Product features

  • 7 day course for use after antibiotics
  • High potency friendly bacteria
  • 21 billion probiotics per capsule

Product description

Your digestive tract is naturally home to a variety of friendly bacteria. These bacteria help to keep your body healthy by neutralising some of the toxic by products of digestion as well as preventing harmful bacteria and yeasts from setting up home within the intestines; often simply by not allowing them the space they need on the intestinal wall. In addition, they synthesize Vitamins B and K, help stimulate the digestive process, aid the absorption of nutrients and maintain the body's natural defenses. The antibiotics we take do not discriminate between ‚àö‚à´good' and ‚àö‚à´bad' bacteria that cause infection and disease and kill both types equally effectively. Unfortunately ‚àö‚à´bad' bacteria often return before ‚àö‚à´good' bacteria have had a chance to recover, causing infection or illness. Sona AfterBiotic is a supplement designed to restore the natural intestinal flora after a course of antibiotics, thus giving the ‚àö‚à´good' bacteria a chance to grow faster, preventing the ‚àö‚à´bad' bacteria from taking hold again.

  • Suitable for

    Coeliac Suitable, Diabetic Suitable, Pregnancy Suitable and Vegetarian Suitable.

  • Warnings and cautions

    N/A

  • How to use

    Adults: After your course of antibiotics, take TWO capsules daily for 3 days and then ONE capsule for each day thereafter. Take one hour after a meal when stomach acid is at its lowest. Do not consume with hot or acidic drinks. May be mixed with water, milk, yoghurt, etc. Do not exceed recommended dosage. Store at ambient temperature below 25 C, out of direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children. A supplement is not a replacement for a healthy diet.

  • Ingredients

    Maltodextrin, Bacterial cultures (may contain milk and soy ingredients), Capsule shell (Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose, Titanium dioxide), Inulin, Anti-caking agent (Vegetable magnesium stearate), Antioxidant (Ascorbic acid).