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Internal/External Microbial Support
Special Dietary Usefulness: Under a physician’s direction, Microbinate® may have special dietary usefulness for promoting healthy response to microbial challenges.
Scientific studies and articles in trade publications have focused attention on how bacterial strains are mutating at a faster rate than our current new antibiotic product development, rendering many bacterial strains resistant to the current antibiotic arsenal. All bacteria treated with conventional antibiotics will develop antibiotic resistance over time. The medical community is increasing physician education about the over prescribing of antibiotics and patients not following through on complete cycles of antibiotics as key contributors to this problem.
Microbinate® combines nature’s most potent and well-researched nutrients into one formulation. Our formulators selected specific ingredient based on researched efficacy:
Microbinate® is designed to promote the body’s healthy response to microbial challenges, internally and externally.
Free of: Corn, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Crustacean Shellfish, Gluten, Dairy, Artificial colors.
* Vegan, Soy-free & GMO-free*
Suggested UseTake one capsule twice per day for the first week, and two capsules twice per day in week two and beyond, or use as directed by your health care professional. For optimal results, take away from meals.
CautionsAvoid if pregnant.
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