any stressor such as antibiotics or illness can seriously alter this balance.

Children should consume ½ capsule per 40 lbs of body weight. Capsules can be taken as is or broken, emptied into a drink and then consumed at the end of a meal. Once the capsule is broken open, consume the probiotic immediately.

For the Health of Your Family

Having the proper probiotic bacteria in your digestive system is essential for your health and well-being and being deficient can lead to severe health problems. Ingesting adequate amounts (dietary sufficiency) is necessary for the proper function of the digestive and immune systems and thus for overall health and protection from illness.