Gives Biome 100

Biome 100 is a dietary supplement that contains 50 Billion live cultures per serving from 18 robust and diverse strains.

– Contains NutraFlora® FOS, a prebiotic fiber that supports the growth and survival of good bacteria in the gut.

– Contains CoreBiome® Tributyrin, a postbiotic fiber that improves absorption of probiotics.

– Formulated in delayed veggie capsules designed to get the probiotics through the stomach acid, and into the small intestine; where they are most beneficial.

– Vegan-friendly, Non-GMO, Gluten Free, Soy Free, Contains soil-based probiotics

– Shelf-stable for 2 years so there is no need for refrigeration

Biome 100® is an advance probiotics formula:

  • Promotes a balanced gut microbiome
  • Encourages normal digestive functioning
  • Stimulates healthy immune response

About Gives Biome 100

How does probiotics help maintain a healthy gut?

One of the most important components of the human GI tract is its microbiome which consists of thousands of bacterial strains and numbering in the trillions. This community of microorganisms is necessary for healthy digestion because it facilitates the conversion and absorption of vital nutrients. Gut microbiome also acts as a protective layer against corrosive acids, pathogens, and toxins [2, 5,16].

Unfortunately, stressors such as aging, environmental contaminants, diet, stress, and medication can destabilized a gut microbiome [1]. For example, the frequent use of antibiotics against harmful bacteria also decrease the number of good bacteria in the GI tract [3]. Even more, particular diets can also impact gut microbiome in a negative way. For instance, the frequent consumption of high saturated fat adversely affects gut microbiome by promoting the growth of harmful bacteria [13].

Fortunately, probiotics or beneficial live bacteria from food and supplements can help reestablish a healthy gut microbiome. Fermented food such as yogurt and kefir are a good source of beneficial bacteria [3]. For a standardized quantity and specific strains of probiotics, dietary supplements are a good option.  Gut bacteria also thrives on prebiotics such as fiber, so regularly consuming probiotics with prebiotics can support a healthy gut [4].

How to take Biome 100? Each bottle comes with 30 easy-to-swallow capsules per bottle. We recommend taking 1 capsule daily, 20-30 minutes before your meals.*

Why Choose Biome 100

Unmatched 1-Year Refund Policy

1 Month Supply

1 Bottle

$49/ per bottle

6 Months Supply

32% Discount

$33/ per bottle

3 Months Supply

20% Discount

$39/ per bottle

The quality of this formula has been confirmed using an independent laboratory that ensures its label accuracy, high quality and consistency of each batch. PureNature offers a 1-year full refund policy. If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, do not hesitate to contact 24/7 customer service by dialing 1-888-457-6441 with dedicated customer service agents to address your concerns. 



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