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Antibiotic Support & Post Antibiotic Support

Antibiotic Support & Post Antibiotic Support

Antibiotic Side Effect Relief

Meet your gut's new best friends: The Good Bug Antibiotic Support & Post Antibiotic Support. Antibiotics don't just fight off the bad bacteria; they can wipe out the good ones, too. Our probiotic supplements are here to ensure those good bugs get a helping hand, keeping your gut happy. Beginning with our Antibiotic Support, this formula combines Saccharomyces boulardii CNCM I-3799 with other clinically researched probiotic strains and B-vitamins, effectively reducing the risk of diarrhea and promoting a balanced gut while on antibiotics. Following your course of antibiotics, our Post-Antibiotic Support steps in with the most researched probiotic Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and other scientifically validated strains and B-vitamins, to restore the beneficial bacteria your body needs.
Helps reduce antibiotic associated diarrhea
Supports beneficial gut bacteria
Helps restore gut flora post antibiotic use
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Impact of antibiotics on your gut health

Discover how antibiotics can disturb the balance of gut bacteria, adversely affecting gut health.

  • Antibiotics are powerful medicines used to fight bacterial infections, but they can have a side effect: they disrupt the delicate balance of your gut health. While antibiotics target harmful bacteria causing the infection, they also unintentionally eliminate many of the beneficial bacteria that live in your digestive system. These good bacteria play a crucial role in digestion, support the immune system, and protect against other harmful bacteria.
  • When this balance is disturbed, it can lead to issues like antibiotic-associated diarrhea, bloating, and even more serious gut conditions. This is where probiotics come in. Probiotics are supplements containing strains of beneficial bacteria similar to those normally found in your gut. Taking probiotics during and after antibiotic treatment can help restore the natural balance of your gut flora, reducing the risk of negative side effects and promoting a healthy digestive system. Understanding this connection highlights why incorporating probiotics with antibiotics can be beneficial for maintaining optimal gut health.

You need it if you are-

  • Taking Antibiotics
  • Experiencing Side Effects
  • Concerned about Gut Flora
  • Seeking Gut Support
  • Interested in Science-Backed solutions

Addressing the root cause is key to resolving these problems with our Antibiotic Support and Post Antibiotic Support.

Antibiotics do not differentiate between harmful and beneficial bacteria in the gut, leading to an imbalance that may cause side effects such as diarrhea and bloating. Our Antibiotic Support and Post Antibiotic Support probiotic supplements are contain B vitamins and clinically researched probiotics, crafted to counteract these disruptions. They aim to mitigate the effects during antibiotic treatment and restore gut balance afterwards. Through this strategic approach, we support a healthy microbiome, enhancing beneficial bacteria and maintaining gut equilibrium. This scientifically supported method tackles the underlying issue, promoting optimal gut health.

The Antibiotic Support and Post Antibiotic Support probiotics work synergistically to protect and restore gut health during and after antibiotic treatment:

Antibiotic Use Phase:
Saccharomyces boulardii prevents and reduces diarrhea by binding pathogens, supporting the immune system, and maintaining the gut bacteria.Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains colonize the gut outcompete harmful pathogens for nutrients thereby maintaining beneficial bacteria balance, mitigating antibiotics' negative impact.B Vitamins (B12, B3, B9, B6) enhance digestive health and energy metabolism, supporting gut resilience.

Post-Antibiotic Phase:
Same probiotic strains replenish the gut's beneficial bacteria, promoting a healthy microbiome recovery. Continued B Vitamin support aids in gut healing and metabolic function, ensuring a smooth transition back to health.Together, this approach ensures minimal disruption during antibiotic therapy and a strong recovery afterward, with B vitamins enhancing the body's overall wellness. This combo offers a complete solution for maintaining gut health, leveraging scientifically backed ingredients for effective protection and restoration.

Antibiotic Support and Post Antibiotic Support probiotics will work best if it is accompanied by health and lifestyle choices.

Effective gut health thrives on a healthy lifestyle. Key considerations include:

Balanced Diet:
Opt for fiber-rich foods, lean proteins, and plenty of vegetables to nourish your gut.

Probiotic Foods:
Incorporate yogurt, kefir, and fermented foods to boost beneficial bacteria.

Limit Sugar and Processed Foods:
Reduces bad bacteria and inflammation in the gut.

Regular Exercise:
Enhances gut motility and the diversity of gut microbiota.

