Updated: Feb 7
Bio Active Probiotic Protein is a highly bioavailable source of protein peptides that is well absorbed to replenish lost and damaged body tissue - fortified with 20 billion probiotic microbes per serving as well as key nutrients to make this a superior source of protein.
A. WHAT IS BIO ACTIVE PROBIOTIC PROTEIN PLUS™? Bio Active Probiotic Protein contains essential nutrients to help the body repair itself. It contains no added sugar (sucrose) and is high in branched chain amino acids which form 35% of the 9 essential amino acids necessary to repair organs, skin, hair and bone. Probiotic protein is a highly bioavailable source of protein peptides that is well absorbed to replenish lost and damaged body tissue. It combines powerful antioxidants and minerals to protect new body tissue against harmful environmental factors eg. UV damage. It is a revolutionary Probiotic Protein Supplement fortified with 20 billion probiotic digestive organisms to aid and encourage fat loss, metabolic activity, ease digestive upsets, support immunity, mood, vaginal and urinary health, IBS (Irritable bowl syndrome) and constipation. Daily use will increase satiety making weight management easier B. WHAT DOES IT DO? The clinically aligned and scientific developed formulation is fortified with 20 billion probiotic organisms (Lactobacillus Sporogenes | Bacillus Coagulans) as well as key essential nutrients to make this proprietary formulation unique and effective. These lactic-acid producing microbes in combination with the other key nutrients will be helpful to ease digestive upsets, will support immunity, mood, vaginal and urinary health. IBS (Irritable bowl syndrome) and constipation are also two concerning issues that may be helped with Probiotic Protein Plus™ supplementation.
Diarrhea in children caused by a certain virus (rotavirus). Children with rotaviral diarrhea who are being treated with lactobacillus seem to get over their diarrhea up to 3 days earlier than they would without this treatment. Larger doses of lactobacillus are more effective than smaller ones. At least 10 billion colony-forming units during the first 48 hours should be used.
Hay fever. Taking Probiotic Protein Plus with colony-forming units of lactobacillus daily for 5 weeks can improve quality of life by almost 18% in people with grass pollen allergy that doesn't respond to the anti-allergy drug loratadine. In children with allergies that persist throughout the year, taking 10 billion colony-forming units of lactobacillus for 12 weeks seems to improve itchy eye symptoms. But taking lactobacillus during pregnancy doesn't seem to prevent the infant from developing allergies.
Preventing diarrhea caused by antibiotics. Taking Probiotic Protein Plus probiotics product containing lactobacillus strains helps prevent diarrhea caused by antibiotics in adults and children. The most well-studied strain of lactobacillus seems to reduce the chance of diarrhea by about 60% to 70% when started within 2 days of beginning antibiotic treatment and continued for at least 3 days after finishing the antibiotics.
Eczema (atopic dermatitis). Most research shows that taking lactobacillus products can reduce eczema symptoms in infants and children. Research also shows that lactobacillus can help PREVENT eczema from developing. When taken by a mother during the last month of pregnancy, lactobacillus probiotics can reduce the chance of the child developing eczema.
A condition associated with an increased risk for developing allergic reactions (atopic disease). Research shows that taking certain lactobacillus strains can prevent the development of allergic reactions, such as asthma, runny nose, and eczema, in infants with a family history of this condition. However, not all strains seem to work.
Constipation. Taking lactobacillus probiotics for 4-8 weeks can reduce symptoms of constipation including stomach pain and discomfort, bloating, and incomplete bowel movements. It might also increase the number of bowel movements in some people.
Diabetes. Taking lactobacillus starting at the beginning of the second trimester of pregnancy helps to prevent diabetes during pregnancy, especially in mothers over 35 years of age and mothers that had diabetes during pregnancy before. In women who do develop diabetes during pregnancy, taking lactobacillus seems to help control blood sugar.
Diarrhea. Giving lactobacillus to infants and children 1-36 months old when they are admitted to the hospital seems to reduce the risk developing diarrhea. Also, lactobacillus can reduce the risk of diarrhea from all causes in undernourished children. There is conflicting evidence about whether lactobacillus can shorten the duration of diarrhea in children.
Stomach pain. Most research shows that taking lactobacillus short-term can help to reduce symptoms in children with stomach pain. Early research also shows that taking lactobacillus and bifidobacterium short-term can improve symptoms in women with stomach pain.
Helicobacter pylori (H pylori) infection. Research shows that taking lactobacillus probiotics along with "triple therapy" that consists of the prescription drugs clarithromycin, amoxicillin, and a proton-pump inhibitor helps treat stomach ulcers caused by H. pylori. About 7-11 patients with H. pylori infections need to be treated with lactobacillus plus "triple therapy" for one additional patient to achieve remission compared to what would be achieved with "triple therapy" alone. But taking lactobacillus probiotics does not help treat the infection when taken alone, with only an antibiotic, with other "triple therapies," or with "quadruple therapy" that includes bismuth.
High cholesterol. Taking lactobacillus probiotics can lower total cholesterol by about 10 mg/dL and low-density lipoprotein (LDL or "bad") cholesterol by about 9 mg/dL in people with or without high cholesterol. However, lactobacillus probiotics do not seem to improve high-density lipoprotein (HDL or "good") cholesterol or fats called triglycerides.
Colic in babies. Some research shows that giving lactobacillus to nursing infants reduces daily crying time. Some research suggests that lactobacillus is more effective at reducing crying time than using the drug simethicone. But one large study shows that lactobacillus does not reduce crying. It's possible that infants in the large study had more severe colic than those in the earlier research.
Airway infections. Some research shows that lactobacillus probiotics can help prevent airway infections in infants and children. Giving lactobacillus to infants and children seems to reduce the chance of upper airway infections by about 38%. Also, children ages 1-6 years who attend daycare centers seem to get fewer and less severe airway infections when given milk containing lactobacillus.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Research shows that taking lactobacillus for 8 weeks reduces tender and swollen joints in women with rheumatoid arthritis.
Traveler's diarrhea. Traveler's diarrhea is caused by bacteria, viruses, or parasites that the traveler has not been exposed to before. Taking lactobacillus seems to help prevent diarrhea in travelers. The effectiveness can vary a lot depending on the travel destination because of differences in bacteria in different locations.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE Take one(1) or two(2) servings daily depending on your needs. Add one level scoop to 250ml water in shaker or mixer. Mix thoroughly until powder is complete dissolved. Take the first serving preferably in the morning on an empty stomach before breakfast and the 2nd serving before lunch or before bed. * Please refer to packaging for more information. FLAVOUR French Vanilla WEIGHT 500g (20 servings)