designed to support your immune system and your digestive health. Made with the highest product and quality standards, these One a Day Supplements (30 count) contain an active blend of two probiotics, lactobacillus acidophilus LA-5 and Bifidobacterium animalis BB-12, and supports the 70% of your immune system that is found in your digestive tract. The One a Day TruBiotics Daily Probiotic Supplement is offered in capsule form to replenish the good bacteria that live naturally in your digestive tract.
One a Day TruBiotics Daily Probiotic Supplement:
- Contains a 30-day supply
- Capsule form
- Active ingredients: lactobacillus acidophilus LA-5 and Bifidobacterium animalis BB-12
- Naturally supports digestive health
- Replenishes body's good bacteria
- Gluten free supplement
- Soy free supplement
- Packaged in TruPreserve, a canister that is designed to safeguard the live and active probiotics
Warning Text: Keep out of reach of children.
TruBiotics®, from the makers of One A Day®, is a once daily probiotic supplement that helps replenish your body’s good bacteria and helps support digestive and immune health by supporting the 70% of your immune system that is located in the digestive tract.*
- Daily probiotic supplement from the makers of One A Day®
- Naturally helps support digestive and immune health*
- Helps replenish your body’s good bacteria*
- Supports the 70% of your immune system found in the digestive tract*
TruBiotics® is a blend of two of the most common types of probiotics for digestive and immune health support--Lactobacillus acidophilus LA-5® and Bifidobacterium animalis BB-12®--in one easy-to-swallow capsule. Probiotics mean “for life.” They are living microorganisms that are good bacteria that live naturally in your digestive tract. In order to support good digestive health, it’s important to have a balance of good bacteria in your body.*
The TruBiotics® Promise:
- Made with the highest product and quality standards
- Contains a blend of two probiotics, Lactobacillus acidophilus LA-5® and Bifidobacterium animalis BB-12® in capsule form
- With TruPreserve®, a canister designed to safeguard the live and active probiotics
- From the makers of One A Day®, nutritional experts in multivitamins
TruBiotics® has TruPreserve®--a canister designed to safeguard the live and active probiotics until the product's expiration date. And when stored as directed, TruPreserve® protects the probiotics from light, heat, moisture and air to assure stability, an important factor when choosing a probiotic supplement.
Things to Consider When Choosing A Probiotic Supplement
Beware of Probiotics with Aggressive Claims
Probiotics may be found in both food and dietary supplements and may not make claims to prevent, treat, or cure any disease or condition.
Choose a Probiotic Supplement with an Expiration Date vs. Manufactured Date or “Best By” Date
Probiotics are live microorganisms and, therefore, should be alive when taken. To ensure you are getting the labeled amount of live bacteria as promised on the packaging, select a probiotic supplement that includes an expiration date rather than a manufactured date or “best by” date.
Manufacturers Do Matter
It’s important to select a product that’s made by a responsible manufacturer. TruBiotics® by the makers of One A Day® always uses high-quality manufacturing standards.
Your digestive system, or gut, is a complex system of organs that does much more than just turn the food you eat into the energy your body needs to perform at its best. Your digestive system also plays a role in a variety of bodily functions beyond digestion, including immune system support, as 70% of the immune system lives in the digestive tract. So even if you don’t suffer from occasional digestive issues like constipation or diarrhea, maintaining a healthy digestive system can be an important factor to support a healthy you.*
10 Easy Ways to Support Your Digestive and Immune Health
Eat Outside the Box
Some Americans may not be getting the recommended daily fiber intake. So the next time you reach for processed food from a box or bag, reach for whole, unprocessed and fiber-rich foods like fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts, seeds and whole grains instead.
Say Hello to More H2O
Getting enough water is important for a healthy lifestyle, especially if you’re increasing your fiber intake. That’s because water is attracted to fiber and helps it pass through the digestive tract more easily. Most people need at least eight, eight ounce glasses of water each day.
We all know that regular exercise is important to maintain a healthy weight. But moving your body through regular exercise has another health benefit: It may help your body move things through the digestive system to eliminate waste.
Eat Small. Chew Big.
Eating too much at once can overload your digestive system. Instead, eat smaller meals more frequently throughout the day. And don’t forget to chew your food slowly and thoroughly! As you chew, your teeth and salivary glands work together to break down the food you eat and get it ready to move through the digestive system.
Probiotics are living microorganisms like the good bacteria that live naturally in your digestive tract. Those good bacteria help to support digestive health. You can help replenish your body’s good bacteria and support digestive and immune health by taking a daily probiotic supplement like TruBiotics®.*
Kick the Habit
Smoking is the leading cause of cancer and damages nearly every organ of the body. Smoking can harm all parts of the digestive system and may contribute to heartburn and peptic ulcers. Everyone responds differently to various quitting methods, so talk to your doctor about the one that’s right for you.
Fill Up on Fish
Fish high in omega-3 fatty acids like salmon, tuna, mackerel and herring may increase your body’s “good” cholesterol. And, according to the World Gastroenterological Organization, eating oily fish three to five times per week may help support digestive health, too.
Think Twice About Another Drink
Excessive alcohol can inflame the stomach lining, interfere with nutrient absorption and cause digestive health problems. Regular heavy drinking can also damage your pancreas, which is a large gland located behind the stomach that secretes digestive enzymes into the small intestine to help your body digest fats, carbohydrates, and proteins.
Reduce Fatty Foods
Eating too much fat may contribute to heart disease and weight gain. But there’s another reason to cut back on high-fat foods: Fat slows digestion and gives food more time to ferment, which can cause intestinal gas.
Researchers at the Ohio State University College of Medicine observed medical students over the course of 10 years and found that their immunity went down each year due to stress during the three-day exam period. So the next time you’re feeling stressed, try any activity that calms your nerves—whether that’s yoga, meditation or even a game of basketball with friends.
TruBiotics® can help replenish your body’s good bacteria and naturally help your digestive and immune health every day, since 70% of the immune system lives in the digestive tract.* It’s a good idea to take your probiotics at the same time every day so it becomes a part of your daily health routine, just like taking a multi-vitamin every morning or hitting the gym after work. Adults and children over three years: Take one capsule daily with a meal.