hardcore iv wrote:Another product that looks promising, but not confirmed to be 100% vegan, is Dr. Ohhira's OM-X 100 Probiotic. This is made from vegetables that are fermented with lactic acid derived from tempeh and it looks to be of pretty good quality with 12 strains of bacteria. I don't know about the quantities though.
spanna wrote:Im taking a pro biotic made by a company called Metagenics. Ultra Flora Restore-Dairy Free
Thank you for your recent enquiry about our probiotics in the Ethical Nutrient Range. Unfortunately we do not have a probiotic that does not have some form of animal/human ingredient used at some stage of manufacturing process. Likewise, most strains of probiotics that are therapeutic in nature are of human origin. All I could suggest is that you keep your eye out for a prebiotic (such as arabinogalanctans derived from the larch tree). Prebiotics are a super food source for your good bacteria and by using a prebiotic you may be able to boost the number of your own endogenous good bacteria in the gut.
Thanks for your question.
The strains used in Inner Health Plus are Lactobacillus acidophilus NCFM and Bifidobacteria lactis Bi-07. These strains are entirely fermented on barley rootlets, corn and potato extracts, making Inner Health Plus a vegetarian and vegan product.
UltraFlora Plus also includes Lactobacillus acidophilus LGG, a strain which requires meat extract and casein (from dairy) during manufacture as a fermentation nutrient, however there is none present in the final product, as they are entirely consumed by fermentation, making the final raw product dairy free.
Health World Ltd manufactures and bottles these products on site in Brisbane, where absolutely no animal testing performed.
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