Adequate Sleep:
Critical for gut health restoration and immune function.

Stress Management:
High stress levels can negatively impact your gut; practice relaxation techniques.

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Saccharomyces boulardii CNCM I 3799 

Help mitigate antibiotic-associated side effects by preserving gut barrier function, reducing inflammation, and preventing the overgrowth of harmful pathogens that can lead to antibiotic-associated diarrhea.

MicrobacTM Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (ATCC 53103) 

Can counteract antibiotic-related disturbances by exerting antimicrobial effects and producing anti-toxin substances, helping to maintain a balanced gut microbiota.

Lactobacillus acidophilus

Aids in recovery from antibiotic use by adhering to the intestinal lining and improving the gut's barrier function, thereby correcting imbalance (dysbiosis) and protecting against infection-related disruptions.

Bifidobacterium longum

Helps maintain gut health during antibiotic treatment by blocking harmful pathogens from colonizing the gastrointestinal tract, supporting a balanced microbial environment.

Vitamin B12

Associated with gut microbiome outcomes, including diversity, relative abundance of bacteria, functional capacity, or short-chain fatty acids production which can be supportive in mitigating antibiotic-related gut disturbances.

Vitamin B3

Supports gut health during antibiotic use by maintaining normal intestinal balance, reducing inflammation, and boosting the production of protective antimicrobial peptides in the gut.

Vitamin B9

Can enhance the richness and diversity of the gut bacterial community, helping to counteract the potential reduction in microbial diversity often associated with antibiotic treatments.

Vitamin B6

Serves as an essential nutrient for gut microbiota, supporting their growth and function, which is vital for maintaining a healthy gut environment and mitigating the negative effects of antibiotics on the microbial balance.

A clear sign that there is imbalance in certain species in your microbiome and the digestive process in not in great shape. This imbalance could have occurred over a period of time due to various factors including poor diet, high sugar levels, antibiotics, stress or even genetics.

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What is Antibiotic Support?

Antibiotic Support is a health supplement intended for use during antibiotic treatment. It's designed to mitigate the impact of antibiotics on gut flora over a 5-day period with probiotics and vitamins that support digestive health and immune function.

What is Post Antibiotic Support?

Post Antibiotic Support is a health supplement intended for use post antibiotic treatment. It's designed to mitigate the impact of antibiotics on gut flora over a 25-day period with probiotics and vitamins that support digestive health and immune function.

What's the difference between Antibiotic Support and Post Antibiotic Support?

Antibiotic Support is taken during your antibiotic course to protect your gut's beneficial bacteria from antibiotic disruption. Post Antibiotic Support follows your antibiotic treatment to replenish and balance your gut flora, aiding in recovery and gut health restoration.

When should I start taking Antibiotic Support and Post Antibiotic Support?

Begin Antibiotic Support on the first day of your antibiotic treatment. After completing the antibiotic course, immediately switch to Post Antibiotic Support to continue supporting your gut health.

Can I take Antibiotic Support with any antibiotic?

Yes, Antibiotic Support is formulated to work alongside a broad spectrum of antibiotics. For optimal effectiveness, take probiotics at least 2 hours after antibiotics to maximize absorption.

Can Antibiotic Support and Post Antibiotic Support prevent antibiotic-associated diarrhea?

Yes, Antibiotic Support and Post Antibiotic Support can help prevent antibiotic-associated diarrhea. These health supplements contain probiotics specifically chosen for their ability to help maintain and restore the balance of gut flora, which can be disrupted by antibiotic use. By supporting the gut's microbial balance, these probiotics can effectively reduce the risk of developing antibiotic-associated diarrhea.

What is the difference between a probiotic and an antibiotic?

Probiotics are beneficial live bacteria that promote digestive and immune health. Antibiotics are medications used to treat infections by eliminating harmful bacteria but can also affect beneficial bacteria. Supplementing with probiotics during antibiotic treatment helps maintain gut health.

Are there any side effects of Antibiotic Support and Post Antibiotic Support?

These health supplements are usually well-tolerated; however, some individuals might experience minor side effects like bloating or gas. Severe reactions should prompt discontinuation and consultation with a healthcare provider.

Is Saccharomyces boulardii a probiotic?

Yes, Saccharomyces boulardii is a highly researched friendly yeast, acting as a probiotic for over 50 years. It supports gut health and can help manage occasional diarrhea.