The integrity intestinal wall is important to prevent the migration of allergens, toxins, and pathogens from the intestine and into the surrounding tissues and/or the circulatory system. Damage in intestinal wall – such as increased permeability – may lead to various health issues, such as inflammation, gastrointestinal disorders, neurological diseases, and neurodegenerative disorders – some of which may be serious. Therefore, intestinal wall integrity is important to minimizing potential health issues associated with intestinal wall issues.
Probiotic MPF utilizes probiotics, which have been shown to have the ability to protect and restore intestinal permeability, prebiotics for the support of the probiotics, and other nutrients to support healthy levels of inflammation and to support general intestinal health.
Keep bottle tightly closed and refrigerated.
This product will only be shipped if the package delivery date can be CONFIRMED for arrival before the weekend. This product may loose potency over-weekend storage at a distribution center. It is recommended that orders containing this product should be shipped 2-day in order to reduce time in-transit.
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These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
One capsule three times daily
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