The Swanson Health Products’ Swanson Ultra line has reformulated FemFlora with a new complex of probiotic bacteria with unique benefits.
Fargo, ND (Vocus) May 19, 2010 -- Friendly bacteria may seem like an oxymoron—we have been conditioned to believe that bacteria are harmful and make people sick. The truth is that everyone needs bacteria to survive. Bacteria are responsible for the digestion of food, for cleaning waste from the intestinal track and for producing essential vitamins that everybody needs. Swanson Health Products (SHP) has reformulated the Swanson Ultra FemFlora to address a woman’s complex probiotic needs.
Since many women may benefit from a regularly taken probiotic, FemFlora was developed with Sue Brenan, R.Ph, FemFlora Formulation Consultant, specifically to support women’s health. The new Swanson Ultra FemFlora now contains multiple lactobacilli species (compared to just two probiotic strains in the old formula) to support the flora of the mouth, gastrointestinal tract and vagina.
Probiotics work by assisting in establishing healthy amounts of friendly bacteria, which compete with other bacteria that may exist in the GI tract. The latest research suggests that probiotics work best when taken on a full stomach. The lactic bacteria are sensitive to extreme acidity and their passage through the stomach into the intestine is easier when gastric juices have been neutralized by food.
Swanson Health Products is an industry leader in bringing vitamins direct to consumers at the lowest prices possible. Swanson Health Products, located in Fargo, ND, offers the highest quality vitamins, supplements and natural health care products and is Good Manufacturing Practices certified. Swanson Health Products goes a step beyond its competitors by offering powerful guarantees. All products are backed by a 100% Satisfaction, Money-Back Guarantee and Double the Difference Lowest Price Guarantee. For more information, please visit swansonvitamins.com.
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