30 Day Probiotic Gut Reset

Cleanse your gut with with this trio of potent probiotics!

Eliminate waste and toxins, support regular and easy bowel movements, and promote the healthy structure and function of your digestive tract from end to end! Our three probiotic supplements work together to cleanse undesireable, non-pathogenic bacteria; fortify your entire GI tract with beneficial bacteria; and restore balance to your microbiome. Prebiotic included in every capsule. Acid proof protection guarantees deep, targeted delivery. Each supplement has been tested by an independent lab to ensure potency, activity, and purity through expiration.

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Dosing Instructions

  • TruFlora
    Take one capsule a day for the first 10 days
  • TruBifido
    Take one capsule a day for the second 10 days
  • Theralac
    Take one capsule a day for the final 10 days
  • Vegan
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Nut Free
  • Soy Free

Best Practices

  • To ensure maximum benefits from this program, we recommend a whole food diet that is low in sugar and artificial ingredients. This is especially important during Step One when you are trying to purge undesirable bacteria that thrive on high sugar and other carbohydrates.
  • For more significant digestive issues, increase the dose to TWO capsules a day for each product.
  • The probiotics can be taken with or without food and at any time of day.

Ingredients

Theralac Probiotic Blend

  • Lactobacillus acidophilus
    10 billion CFU (Strain LA-1)
  • Lactobacillus paracasei
    5 billion CFU (Strain LPC-37)
  • Lactobacillus rhamnosus
    2 billion CFU (Strain LR-32)
  • Bifidobacterium lactis
    10 billion CFU (Strain BL-04)
  • Bifidobacterium lactis
    3 billion CFU (Strain Bi-07)

TruFlora Probiotic Blend

  • Bacillus coagulans (Lactobacillus sporogenes)
    2 billion CFU (Strain IS-2)
  • Lactobacillus plantarum
    10 billion CFU (Strain LP-115)
  • Lactobacillus salivarius
    3 billion CFU (Strain LS-33)

TruFlora Digestive Enzyme Blend

  • Beta Glucanase
    136 mg
  • Hemicellulase
    26 mg

TruBifido Probiotic Blend

  • Bifidobacterium lactis
    21 billion CFU (Strain BL-04)
  • Bifidobacterium lactis
    3 billion CFU (Strain Bi-07)
  • Bifidobacterium lactis
    2 billion CFU (Strain HN019)
  • Bifidobacterium breve
    2 billion CFU (Strain BB-03)
  • Bifidobacterium bifidum
    2 billion CFU (Strain BB-06)

Other Ingredients

Microcrystalline Cellulose – A food-grade, plant cellulose used to standardize the probiotic supplement strength.

Sodium Alginate – Protects probiotics from stomach acid and is a preferred source of prebiotic fiber for probiotic bacteria (Protected by 2 US Patents).

HPMC (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose) – A derivative of plant cellulose which comprises the supplement capsules.

Trisodium Phosphate – Food grade buffer that assures proper pH control.

Magnesium Stearate – It is used to fill the capsules and ensures a uniform mixture of all ingredients. A pharmaceutical grade, vegetable source is used in Theralac. Magnesium Stearate has been safely used in capsules and tablets for over 75 years.

Silicon Dioxide – Reduces moisture and improves shelf life. Silicon dioxide, or silica for short, is a micronutrient in human nutrition; a food grade source is used in all our probiotic supplements.

Calcium Silicate – Anti-caking agent.

Ascorbic Acid – Antioxidant.

LactoStim® (Sunflower Lecithin and Oleic Acid) – Our patented prebiotic. LactoStim stimulates probiotic growth by rehydrating the beneficial bacteria before providing a food source for the probiotics as soon as they arrive in your digestive tract. Only food grade Lecithin and Oleic Acid are used in Theralac (Protected by 5 US Patents).

