45 Day Complete G.I. Program

Featuring Theralac®, Enzalase®, and TruFiber®

For complete digestive support, we recommend the use of a probiotic in addition to a high-quality enzyme and fiber supplement. Enzalase aids digestion and helps break down food while TruFiber positively alters colon microflora. Both products work synergistically with our flagship probiotic, Theralac, a balanced probiotic formula that provides complete G.I. coverage, to provide a boost to gut health. This 45-Day program is great for anyone who has taken antibiotics or experienced digestive issues.

  • Vegan
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Nut Free
  • Soy Free
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Best Practices

  • To ensure maximum benefits from this program, we recommend a whole food diet that is low in sugar and artificial ingredients.
  • For more significant digestive issues, increase the dose to TWO capsules a day of Theralac and Enzalase, and two scoops of TruFiber.
  • The probiotics can be taken with or without food and at any time of day.

Ingredients

  • Theralac
  • TruFiber
  • Enzalase

Dosing Instructions

  • Theralac
    2 capsules daily for 15 days
    followed by
    1 capsule daily for 30 days
  • Enzalase
    1 capsule daily for 45 days
  • TruFiber
    1 serving daily for 45 days
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It does not matter! Thanks to our patented delivery system, all the bacteria and enzymes will pass through the stomach unharmed with or without food or drink.
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Yes; however, we recommend separating our products from your antibiotic by three hours so they don't interfere with each other in the digestive tract.
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