Florastor is an all-in-1 probiotic that offers many benefits for your microbiota. It is the only probiotic containing the yeast Saccharomyces boulardii CNCM I-745, a unique probiotic strain studied in over 100 clinical trials and researched worldwide for over 65 years.
A century of improving health with probiotics
While traveling in Indochina in the early 1920s, Henri Boulard, a French microbiologist, noticed the locals drinking a special tea—made from lychee and mangosteen—to help with digestion. Fascinated by the healing properties of these two tropical fruits, Boulard conducted further research and discovered the active ingredient, a yeast, to be what he later calledSaccharomyces boulardii.
S. boulardii was first introduced to the market in 1953 by the French pharmaceutical company, Biocodex. Since then, it has become available in over 100 countries making it the #1 probiotic worldwide.¹⁶
What Makes Florastor® Unique?
Florastor is the ONLY probiotic supplement with Saccharomyces boulardii CNCM I-745, a unique probiotic strain naturally resistant to ANY tested antibiotics.³
When taken at recommended levels, Florastor has been shown to do the following:
Help prevent antibiotic-associated diarrhea in adults⁴
Help reduce the risk of antibiotic-associated diarrhea in children⁵
Help reduce the symptoms related to acute infectious diarrhea in adults⁶
Complete the antibiotic therapy treatment in patients with H.pylori infections
Can withstand the harsh stomach enivronment for a better gut coverage
Florastor is tough enough to withstand the harsh enivronment of stomach acids to provide the intestinal support you want in probiotic. Our exclusive strain has a 10x larger cell size than bacterial probiotics for more gut protection. All Florastor's ingredients are gluten-free, non-GMO, require no refrigeration, and are available in different format.
From mangosteen & lychee
No Refrigeration needed
Available in powder sachet, capsule & vial
Can be taken at anytime, and even while taking antibiotics
Antibiotic Associated diarrhea
Antibiotics can kill bad but also good bacteria found in the gut and dramatically change your gut, leading to long term gut disturbances, an unbalanced gut flora called dysbiosis.
Diarrhea is a common side effect of antibiotic use, signalling a warning from your gut.
Commonly used antibiotic lead to a 25% reduction in Microbial diversity¹⁵
1 out of 3 people experiences antibiotic associated diarrhea but everyone experiences dysbiosis¹⁴
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