Visbiome is use to help in the management of
- ulcerative colitis,
- hepatic encephalopathy,
Many probioics are not gluten free, however, these are.
Infact, Visbiome is both gluten free and kosher.
It does contain trace amounts of lactose that most people, even those who are lactose intolerant, can use without any negative effect.
More about Visbiome Capsule Bottles
What’s unique about the bottles used for the Visbiome capsules is that they are designed to limit the amount of moisture that enters the bottle and that protects the probiotics.
The capsule bottle contains 60 capsules, which is enough for a 30 day when you are taking of 2 capsules a day. That means that you are taking 225 billion colony forming units a day. Some suggests splitting up the dosage by taking 1 capsule in the morning and 1 at night. However, it’s fine to take 2 capsules in water in the morning or evening.
The capsules are vegetarian, but not vegan.
Some people say that they experience bloating at first. This is temporary and will soon pass.
It is recommended that Visbiome be kept cold. Although it can survive out of the fridge at normal temperatures for quite a while, its best to keep them in the fridge to be sure.