Culturelle® Probiotics contain Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (LGG®) the #1 clinically studied probiotic strain†† to help restore good bacteria in the gut. By helping balance your digestive system, our Culturelle® Probiotic supplement supports the balance of good bacteria in your digestive tract where 70% of the immune system resides.See All Products
Below we've broken down the main functions of our Culturelle® Daily Probiotic and the benefits it can provide.
Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG or LGG® the #1 clinically studied probiotic strain†† supports the balance of good bacteria in your digestive tract, helpful for healthy digestion.
Commonly prescribed antibiotics can wipe out healthy bacteria in the gut. Multiple studies have shown that LGG® can help replenish those losses and improve overall digestion.
Culturelle® Probiotic supplement supports the balance of good bacteria in your digestive tract where 70% of the immune system resides.
Culturelle® is a trademark of DSM.
LGG® and the LGG logo are trademarks of Chr. Hansen A/S.
Culturelle® is distributed by i-Health, Inc.© i-Health, Inc. 2018. All rights reserved.
≠ Meets the FDA's guidelines for gluten-free.
≠ ≠ While there are no dairy-derived ingredients in the product, it is produced in a facility that also handles dairy ingredients.
†† Based on the number of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG clinical studies, as of May 2017.
◊ Based on the 2017 Pharmacy Times OTC Survey
Probiotics are live bacteria that are beneficial for digestive and immune health. They help maintain the integrity of the intestinal lining, support proper intestinal motility, and assist in the detoxification process.
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