The Life-Space difference
15 strains of beneficial bacteria
Live bacteria guarantee
No refrigeration required
Naturally sourced probiotics
No added dairy, gluten or egg
No added preservatives or artificial colours
Formulated, blended and packaged in Australia
L. = Lactobacillus
Mostly found in such as the digestive system, urinary system, and genital system
B. = Bifidobacterium
Bifidobacteria are one of the major of bacteria that make up the gastrointestinal tract
CFU = Colony Forming Units
Unit of measurement used for probiotics and other bacteria.
EACH GRAM CONTAINS 96 BILLION CFU
|L. rhamnosus Lr-32
|B. lactis BI-04
|L. plantarum Lp-115
|L. rhamnosus GG
|S. thermophilus St-21
|L. casei Lc-11
|L. paracasei Lpc-37
|B. animalis ssp. lactis HN019
|L. rhamnosus HN001
|B. breve Bb-18
|B. longum BI-05
|L. gasseri Lg-36
|B. infantis Bi-26
|L. delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricus Lb-87
|L. reuteri 1E1
Adults take 1 gram (1 level spoon) daily, or as directed by your health professional.
Store below 30°C in a dry place. Use within 3 months of opening. No refrigeration required.
Off-white coloured free flowing powder which is free from extraneous coloured particles and filled into a clear glass jar.
What is the difference between the Triple Strength Probiotic, Double Strength Probiotic and the Broad Spectrum Probiotic?
The three products contain the same strains in the same ratios. The difference is that compared to Broad Spectrum Probiotic, Double Strength contains twice the amount of probiotic per dose, and Triple Strength contains three times the amount of probiotic per dose.
I have never taken probiotics before. Can I start on this higher dose product?
If you are taking probiotics for the first time, we suggest that you take the Broad Spectrum Probiotic or consult your health professional or a pharmacist about its suitability.
Is there any difference between the capsule and the powder form?
The probiotic strains and amounts are the same for both the powder and capsule. The difference is that the powder contains maltodextrin, which is not in the capsule format.
What is the best time for taking this?
Probiotics can be taken at any time of day, before or with a meal. If you are also taking antibiotics, it is recommended to take probiotics at least 2 hours away from the antibiotics.