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Shaklee Optiflora Prebiotic and Probiotic Complex System for Intestinal Health


Gluten-free prebiotics and probiotics are a must for celiacs.

I have been taking probiotic supplements for a long time, but nothing has worked as well for me as Shaklee Optiflora Two-Product System with Prebiotic & Probiotic. Every since I started Shaklee's gluten-free prebiotics and probiotics I feel so much different--I feel like I have more energy.

This is a high quality system that is designed to provide needed support for our digestive tracts.  According to Shaklee the Optiflora Probiotic Complex uses a "patented triple layer encapsulation technology to protect live probiotics and guarantee their delivery into the intestine,"  which can enhance energy levels and provide excellent support for our bodies.

Shaklee Optiflora Probiotic Complex contains bifidus and acidophilus, which support long-term intestinal and colon health. For those with celiac disease or other digestive issues high quality probiotics like these are a must.

Shaklee Optiflora Prebiotic Complex is intended to provide a welcome environment for the friendly, beneficial bacteria that live and work in the colon.

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Due to the positive response my body has had to these products I plan to continue taking them long term.

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Melissa
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03 Dec 2010 11:38:49 PM PDT
I've been taking these lately, but only on occasion since I wanted to make them last. I wonder if I should be taking them daily or if it really doesn't matter.

I'm also a big fan of Shaklee's Cinch Vanilla meal shakes. And when I had to go gluten free this year, I was pleased to find that Shaklee labels their gluten free products. In fact, only 6 of their vitamins contain gluten.

I fought low blood sugar and brain fog for years before going GF by using their shakes and Cinch meal bars. Their websites are so informative and I have fond memories of my mother listening to testimonies on Shaklee tapes and the rationale behind supplementation. Just cannot say enough good about this company!

 
Srg
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11 Mar 2012 11:33:57 AM PDT
I have been using the Shaklee Pre/Probiotic system for a few weeks now. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease about 7 months ago and am hoping to get good results with this stuff. I have been taking Shaklee vitamins for years...great company!




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