Zinc gluconate has shown to improve intestinal microbiota and immune function when taken with probiotics.

Prebiotics are compounds in food that induce the growth or activity of good microorganisms (probiotics).

Probiotics are live microorganisms that provide health benefits when consumed by restoring the gut flora to maintain gut health and provide immune system support.

Postbiotics are the byproducts of the activities carried out by probiotics. Research has shown that most of the positive benefits we receive from probiotics are attributed to postbiotics produced by probiotics.

Enzymes are proteins that help speed up metabolism, or chemical reactions in our bodies. The enzyme blend helps breakdown foods, whereas probiotics are living microorganisms that live in the gut and positively affect our body.

Quadruple Coated Probiotic 10 Strains:

Lactobacillus acidophilus / Lactobacillus reuteri / Lactobacillus plantarum / Lactobacillus gasseri / Lactobacillus rhamnosus / Lactobacillus casei / Lactococcus lactis / Bifidobacterium breve / Bifidobacterium animalis ssp. Lactis / Enterococcus faecium


Cellulase - breaks down cellulose

Protease - breaks down protein

Lactase - breaks down lactose

Diastase - breaks down carbohydrates

Lipase – breaks down fats and dietary fats

a–amylase - breaks down starch

L-proline - an organic acid used in the biosynthesis of proteins

Supplement Source

Zinc gluconate is derived by the fermentation of glucose.

Prebiotic blend consists of Fructooligosaccharide, Galactooligosaccharide (NoGOS-P70), Xylooligosaccharide, and Isomaltooligosaccharide.

10 strain probiotics and postbiotics are from Ildong Bioscience.

Enzyme blend consists of Cellulase, Protease, Lactase, Diastase, Lipase, L-Proline, and a-Amylase.

Potential Side Effects or Precautions

Consult a physician if you are pregnant, lactating, or have a medical condition.

When taking any dietary supplement, it is highly advised that you consult your physician.

Potential Drug Interactions

When taking any dietary supplement, it is highly advised that you consult your physician.