Mariani Probiotic Prunes
A healthy digestive system is one of the keys to overall wellness and feeling great. Probiotics and dietary fiber work together to support a healthy digestive system.
Prunes are naturally a good source of dietary fiber, which helps to keep things moving and acts as a prebiotic, feeding the good probiotic bacteria in your system. GanedenBC30® bacillus probiotic cultures are unique, as they can better survive the harsh environment in the stomach, delivering active cultures 10x more effectively than yogurt!*
Mariani Probiotic Prunes and GanedenBC30® Probiotic Cultures...perfect partners in helping you to achieve overall wellness!
This bag contains about 5 servings!
- Probiotic Cultures (Supports immune health)
- Dietary Fiber (Supports digestive health)
- Antioxidant Vitamins A and E
- Vitamins B6, B12, and Iron
- Prunes Help Support Healthy Bones
- Pitted Dried Plums
- Powered by GanedenBC30® Probiotic Digestive & Immune Health®
- Delivers Active Cultures 10x More Effectively Than Yogurt!*
- 1 Serving a Day Supports Immune & Digestive Health**
- Per 40g Serving
- Fiber 12% DV
- Vitamin A 15% DV
- Vitamin B6 20% DV
- Vitamin B12 20% DV
*As a part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
**In an independent lab study of a simulated gastric environment with a pH of 2.0 for two hours, GanedenBC30® delivered live cells ten times more effectively than common probiotic yogurts.
California Pitted Prunes (Dried Plums), Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCL), Vitamin B12 (as Cyanocobalamin), Vitamin E (as Acetate), Iron (as Ferrous Gluconate), Ascorbic Acid, Sunflower Oil and Bacillus Coagulans Gbi-30 6086.Potassium Sorbate Added as A Preservative
Contains Soybean and its Derivatives. May contain Wheat and Their Derivatives,Soybean and its Derivatives,Milk and its Derivatives,Tree Nuts and Their Derivatives.
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