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Before I took the probiotic spheres, I had digestive issues all the time. I constantly felt weighted down. Now I feel great and my issues are more controlled.

- Amber

PCOS Diva Probiotic Sphere

A powerful probiotic for maintaining overall health*

$37.00 60 spheres

PCOS Diva Probiotic Sphere

$37.00

SKU: PCDPRO-PL
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Probiotics have long been recognized as important partners in maintaining gut health.  Quality probiotics like PCOS Diva Probiotic Sphere can help with food and nutrient assimilation and in stimulating the immune system.* PCOS Diva Probiotic Sphere helps replace your lost natural intestinal tract organisms, providing support for GI health and promoting a healthy immune response. Not only does PCOS Diva Probiotic Sphere help support your overall health, it may be the most effective probiotic on the market due to its revolutionary manufacturing and delivery systems that protect the delicate organisms from being damaged in the process of manufacturing, shipping and in stomach acid.  PCOS Diva Probiotic Sphere may:

  • Promote GI health*
  • Support healthy colon and intestines *
  • Promote healthy immune response and overall health*

**PCOS Diva Probiotic Sphere is shipped in special refrigerated packaging and should be stored in your refrigerator. Refrigeration lengthens the life of the bacteria and improves the effectiveness of the probiotic.  Consider placing your order early in the week to shorten shipping time.

**I suggest rotating your probiotic choice every 6 weeks to vary the bacteria in your system.

I searched long and hard for supplements I could trust to consistently deliver safe and effective high quality nutrients.  I finally found it with one of the most respected nutraceutical companies in the United States.   In fact, they are GMP certified, which means their products are held to the highest quality standards.  I am excited to share this windfall with you.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

A Note About Shipping and Storage:

We ship probiotics in a cooler bag with a cold pack. Upon receipt we recommend that you store our probiotic products under refrigeration.

Our products have been tested following short-term exposure to warm temperatures and have been shown to maintain potency at or above label claim. It is not uncommon during shipping for the ice pack to melt and product to be warm upon receipt. This is not a cause for concern, as our testing has shown that the product will still be good. Other short term exposure to warm temperatures are also not a problem, such as transit from the practitioners office to the patients home without cooler pack, or leaving the product out on the counter for period of time. However, longer-term exposure to warm or hot temperatures and exposure to direct sunlight does cause gradual loss of product potency. For example, probiotics should not be left in a hot car in the sun. Routine storage, both before and after opening, should be in a refrigerator.

Resources and Studies:

1- Hemarajata, Peera, and James Versalovic. “Effects of Probiotics on Gut Microbiota: Mechanisms of Intestinal Immunomodulation and Neuromodulation.” Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology. SAGE Publications, Jan. 2013. Web.

Guarner, F. “Gut Flora in Health and Disease.” Lancet 361.9356 Feb. 2003: 512-519.

“Health Benefits of Taking Probiotics.” The Harvard Medical School Family Health Guide Sept. 2005.

Kopp-Hoolihan, Lori. “Prophylactic and Therapeutic Uses of Probiotics.” Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Elsivier, Inc, Feb. 2001. Web.

Rijkers, Ger T. “Guidance for Substantiating the Evidence for Beneficial Effects of Probiotics: Current Status and Recommendations for Future Research.” The Journal of Nutrition. The Journal of Nutrition, Feb. 2010. Web. 29 May 2015.

Roberfroid, Marcel B. “Prebiotics and Probiotics: Are They Functional Foods?” The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, June 2000. Web. 29 May 2015.

National Institute of Health: https://nccih.nih.gov/health/probiotics

PCOS Diva: Improve Your Health With Probiotics

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