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Product Specialties
Good Ingredients Approved
Palm Oil Free
Gluten Free
Pregnancy / Breastfeeding Friendly
GMO Free
Heavy Metals Tested
Artificial Colour Free
Artificial Flavour Free
Artificial Sweetener Free
BPA-Free Packaging
Recyclable Packaging
Sugar Free
GMP Manufactured
Alcohol Free
Egg Free
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Highlights

Ethical Nutrients Inner Health Plus contains premium quality, scientifically studied, high strength good bacteria which may help to support gut health during or after a course of antibiotics. 

 

  • Probioplex consists of lactalbumin and rice maltodextrin.
  • Bovine colostrum powder contains lactose and cow’s milk proteins.
  • This product is not suitable for use in infants except on the advice of a healthcare professional.
  • Always read the label. Use only as directed.
  •  If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional. 

 

TAPS NA8916

Adults and children over five years: Take 1 capsule daily or as directed by a healthcare professional.

This product should be refrigerated - Worried about ordering online? No need – Read about our Heat Sensitive Product Policy here.

Each Capsule Contains:

25 Billion Live Probiotic Bacteria:

Lactobacillus acidophilus (NCFM®) 12.5 Billion Live Bacteria
Bifidobacterium lactis (Bi-07) 12.5 Billion Live Bacteria
Bovine colostrum powder 67mg

  • 25 billion good bacteria per capsule
  • Medical strength therapeutic strains of good bacteria + colostrum
  • Contains NCFM, the worlds most researched acidophilus 
  • Dairy Free, vegan option available

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