So help it find harmony with a clinical strength biotic. Each delayed-release capsule bursts with 10 billion live Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG bacteria, the well-researched strain that’s recommended by the experts.
What’s in Advanced Daily Biotic?
Give your gut some good guys
Advanced Daily Biotic
Give your gut some good guys
10 billion colony forming units (CFU)
– Studied in IBS and IBD
– Resistant to stomach acid and bile
– Excellent adhesion to gut wall
– May help maintain a health digestive tract
– May support immunity and skin health
– Amino acid
– Vital nutrient for the intestines
– Helps rebuild and repair
– Suitable for those following the low FODMAP diet
– 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
– Major allergens
– Fillers and binders
– Artificial additives or colourings
– Prebiotics, so it’s suitable for those on a FODMAP diet
Capsule Shell (Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Gellan Gum), L-Glutamine, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, Bamboo Silica
Features & benefits
Contains the world’s best-studied strain
A bacterial superhero
Clinically relevant dose
Designed for daily use
Optimal wellness now and in the future
“The most clinically researched probiotic”
“Best UK Probiotics 2019”
Probably the best probiotics I've used. Consistently help my digestion and make me feel confortable throughout the day
Since taking the Daily Advanced Biotic my stomach has no longer been in those IBS twists and knots. I went through a phase of having embarrassingly uncomfortable episodes when out which I simply don't have any more.
I’ve been trying several different pro-biotic products. This one if by far the best.
Great product and great results. Gentle on the stomach too. What I find extremely useful is that the tablets don’t need to be keep in a fridge. Perfect if you are travelling.
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.
From the antibiotics we use to fight infection, to the antibacterial sprays we use in our home, we’re used to waging war against bacteria. Yet all that’s changing as we become ever more familiar with the 100 trillion microbes that call us home.
These bacteria are concentrated in our gut and their balance can affect everything from our immune system to our mood. Studies consistently link the profile of our gut microbiome to our overall health, so what can we do to lend the good guys a hand?
Taking an extensively studied probiotic in its most effective dose can support your optimal wellness. Inessa’s Advanced Daily Biotic provides 10 billion live Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG cultures in each capsule, giving you just the right amount of one of the best-studied strains of good bacteria in the world.
Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG was first isolated in the 1980s, and since then there’s been more than 760 scientific publications and 260 clinical studies on just this one strain of friendly bacteria alone. Nearly 40 years of research has consistently shown Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG to be safe and effective, and now it’s well-known for its resistance to stomach acid, growth characteristics and its ability to adhere to the gut wall.
Our delayed-release capsules improve their survival rate even further, meaning more good bacteria will reach where you need them most.
Eating plenty of fermented food and prebiotic fibres from fruit and vegetables is a great step towards tending to your microbiota. But there are times when making changes to your diet is not enough.
Everything from your age and stress levels to the medication you’re taking can affect the number of good bacteria in your body. And, when the natural balance of good bacteria is disturbed, it’s not just your digestive system that can suffer.
Gut health has been shown to influence everything from our skin health to our moods. It’s also vital to our body’s defences because the gut wall houses 70 percent of the cells that make up the immune system.
Adding a daily probiotic supplement to your wellness routine may help restore the levels of friendly bacteria in your body, supporting your optimal health from top to toe.
“There are many types of biotic products available. But whilst this particular strain was making waves in the nutrition industry and already a best-seller in the US, nobody was selling it in the UK. In fact, when I was diagnosed with IBD, I had to buy from abroad to take it for myself.
When we launched our own Daily Biotic, it was clear that it had to be Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG. There’s an industry buzz about it for a reason - it really is the probiotic gold standard, supported by wealth of evidence and research.
I prefer live bacteria products to be encapsulated in ‘direct release’ capsules. These bypass stomach acid and bile – both of which can destroy the cultures – to deliver the good bugs to your gut, where they can be most effective.”
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.
We include a significant amount of live bacteria over the 10 billion live cultures claimed. This is good industry practice to ensure that there is still the right amount of live bacteria in the capsule at the date of expiry. It means our product may still be effective for many months after the best before date.
There are some who argue that taking a biotic daily can be helpful for maintaining a healthy immune system. Others believe they are only beneficial for temporary and long-term digestive disturbances, along with certain chronic health problems.
For individuals who don’t have any particular health concerns, regularly eating a wide variety of plant foods and including fermented foods naturally rich in probiotics such as live yoghurt, sauerkraut, pickles or kombucha may be sufficient.
However, healthy individuals who are travelling abroad, taking certain medications such as antibiotics, or suffering from a tummy bug can benefit from probiotics taken for a couple of weeks before and after. Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG has been shown to be of particular benefit.
IBS is a complex health condition with symptoms that vary from person to person. Triggers vary, and may include everything from diet and dysbiosis to stress and lifestyle. The condition seems to be on the increase with many people being affected to varying degrees. Research has shown that probiotics such as Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG can play a part in relieving these symptoms.
Although this product can be used by those looking to support specific gut health requirements, our multi-strain Advanced Biotic Complex may be more beneficial to your needs.
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 Daily Biotic 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 you may benefit from all-year use.
Most people are able to take probiotics without any side effects, however it’s always best to start off slowly if you’ve never tried live bacteria products. You can open up the capsule and take a quarter or half of the contents mixed in a cold drink or yoghurt for a couple of weeks before increasing the dose.
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 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.