It starts right here. Our unique blend contains 50 billion live organisms from seven science-backed strains, including 5 billion powerful saccharomyces boulardii cultures.
What’s in Advanced Biotic Complex?
Say hello to your gut’s new best friends...
Advanced Biotic Complex
Studied in IBS and IBD sufferers
May relieve constipation
May soothe diarrhea
7.5 billion CFU
Lactic acid bacteria
Helps maintain a healthy digestive tract
Studied in IBS and IBD patients
7.5 billion CFU
One of the best-studied friendly bacteria
May help prevent and manage diarrhea
Studied in IBS
Encourages the growth of other friendly bacteria
7.5 billion CFU
Studied in regards to IBD, IBS and diarrhoea
Helps create microbial balance
7.5 billion CFU
Shown to help constipation
Studied in ulcerative colitis
May help reduce risk of infection
7.5 billion CFU
Well-studied in IBS and IBD
May help manage diarrhea
5 billion CFU
Non-pathogenic probiotic yeast
Shown to reduce inflammation of the colon
May be useful in managing and preventing diarrhea
Popularly used in IBS and IBD
Ensures the bacteria is able to reach the gut in an optimal state
Protects ingredients from stomach acid
Allows cultures to start colonising more effectively
Cheap strains that aren’t shown to be clinically effective
Fillers and binders
Artificial additives or colourings
Prebiotics, so it’s suitable for those on a FODMAP diet
Saccharomyces boulardii, Delayed release capsule (Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose), Bifidobacterium animalis subspecies lactis BS01, Bifidobacterium breve BR03, Bifidobacterium infantis BI211, Lactobacillus acidophilus LA02, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, Lactobacillus plantarum LP01.
Features & benefits
A unique blend of 7 powerful strains
Clinically effective dose
No need for multiple products
No cheaper strains allowed
Designed for specific gut health requirements
The Sunday Times
“Next gen gut supplements”
“Developed to support gut health for people suffering from IBD and Irritable Bowel Syndrome”
Country and Townhouse
“Best For Gut Health”
Featured in Harper’s Bazaar
Consult your doctor before use. Some (but not all) patients who are immunocompromised may lack the ability to mount an appropriate response to new bacteria in the gut, which may lead to serious complications.
When you’ve got a specific gut health requirement, finding the right blend of probiotics can involve a lot of guesswork. You may even have to take multiple products to get exactly you need.
The reason for that is simple. Other supplements may mix bacteria with excellent evidence for use with cheaper strains, or they provide a lower dose of bacteria per capsule.
But Inessa Advanced Biotic Complex is different. With 50 billion live organisms per dose, this comprehensive formula contains only the strains of good bacteria that show clinical evidence in benefitting a number of digestive concerns.
It’s also the world’s first multistrain probiotic complex to contain a full therapeutic dose of saccharomyces boulardii organisms. This non-pathogenic probiotic yeast is known to help prevent and manage antibiotic-associated and travellers’ diarrhoea.
Optimal health and wellness? It starts with your gut. This overlooked organ has a huge impact on everything from your immune system to your heart health and even your mood. It’s all thanks to the trillions of bacteria that live there, aiding your digestion and helping to prevent disease.
But everything from your age to your diet and lifestyle can cause the number of good bacteria in your body to dwindle. Taking probiotics may help restore the levels of friendly bacteria in your body. But if you have a specific gut health condition, you may need some extra support.
Give your gut an extra helping hand with a high strength probiotic supplement such as Inessa Advanced Biotic Complex. A blend of some of the most well-researched strains of friendly bacteria in the world, plus a full dose of soothing saccharomyces boulardii organisms, it’s designed for your optimal health and wellness. No guesswork. No need for multiple products.
“As both a Nutritional Therapist and an IBD patient myself, I knew how challenging it was to find an effective solution to specific gut health requirements. I found clients had to combine supplements to get what they needed, which was time-consuming and expensive.
I wanted to ensure our probiotic blend included only strains with clinical evidence to support their use. And we were the first company to combine friendly bacteria with an effective dose of saccharomyces boulardii organisms, something I’m really proud of.”
Yes it is, and it’s free of all major allergens.
Yes, and we’ve gone the extra mile to register it with the Vegan Society.
All the live organisms are in a delayed-release capsule, which not only ensures they survive the acid in your gastro-intestinal tract, but also improves their stability. This means they don’t need to be refrigerated, unless you’re in exceptionally hot conditions.
Although it can be taken by those looking to support general gut health, it’s been designed for specific gut health requirements and as such it’s pretty powerful. For general gut support, try our Advanced Daily Biotic.
While the probiotics it contains are well-tolerated, if you’re generally healthy and eat a nutritious, varied diet, it’s not usually necessary to use live bacteria products on an ongoing basis. We advise supplementing with Inessa Advanced Biotic Complex only at times you need it most, such as when you’re travelling abroad, during or after a course of antibiotics or if you’re recovering from a bug, for example. However, if you have a specific, chronic gut issue such as IBS or IBD, you may benefit from all-year use.
Take one capsule per day or as advised by a healthcare professional. Probiotics are best taken before breakfast, with a cold or room temperature beverage, as live bacteria may be damaged by heat. Although you should take the capsule with a cool beverage, there is no issue with having a hot drink afterwards. If you forget to take it earlier in the day, you can have it with other meals, though we don’t advise taking it after a meal.
Probiotics are deemed safe for most people, but if you are immunocompromised or taking certain types of immunosuppressant medication, you should always check with your doctor first. If you take other types of medication, always check with your doctor or the information leaflet with your medicine(s) for contraindications.