Supports Your Immune System
Improves Digestive Health
Helps Reduce Gut and Bowel Problems
Improves Nutrient Absorption
Helps Maintain Overall Gut Health
Formulated with 10 strains of beneficial probiotic and 3 digestive enzymes, Performance Probiotic supports your immune system by increasing the number of friendly bacteria in your gut, helping to improve your digestion.
A Healthier Gut Means a Healthier You
Your gut is exposed to many different pathogens from the environment and your food on a daily basis. The “good” bacteria inside your gut is what protects you and keeps you from getting sick. About 70% of the cells that make up your immune system are inside your gut, which means the microflora inside play a vital role in keeping you healthy.
Improve Your Digestive and Immune Health
Your gut health and immune health are very closely interlinked, with research proving that probiotics can boost your immune system. Taking a daily probiotic like COA’s Performance Probiotic will keep your healthy gut bacteria in balance and help strengthen your body’s defence against illness.
Improve Your Skin Health
Some skin problems can be caused by an imbalance in gut bacteria and poor digestion. Poor health on the inside of your body can reflect on the outside in the form of unhealthy skin. Along with a healthy, balanced diet, taking a daily probiotic may help improve any skin conditions you have.
Performance Probiotic contains a 10 strain blend to support your gastrointestinal tract with 20 billion probiotic bacteria. 2 billion of each of the following strains: Lactobacillus acidophilus, L. casei, L. paracasei, L. rhamnosus, L. plantarum, L. fermentum, Bifidobacterium longum, B. bifidum, B. breve and Sacchromyces Boulardii.
Performance Probiotic contains Inulin derived from Chicory, and FOS as fertilizers for the good bacteria. These key ingredients support the growth of bacteria that are associated with improving bowel function and general health.
Performance Probiotic was formulated with 3 different enzymes. Lipase aids digestion of fats to their smaller fatty acid components. Amylase breaks down carbohydrates and starches into sugar. Lastly Protease breaks down proteins into amino acids.
Vitamin D, commonly known as the ‘sunshine vitamin’, regulates the absorption of calcium and phosphate in your body. It supports bones, teeth, muscles and helps maintain your immune system.