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For over a decade this superior product has provided selected beneficial microflora to the intestinal tract for the purpose of replenishing needed friendly flora to promote intestinal health. Packaged in individual sachets with a pleasant lemon taste, Threelac fits conveniently into your active lifestyle. ThreeLac is a powerful probiotic formulation of three potent microflora in a lemon-powder base.

Probiotics are a valuable part of a healthy diet, and may play an important role in sustaining overall intestinal health. The prevalence of intestinal imbalances makes a focus on probiotics essential. Prevention of imbalance before it occurs is clearly the better alternative. Probiotics may be a safe, cost-effective, “natural” approach that may help act as a barrier against microbial infection.

Benefits of Ideal Intestinal Micro-Flora

Friendly flora perform a number of constructive functions in the intestinal tract. One main function is to help prevent occasional good/bad flora imbalance. The “good” flora do this by crowding out the “bad” in the intestinal tract. Some common indicators of flora imbalance may be:

  • Melancholy
  • Anxiety
  • Irritability
  • Relief of occasional heartburn
  • Relief of occasional indigestion
  • Lethargy
  • Food and environmental allergies
  • Lactose intolerance
  • Acne
  • Dry skin
  • Itching
  • Occasional jock itch
  • Vaginal health

ThreeLac Active Ingredients

Bacillus coagulans: A probiotic organism that may help control occasional digestion and stomach problems.
Bacillus subtilis: A probiotic organism that may help crowd out “bad” flora in the intestines.
Enterococcus faecalis: The Enterococci constitute a major genus within the lactic acid bacteria group, and exists naturally in the human digestive tract. This effective probiotic bacteria is the result of formulation under strict laboratory conditions.

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