PGut VitaBac Super antidote for Mood
Supplementation of appropriate probiotics to repair the intestinal barrier and
balance emotional factors can help improve sleeping quality and maintain good mood.
PGut VitaBac Super antidote for Mood
- 10X formula with university research-based probiotics boosts immunity
- High potency probiotic formula with 8 selected strains
- Lactobacillus helveticus + Bifidobacterium longum can help relieve stress and improve sleep quality.
- Lactobacillus casei can balance emotional factors in the body and calm the mind
- Bifidobacterium adolescentis boosts the efficacy of vaccines and strengthens gut health
- Triple Bifidobacterium help regulate and enhance the immune response
- Streptococcus thermophilus strengthens the protection of intestinal mucosa
- Triple prebiotics (FOS/GOS/IMO) can strengthen the probiotic activity and regulate gut health
- Postbiotics HK-LP extracted from probiotic essence, quickly balances intestinal microecology
- Safe and reliable, produced according to GMP and ISO22000 standards
- Passed the heavy metal test
- No addition of flavourings, artificial colorings and gluten
Improve sleeping quality
Repairs intestinal mucosa
Restores the balance of gut microbiota
Studies show that one’s mental health has a close relationship with gut health. Supplementation of appropriate probiotics to repair the intestinal barrier and balance emotional factors can help improve sleeping quality and maintain good mood.
The mental stress and problems of Hong Kong people have become an increasingly serious problem in recent years. A local university research pointed out that 22% of local adults in Hong Kong suffer from stress disorders, which means 1 out of 5 adults are mentally distressed. Studies show that Bifidobacterium longum can reduce negative emotions by regulating the serotonin that responds to stress in the brain. Lactobacillus acidophilus helps maintain the stability of serotonin, and serotonin is an important factor that helps stabilize mood.
Lactobacillus helveticus in PGut VitaBac Super antidote for Mood helps reduce nervous emotions , promotes relaxation and improves sleeping quality.
Research carried out by local universities pointed out that 85% of Hong Kong people lack Bifidobacterium adolescentis. Clinical studies also found that Bifidobacterium adolescentis can regulate antibody response after vaccination and play a key role in regulating the efficacy of vaccines. There are also research data showing that COVID-19 patients lack several species of Bifidobacteria, which is related to the severity of symptoms. The triple-Bifidobacterium formula in PGut VitaBac Super antidote for Mood helps strengthen the body’s defenses and enhance the immune system.
A leaky gut increases the absorption capacity of patients. The damage of intestinal wall could be due to an imbalanced diet, parasites, infection or medication. The toxins, microorganisms, undigested food or wastes can leak from the gut and trigger some unwanted immune responses, causing potential health problem. Research has proved that Streptococcus thermophilus can secret EPS to repair damaged intestinal mucosa, reduce intestinal permeability and enhance the physical barrier of our digestive system.
Essence extracted from heat-killed Lactobacillus plantarum are stable postbiotics. Studies show that postbiotics Lactobacillus plantarum can improve the immunity, inhibit overactive immune cells and allergic antibodies. It can also regulate intestinal microecology and promote the growth of beneficial bacteria, hence enhance the probiotic effectiveness.
PGut VitaBac Super antidote for Mood has passed gastric acid & bile salt tolerance test
✔︎ 30 capsules/box (each capsule contains 20 billion CFU of active probiotics)
✔︎ 8 active probiotics + 3 prebiotics + postbiotics
✦ Instruction of use: Consume together with food and drink (E.g. milk and juice)
✦ Suggested Dosage：1 capsule per day before/after meal
- Origin: Taiwan
- Store in fridge or in a cool and dry area. Avoid sunlight.
- Please inform your doctor if you are pregnant, taking medicine or any treatment.
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Reference Test Laboratory: Biotech Research Institute, No.402, Sec. 2, Jinling Rd., Pingzhen Dist., Taoyuan City 324, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
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