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Get 10% off your Probiotic when you add Perfect Pass Prebiotic to your basket. Place both items in your basket to automatically receive the discount. No coupon needed.
- Magnify the strength of your probiotics
- Just add to water - no taste, no odor
- Reduce inflammation and help repair gut damage
- Made from PHGG Partially Hydrolized Guar Gum that is guaranteed to have no side effects like Inulin & FOS or feed bad bacteria.
Primal Defense 216 the same price as the Primal Defense 180's in the store.
Garden of Life Primal Defense - 216 caps
Primal Defense is a natural blend of 12 species of probiotics and Homeostatic Soil Organisms (HSOs), utilizing the Poten-Zyme process and delivered within a whole food matrix.
The HSO probiotic blend in Primal Defense helps support normal gastrointestinal balance of good and potentially harmful bacteria to help maintain a balanced, healthy internal environment, and maximizes the benefits of a healthy diet by supporting normal absorption and assimilation of nutrients in the gut.
Primal Defense is Vegetarian and Gluten Free.
Primal Defense is created using the following probiotic species or their enzymes:
Adults take 1 caplet 3 times per day with 8 oz of water or juice.
Begin with 1 caplet per day and gradually increase to suggested amount.
Best taken on an empty stomach.
|Primal Defense probiotic supplement has been awarded the Diabetes Resource Center's "Seal of Approval" as a beneficial food for diabetic consumption.|
|Primal Defense||Isolated Probiotics|
|Contains Whole Foods||Contains NO Whole Foods|
|Contains Fermented Ingredients||Contains NO Fermented Ingredients|
|Contains HSOs||Contains NO HSOs|
|Contains Mineral Based Prebiotics||Contains NO Mineral Based Prebiotics|
|Contains multiple strains of beneficial |
probiotics and their food sources
|Does NOT contain beneficial probiotics |
and their food sources
|NO need to be refrigerated||Need to be refrigerated|
July 2005 - Jenny M writes - the Garden of Life product Primal Defense that I have been ordering .............has been a life change for me. I am now able to eat foods that I have not been able to eat for a long time. It has really been a help to my digestive system and I am so pleased with this product and am recommending it almost daily to people that can see that I am doing so much better now. Thank you for such a great product.
|Why Primal Defense? |
What are HSOs?
What are Probiotics?
How does Primal Defense compare with other probiotics?
Primal Defense is used by Healthy People to Maintain Optimal Digestion
- Primal Defense HSO Probiotic Formula is the number 1 selling Probiotic in the Natural Products Industry
- Unlike other probiotics, the key probiotics in Primal Defense can thrive in the toughest digestive environments and are undeterred by stomach and bile acids
- Select ingredients in Primal Defense are produced through the Garden of Life proprietary Poten-Zyme fermentation process which makes the nutrients more available to the body
*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.
Primal Defense is the only probiotic formula that contains a unique fermented whole food blend with Homeostatic Soil Organisms (HSOs). The HSOs in Primal Defense are important probiotics you would get in abundance if your food came from soil untouched by pesticides, herbicides and other widely used chemicals. To replenish the valuable probiotics our pasteurized, irradiated and disinfected food no longer provide, Primal Defense includes 12 species of hardy beneficial microorganisms in the form of the HSO Probiotic Blend.
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