Innotech Nutrition’s Liquid Fermented Probiotic is a premium fermented food beverage which contains beneficial microbes that are essential for maintaining balanced micro flora in your gastrointestinal tract.
Innotech Nutrition’s Liquid Fermented Probiotic leverages an artisan blend of herbs, organic black strap molasses, and a recipe developed by probiotics pioneers over the last 20 years. Our 10 complementary probiotic strains were carefully chosen to provide a varied and broad-spectrum benefit and include L. acidophilus, L. casei, Bifidobacterium and more.
Because of the complex flavours that occur from our ingredients and hand-crafted brewing, the taste of Innotech Nutrition’s Liquid Fermented Probiotic is beautifully unique. Some describe it as tangy and reminiscent of an unsweetened apple cider with a delightful molasses aftertaste (all the sugars in the molasses have been fermented to 0 g in the resulting product).
If you’re looking for a probiotic product that you can drink that’s has no dairy and 0 sugar, this is a great brand to try. People simply love Innotech Nutrition’s Liquid Fermented Probiotic.
What’s Not In Innotech Nutrition’s Liquid Fermented Probiotic?
Despite being made from black strap organic molasses, the triple-fermentation process actually converts almost all the sugars so that the final drink has 0 g (zero grams) of sugar per serving. So what’s great is that when you drink Innotech Nutrition’s Liquid Fermented Probiotic, you get a whole lot (6 billion CFU) of probiotic bacteria and essentially nothing else. That means that this artisan probiotic beverage is vegan, gluten and soy free.
Also, unlike pills and powders, there’s no need for a protective coating for Innotech Nutrition’s Liquid Fermented Probiotic to reach your intestines. Because the pH level is already similar to your stomach acid, our microbes don’t go through a “shock” and are able to cope with the harsh environment of the gastrointestinal tract.
Innotech Nutrition’s Liquid Fermented Probiotic features a triple fermented formula which has a low pH that allows the cultures to safely transit through the stomach acid environment to the final destination of the small and lower intestines where the real work is done.
The strains of bacteria have been carefully selected to perform as a community thus avoiding the competitive nature of many bacteria stains. These are complementary bacteria that work together.