Natural Factors is a leader in probiotic science & innovation with over 35 years' experience.
TravelBiotic is specifically formulated for those on the go. Unlike other probiotics, TravelBiotic is highly stable and requires no refrigeration. It’s the perfect probiotic to have on hand whether you are traveling, at work, or running errands. It provides powerful support for intestinal and immune health and may also promote a favorable gut flora.*
Enteric coating is not required for all probiotic strains. With regard to stomach acid resistance, not all strains are created equal. Natural Factors has carefully selected naturally acid-resistant strains so that they may be consumed at any time, with or without meals, and are safely delivered to the intestine unharmed. Our strains are tested for their viability in the stomach to ensure optimal absorption and efficacy.
Why choose Natural Factors TravelBiotic?
- Research supported strains & strengths
- Potency guaranteed through expiration – no refrigeration required
- Bio-support technology for guaranteed acid resistance
- Stable up to 98°F
- Suitable for vegetarians / vegans
- Supports colon and immune health*
- Gluten free
- Third-party certified
- Highly stable and requires no refrigeration*
- Powerful intestinal and immune health support*
- May promote favorable gut flora*
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