NEW LOOK - Improved Formula with Magnesium
The Probiotic That Survives
Promotes Daily Regularity & Helps Relieve Occasional Constipation
Powered by Ganeden BC30 Probiotic
Now with magnesium to promote daily regularity and to help relieve occasional constipation.
Schiff® Digestive Advantage® targets your specific digestive health needs and, with continued use, gives you long-term digestive support. That's because Digestive Advantage® contains BC30, a natural probiotic that survives 10x better than yogurt to deliver good bacteria where you need it.
Digestive Advantage® Constipation Formula provides two powerful ingredients to support your digestive health - magnesium to promote daily regularity and help relieve occasional constipation; and BC30, a natural probiotic, or beneficial bacteria, that supports digestive health and overall well-being.
Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that live in your digestive tract and promote digestive and immune health. Many other probiotics don't survive the harsh acidic stomach environment. Because Digestive Advantage® Constipation Formula reaches your intestines alive, it is able to provide digestive and immune health benefits where you need them.
Enjoy the Benefits
Helps keep your system regular
Promotes long-term digestive health with continued use
Just one capsule daily with a full glass of liquid (at least 8 ounces)
If pregnant, lactating or on prescribed medication, consult your physician before using. Always consult your pediatrician before giving your child dietary supplements.
Adults and Children 12 years and over: Take one capsule daily with a full glass of liquid (8 oz or more). Some individuals may require 2 capsules daily. Should be taken daily to maintain results. Digestive Advantage® Constipation Formula does not provide
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