Floradapt Intensive GI


Floradapt™ Intensive GI (IGI) is an IP-protected and patented probiotic formula developed for promoting gut health. It provides a significant improvement in the Quality of Life scores thanks to an innovative Mechanism of Action. It supports GI balance and gut homeostasis, supporting regularity. Its formulation contains three clinical strains, and there has been a published clinical trial (randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled design).

IGI helps maintain healthy gut microbiome and promotes diversity of microbiome. These targeted strains showed a robust capability to survive under harsh gastrointestinal tract (GI) conditions, including exposures to acids and bile. In addition, these specific strains were demonstrated to adhere to intestinal epithelial cells. In terms of GI Tract, the strains showed a particular ability to strengthen the gut barrier and promote gut comfort.

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