VSL is a medical food that is very effective for reducing symptoms of gut complaints that are associated with inflammation, diarrhea, constipation, bloating and gas.
VSL#3 Probiotic 450 Billion Bacteria - 10 packVSL1000
VSL#3 Probiotic 450 Billion Bacteria - 10 pack
Shipping Weight: 0.75 pounds
VSL#3 probiotic-mixture shows help to reduce gut inflammation
•High-potency probiotic with 450 billion live bacteria per packet.
•These bacteria adhere to the walls of the GI tract and form a barrier which protects the inner layer of the gut from bad bacteria and other toxic substances that can cause inflammation.
•The unique blend of beneficial bacteria in VSL#3® works by colonising the gastrointestinal tract with good bacteria, helping sustain a favorable balance of bacteria in the gut. Maintaining a favorable balance of beneficial bacteria helps keep the bad bacteria at bay.
Contains 10 packets.
COMPOSITION PER PACKET OF VSL#3Lactic Acid Bacteria: - 450 billion/packet
Other Ingredient contained in VSL3: Lactic acid bacteria, maltose, natural flavorings, silicon dioxide
Instructions for Use of Probiotic VSL#3VSL#3 probiotics can be mixed in yogurt, ice cream, apple sauce or any other cold food or non-carbonated drink. Stir contents and ingest immediately.
VSL#3 should not be mixed or taken with hot foods or hot drinks because the high heat inactivate the lactic acid bacteria.
VSL#3 is different from other lactic acid bacteria preparations in:
- number of bacteria
- number and type of strains
- clinically proven efficacy
Suggested Use of VSL#3:1-4 packets daily
Open Packet of VSL3 and stir contents into yogurt, apple sauce or any other cold food or non-carbonated drink.
VSL#3 packets should not be mixed with or taken with hot drinks or foods, as the heat can inactivate the bacteria.
Packets should be refrigerated (39-46 degress F 4-8 degress C)
Please note:VSL#3 is only shipped on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings unless Overnight or Second Day Air is selected
NO Thursday OR Friday shipping.
THIS PRODUCT MAY NOT BE RETURNED.
Storage: VSL#3 may be stored at room temperature (77° F) for up to two weeks without adversely affecting potency. All types of VSL#3 should be refrigerated (36-46° F or 2-8° C).
Shelf Life: 2 years from manufacturing date when stored properly (36-46° F or 2-8° C)
I can't understand why GI specialists don't recommend this probiotic to ALL their patients. - Anonymous
VSL3 works like a charm - don't be fooled by dos who say probiotics don't help crohns - they do - these DO - I vouch for that - great price!. - Anonymous
I started taking VSL3 when my doctor didn't know what to do with me any more. - Anonymous
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In the human body, the digestive tract is a crucial organ for processing nutrients and for the functioning of the immune system. The gut is not sterile; in fact, it is colonized by thousands of billions of bacteria. Most of the over 400 different bacterial speicies found in the gut are considered friendly because they contribute to the overall health of the intestinal tract and the body in general.
The balance between the various bacterial species present in the gut can be upset by lifestyle changes, including the food we eat, use of anti-inflammatories, antibiotic use, chemotherapy agents and other factors like stress and radiation.
The signs associated with gut bacterial imbalace may include:
- bloating and distension,
- bad breath,
- malodorous stools,
- malabsorption associated with lactose intolerance or carbohydrate intolerance,
- inflammation from: antibiotic-associated diarrhea, traveller's diarrhea, digestive conditions relating to the stomach, small intestine, colon and rectum.
Recent research suggests that reestablishing the balance between the number and proportion of different bacterial species present in the gastrointestinal tract can normalize the permeability, motility, metabolism, immune response and other functions of the gut. One natural way to achieve this goal is by ingesting adequate number of selected species of lactic acid bacteria (i.e. Lactobacilli, Streptococcus) and Bifidobacteria.