Taken to help stimulate the digestive process, Pro-Easy is ideal for children and adults alike. A convenient alternative to tablets, it comes in a convenient powder form which can be sprinkled on food, added to water or stirred into juice. It’s made from live bacteria, Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidus strains, which promote good bacteria in the gut and are a first defence against pathogens and yeasts. It also works to aid the absorption of nutrients from food.
16mg Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidus infantis, Longum, and Brevis.
Take 2 1/2 to 5 1/2 level scoops a day, with water, juice, or sprinkled on cereals (children under 2 years, half a dose a day).
Do not refrigerate.
4.8 From 5 review(s)
By Miss R L Pargeter - 05 July 2015
Excellent product; I've been using it for over 10 years. I used to experience a lot of stomach pain and since using it this has vastly improved.
By Miss A Barsby - 27 September 2014
I have had a sore tongue, split with fissures for a long time, because of a dry mouth, and antibiotics can cause this to flare up badly. I have been adding the powder when I make yoghurt and also each day on my cereal, and I think on the whole it has eased though will never cure it.
By Elnoren - 16 September 2013
I have suffered with IBS ever since I can remember- some days so badly the pain was excruciating. Since using this... it has stopped- completely! I wouldn't be without it now- I've been recommending it to any of my friends who suffer with the same condition. (
By Mr P D Routley - 07 June 2013
Great stuff, really helps with my IBS symptoms But it very tricky to get the spoon out of the jar!
By Jan - 26 January 2013
Gave this religiously to my 8-month-old and 3-year-old before, during and after going to Zimbabwe and they avoided dodgy tummies, unlike my husband and me. Also some eczema behind my baby's ears has cleared up since using it. Great product, thank you.
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