The original multi-strain Bio-Kult probiotic product containing 14 strains of live bacteria for everyday use.
Bio-Kult is a unique multi-species, multi-strain live bacteria supplement with 14 strains of beneficial bacteria. This means that Bio-Kult can deliver high concentrations of beneficial bacteria to the colonisation sites in the gut – and therefore be able to help a more diverse range of digestive disorders.
The beneficial bacteria in Bio-Kult are cryoprotected during the freeze-drying process, which gives two main benefits:
They are protected from the harsh acid environment of the stomach and are therefore able to colonise the full length of the gastrointestinal tract.
The process allows Bio-Kult to be stored at room temperature without the need for refrigeration.
Bio-Kult can be used on a continuous basis or for a short period of time, e.g. when takingantibiotics.
1 - 2 capsules once or twice daily with food. If taking two or more capsules daily, you may wish to split the dose between two meals.
If you are taking any medications or have any medical conditions please consult your doctor before taking any food supplement.
If you are taking antibiotics:
Take 4 capsules daily, ideally at a different time of the day from the antibiotics.
Continue taking for at least 2 weeks after completion of the antibiotic course
2 weeks before travel follow guidelines for general use.
During travel take 4 capsules daily.
Continue to take for at least 2 weeks following the end of travel
Children under 12 - half adult dose.
Live Bacteria Strains:
Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricusPXN®39™
Lactococcus lactis ssp. lactisPXN®63™
Each capsule contains:
Minimum 2 billion live microorganisms per capsule (2x109CFU/capsule), equivalent to 10 billion live microorganisms per gram (1x1010CFU/gram)
Cellulose (bulking agent)
Live bacteria cultures (see below)
Vegetable Capsule (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose)
Contains soya and milk, used in the fermentation process. Content of milk is at a level that would not affect lactose intolerant sufferers.