Did you know that our gastrointestinal tract is home to 100 trillion bacteria? Scientists now agree that “good bacteria” are essential to human health, providing a first line of defense from pathogens and unwanted germs. Puori SB3 (formerly PurePharma SB3) supplies your gut with a mix of good bacteria and fiber as well as vitamin C
Puori SB3 contains at least 13 billion live bacteria that will thrive alongside your gut’s existing bacteria. We made this supplement with two of the most well-documented bacteria strains: Bifidobacterium BB-12® and Lactobacillus fermentum PCC®. We added vitamin C to the mix because of its properties that help support the immune system.
The Puori difference
No need to worry about refrigerating — each dose is in an individual pack that contains freeze-dried powder so you can take it wherever you go. With a fresh cranberry taste and natural sweetness from the prebiotic fibers, it’s great mixed in a smoothie or straight from the stick.
Every SB3 stick contains 13 billion live good bacteria from some of the world's most well documented strains: BB-12® and PCC®.
Our unique blend of indigestible fibers pass through your stomach without being processed. They function as food for good bacteria so you get the most of your SB3 supplement.
Each SB3 serving contains 200mg of vitamin C, giving you an antioxidant boost to fight off the cell damage caused by daily wear and tear.
You have 3-5 lbs of bacteria in your digestive system and good bacteria serve as the body's inner line of defense. They help your digestion and support the immune system by fighting the "bad" bacteria in the intestine.
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that works in your cells as a powerful antioxidant to repair some of the damage that occurs from daily wear and tear. Also, vitamin C contributes to the normal function of the immune system.
Exercise has been shown to be beneficial for the gut biome. It improves diversity and number of bacteria in the gut, however high intensity exercise places the body under a lot of stress, which can have a negative impact on the gut bacteria.