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These are the highest quality probiotics available.
"All probiotic cultures are naturally derived isolates without genetic modifications (non gmo). Cultures do not contain, soy, wheat, tree nuts, peanuts, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, bee pollen or gluten. There are less than 2.5 parts per million dairy constituents. Basically no dairy protein allergens, no bovine tissue, less than 1 part per million heavy metals. Non-irradiated. There is a neutral maltodextrin (hypo allergenic) in the base and fermented non allergenic rice oligodextrins that I use as a pre-biotic to feed the cultures once in the gut. There is nothing else except 15 different strains of high grade probiotic cultures. The main strain is lactobacillus salivarius."
Contains 16 strains of probiotics: L.salivarius, B.bifidum, B.infantis, B.longum, enterococcus faecium, L.acidophilus, L.brevis, L.casei., subspecies casei, L.fermentum, L.gasseri, L.helveticus, L.plantarum, L.reuteri, L.casei subspecies rhamnosus, streptococcus thermophilus.
NUTRITION ONLY!! Not intended to treat, cure, prevent or diagnose any disease.
A Note From the Maker concerning Maltodextrin: "i use the same fermented hypo allergenic rice prebiotic in the human strain probiotics as well. it is not corn based.
there are all types of maltodextrin and different sweetness levels as well. the prebiotic i use in this formula is an oligo dextrin from fermented neutral hypo allergenic rice with a d.e. (dextrose equivalent of 10 on a scale of 1-100).(sweetness level) diabetics can use it. generally speaking most maltodextrin does come from corn but it can come from so many things (tapioca, rice, corn, etc) i have a non acidic vitamin c that was originally extracted from corn but the finished product has zero corn residue in it....and the quality and energy level is off the charts so it does help to know the difference in actual products what is in them?
this is important information due to this new so called 'all malto dextrin is bad and is derived from gmo corn.....campaign. i personally do not use malto dextrin of any kind but i contacted the bio chemist who makes all of freddie's enzymes and my formulas or parts of them too and asked him straight up if he uses malto dextrin in his base blends and if so is it from corn or rice? his response to me was Yes, i use malto dextrin and it is from corn...and it is Tested for AND GMO's and OTHER UNACCEPTABLE substances EACH BATCH COMES UP TESTING completely NEGATIVE !!!! he also uses only malto dextrin from ORGANIC CORN and this costs alot more money but is Safe!!!..........so please be aware that not all experts know all the facts and may in fact just be creating a scare campaign for personal reasons or just because the info they are looking at isn't complete for whatever reason? just know that the products you get from me are completely safe!"
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.