SACCHAROMYCES BOULARDII (CANADA)
(Canadian version) Probiotic-like actions
- Also available in:
- 60 capsules
Saccharomyces boulardii is a nonpathogenic, transient yeast long used to support normal bowel transit time.† It is a hardy, acid-resistant, temperature tolerant microorganism that is not affected by antibacterial agents. S. boulardii is genetically and functionally distinct from brewer’s yeast (S. cerevisiae) and different from pathogenic Candida species.
S. boulardii increases the activities of intestinal brush border enzymes such as disaccharidases, α-glucosidases, alkaline phosphatases, and aminopeptidases.†
S. boulardii augments the intestinal absorption of D-glucose coupled with sodium that may enhance uptake of water and electrolytes during occasional diarrhea.† It increases stool concentrations of short-chain fatty acids that nourish colon mucosal cells.† S. boulardii modulates immunity by boosting intestinal secretion of IgA and increasing crypt cell immunoglobulin receptors.† It supports healthy inflammatory response.† Research has found that S. boulardii supports healthy intestinal function in an array of clinical settings, supporting healthy bowel transit time.
Klaire uses only lactose-free, gluten-free material. This hypoallergenic formula is available in vegetarian capsules.
S. boulardii is also an important ingredient in ABx Support™, supplying 250 mg (5 billion CFUs).
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Saccharomyces boulardii (3 X 109 CFUs)Non-Medicinal Ingredients
Cellulose, Hypromellose, Purified water, L-Leucine
Adults, Adolescents, and Children (1 year old and older): 1 capsule 2 times per day.
Discontinue use and consult a healthcare practitioner if symptoms of digestive upset (e.g. diarrhea) occur, worsen, or persist beyond 3 days.
Do not use if you are experiencing nausea, fever, vomiting, bloody diarrhea or severe abdominal pain.
Do not use if you have an immune-compromised condition (e.g. AIDS, lymphoma, patients undergoing long-term corticosteroid treatment).