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Bio.Me Femme | 3 Minute Video Highlight


When
27th September 2018

Description


A multistrain live bacteria formula, which simultaneously works on the gut, vagina and urinary microbiome to support and balance these female microbiomes.

Also containing Probioact Technology
PROBIOACT® stands for probiotic activity and is a technology developed by Winclove which focuses on the ingredients that surround the probiotic bacteria.
The PROBIOACT® Technology consists of product-specific protective and nutritional ingredients, which have been selected and extensively tested to:
• Keep the probiotics stable at room temperature, and retain high cell counts during shelf life with a water-soluble carrier matrix of starches and maltodextrin.
• Protect against osmotic shock during rehydration and consumption with minerals.
• Protect against stomach acid, bile and digestive enzymes in the GI-tract with vegetable proteins.
• Optimise the metabolic activity at the right time and place with an enzyme, prebiotic and vegetable protein nutrient resource.

Speakers


  • Debbie Cotton, ND

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