Probiotic Supplements FAQS
“Bioculture” refers to a wide range of live organisms, yeasts and bacteria, many of which are naturally present in our bodies, including in the digestive system. People generally take bioculture supplements to promote normal digestive function and a healthy gut.
Biocultures include a number of prepared bacteria that occur naturally in your digestive tract, so many people choose to take bioculture supplements to ensure they maintain the natural balance of bacteria in their gut.
Yes! Biocultures are some of the most popular and widely-consumed nutritional foods available today, sold in supermarkets and stores all around the globe in pills, tablets, drinks and snacks. They’re a great source of nutrition as part of a regular, healthy diet.
Biocultures are generally taken as a daily supplement, so most people enjoy them in the morning with breakfast. You can mix a powder in with your regular shake formula, or swallow a tablet with your morning coffee.
Biocultures are intended to support our digestive systems, and we use our digestive systems every second of every day. So yes, people generally take biocultures every day or for a sustained period of time.
Biocultures are cultures of bacteria that live naturally in your gut and digestive tract. By taking bioculture supplements, you’re supporting your digestion by ensuring healthy levels of biocultures in your body. Put simply, biocultures provide your body with “good” bacteria to help restore and maintain the natural balance of bacteria in your gut.
Biocultures come in a variety of forms, so how you take them depends on the form. Tablets can be swallowed daily with a glass of water. Powders can be mixed on their own, or blended with your favourite shake or smoothie formula.
Biocultures are great for anyone and everyone, especially people who are interested in supporting their digestive system and promoting normal gut function. However, if you suffer from any medically-diagnosed, long-term health issues, particularly any which affect digestion or bowel activity, you should consult with your doctor or medical professional before taking bioculture supplements.
A healthy gut microbiome populated with friendly bacteria can play a vital role in many aspects of your health and wellbeing, most notably digestive health.
Many lifestyle factors can affect your gut flora, including high stress levels, poor quality sleep, consuming too many highly processed foods, and taking antibiotics. This, in turn, may affect other aspects of your life and health. Some of the clear signs of an unhealthy gut may include gas and bloating, sleep disturbances, skin irritation, and food intolerances.
There are many simple strategies to implement into your daily life that can help keep your microbiome healthy, such as regular exercise, eating a healthy diet, mindful eating practices, eating more fibre, drinking more water, including more fermented foods in your diet, and taking probiotics.
We sell a selection of live bacteria supplements, such as our best-seller Complete Bio-Culture™, Veganbiotic, and PRO CULTURE™ that all support digestion and overall gut health.
The best probiotic supplements
Our best-selling, premium preparation of biocultures, prepared in a stable form designed to work with your body’s natural digestive processes. Lactospore® Tablets are a convenient way to increase your bioculture intake without added hassle. Lactospore® is one of the highest quality biocultures on the market today, and with these tablets you can simply swallow with your morning shake, or wash down with a cup of water.
Our customers love our Complete Bio-Culture™ because it’s a simple, easy way to promote day-to-day health, providing 5 biocultures as well as 3 kinds of digestive enzymes to promote healthy digestive function. Because it has added digestive enzymes, it doesn’t just support your gut; it also provides enzymes that help to break down your regular food and get the most nutrition possible out of every meal.
We’re really proud of our Veganbiotic, which provides a blend of 16 vegan-friendly biocultures as well as Inulin, a dietary fibre that’s commonly found in pulses and helps support normal digestive function. You can take them twice a day as instructed, or you can even open the capsules up and tip the contents into your regular smoothie.