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FAQ's

Probiotic bacteria work by attaching and adhering to the soft lining of your intestinal tract. After adherence, they begin to eat the same food you eat, converting it into lactic acid. Lactic acid is the primary mechanism probiotic bacteria use to promote a healthy digestive system. As they grow and reproduce, probiotics keep your digestive tract healthy by promoting the growth of all beneficial bacteria which colonize the intestinal walls which further stimulates the growth of other beneficial microogranisms. Lactobacillus ("lacto") strains are most active in the small intestine while Bifidobacterium ("bifido") strains work best in the large intestine.
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We provide same day shipping for all orders placed before 3:00 P.M. Central Time. We ship using USPS Priority Mail so your order will arrive as quickly as possible. Typically, shipments arrive within 2 - 3 days. During the holiday season, postal carriers see a massive increase in volume which may lead to delays. We provide tracking information for all accounts that have an associated email address so you can keep tabs on when your supplements are scheduled to arrive. If you do not see this email, check your spam folder. If you wish to have your order shipped via UPS or have another special request, such as C.O.D., please call Customer Service to place your order. We're happy to ship internationally however additional shipping charges may apply.
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Totally Inert Packaging (TIP) is our multi-step approach to ensuring guaranteed potency through expiration for all of our probiotic supplements. We take these steps because it's important to minimize exposure. Because probiotic bacteria are living organisms, they have the same requirements for life as you or I -- without oxygen and water, probiotics cannot grow. Most probiotic bacteria have been freeze dried during production to keep them in metabolic stasis. As we introduce moisture and oxygen, the once dehydrated probiotic bacteria wake up and begin reproducing or colonizing. You want the probiotic bacteria to grow and colonize in your gut, not on the shelf. Therefore, preventing the ingress of moisture and oxygen during storage is essential to ensure that your supplements remain potent through their expiration date. Packaging Probiotics: After encapsulation, we pour our probiotic capsules into a glass bottle. We specifically use brown glass bottles for two reasons: They block UV light They allow less external moisture contamination Probiotic bacteria are as sensitive to UV radiation as you or I and amber glass bottles block more UV light than clear, green, or blue glass bottles. Additionally, glass bottles have a lower moisture-vapor transmission rate. What this means is that water can more readily pass through a plastic packaing barrier and increase the relative humidity inside a plastic bottle. Next, we add moisture and oxygen dessicant packets followed up by a pure nitrogen flush of the inside of each bottle. These packets absorb whatever leftover excess oxygen and moisture remaining inside the product after we flush the bottles with pure N2. By minimizing the oxygen and moisture content, we can guarantee that the probiotics within will remain inert until you're ready to start taking them! Lastly, we apply a double seal complete with another set of moisture and oxygen barriers to finish our TIP process. By limiting their exposure, we can guarantee that our supplements will remain stable and potent through expiration.
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Probiotic bacteria attach to the soft lining (wall) of your intestinal tract and help reinforce the healthy structure and function of your GI system. Lactobacillus probiotic strains colonize best in the small intestine whereas Bifidobacterium probiotic strains primarily grow within the large intestine (colon). Beneficial bacteria repopulate your digestive tract with billions of living organisms that support healthy digestion, elimination, and encourage the optimal absorption of vitamins and minerals
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Yes, you can absolutely take probiotics with antibiotics! When should I give probiotics with antibiotics? While you can take antibiotics and probiotics at the same time, we recommend separating your probiotic supplement from your antibiotic by two hours. This separation will reduce the number of beneficial bacteria in your probiotic being killed by the antibiotic in your digestive tract. How long should I take probiotics after antibiotics? We recommend continuing to take a probiotic for approximately two weeks after your antibiotic regimen has completed. We recommend Theralac because our blend of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria probiotic bacteria will colonize your entire digestive tract. You can continue to support the growth of beneficial bacteria after antibiotics by eating a diet rich in high-fiber foods like fruits and vegetables. Why should I take a probiotic after antibiotics? You take a probiotic after antibiotics because an antibiotic will kill both the good and bad bacteria throughout your digestive tract. Beneficial microbes like probiotic bacteria support the healthy structure and function of your digestive tract and help your body digest food and absorb nutrients. Introducing a probiotic either during or after an antibiotic regimen will support microbial balance.
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Yes! In fact, Probiotic deficiency is more common than you think! Numerous lifestyle factors can influence the balance of beneficial bacteria in your intestinal tract including, but not limited to: stress, poor diet, alcohol, travel, and aging. To be honest, it's hard for a modern person not to have some kind of probiotic deficiency! How do I fix a probiotic deficiency? First and foremost, we recommend a diet rich in high-fiber foods. While taking a probiotic supplement may help, you have to remember that probiotic bacteria eat the same food we do. If you're not eating well, neither are the bacteria in your gut. By adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet, you can improve the quality of life for your indigenous beneficial bacteria. Most prebiotics are fiber-based as well so increasing your fiber intake will provide additional prebiotic nutrition for your probiotic supplement of choice!
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There is no truly "best" time to take probiotics because each of us lives at the behest of countless environmental factors like diet, family, or additional supplementation. Our general recommendation is to take your probiotics before bed because, while you're asleep, digestive motility slows, enabling the probiotic bacteria additional time to colonize your digestive tract.
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Probiotics are living microorganisms, typically bacteria native to the human digestive tract, which aid the body in a plethora of digestive processes and support the healthy structure and function of your gut. Commonly found probiotic bacteria include, but are not limited to species from the Lactobacilli, Bifidobacterium, and Bacillus genera. Prebiotics, on the other hand, consist of anything that stimulates the growth of probiotic bacteria. Vegetables are our primary source of prebiotic nutrition. Garlic, onions, and asparagus all contain high quantities of fiber, promoting the healthy growth and stimulation of probiotics. 
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