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Pre & Probiotics

Why do you need Probiotics?

A probiotic is a live bacteria that has adapted to survive in the human digestive system. Probiotics are often called "good" or "helpful" bacteria because they help keep our gut healthy. The human body is made up of about trillions of bacteria, and probiotics are the ones who help to form a protective barrier within our colon and intestines. Probiotics play an essential role in optimizing digestion of food and absorption of nutrients, and they help our body produce vitamins, absorb minerals and aid in the elimination of toxins.


  1. The bacteria strains must survive your stomach acid and bile, in order for the bacteria to reach your intestines alive in adequate numbers.
  2. The bacteria strains must have health-promoting characteristics
  3. The probiotic liveliness must be guaranteed throughout the entire production process, storage period and shelf life of the product.


Our medical team has studied the work of Prof Dr. Simon Cutting from Royal Holloway University of London before we finalized on 3 bacillus species that synergizes well with two other well-researched fibers (resistant dextrin and FOS-enhanced inulin) to provide optimum balance for gut health. The selected spore species create endospores that allow them to endure extreme condition of heat, dryness, humidity and acidity. Therefore, they survive the harsh gastric system and get to the intestine alive.

Our Spore Species

  • Bacillus subtilis HU58TM
  • Bacillus Indicus
  • Bacillus Coagulants



Ability to survive extreme environment condition up to 80 degrees Celsius

Enables it to survive during manufacturing, storage or transportation

Healthy Immune system & Bones

Bacillus subtilis HU58 shows promising effect against bacterial infection. HU58 has the ability to produce nattokinase & vitamin K2 which is very important to maintain healthy blood vessel and strong bone. Overall HU58 is essential for immune system development.

Healthy Stomach & Intestine

Bacillus coagulans has a long history of being used to treat Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Crohn’s ulcerative colitis. It aids in stomach discomforts such as stomach bloating, diarrhea and gastric issues

Healthy Skin

Bacillus indicus produces carotenoids such as lycopene, astaxanthin, beta-carotene and lutein. All these are important antioxidants for the skin, eye, and brain.

Signs that you may need dietary probiotics and fibers

  • Always constipated
  • Overweight
  • Recent antibiotic use
  • Recent food poisoning
  • Prone to traveler’s diarrhea
  • Gastric / flatulence
  • Unhealthy skin
  • Weak immunity
  • Asthma & allergies
  • Vaginal discharge or odors