Can I take The Better Gut throughout perimenopause and menopause?
Our supplement has been specifically formulated for perimenopausal and menopausal women and so assuming you fit into this demographic, our product should be for you. While probiotics are generally considered safe for most people, there are certain situations where caution is warranted, especially when combining them with other medications or treatments. By consulting with a healthcare professional, such as a doctor or a pharmacist, individuals can receive personalised advice based on their specific health situation, medications they are taking, and potential interactions between probiotics and HRT. This ensures their safety and allows for optimal health management tailored to their individual needs.
What is the probiotic free from?
- Artificial colours, flavours, preservatives
- Animal ingredients
- Gelatin (capsule is vegetal from hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose)
- Fillers and binders
How do I take it?
1x capsule each day. Best taken first thing in the morning or last thing at night. Perhaps just before you have your breakfast or just before you head to bed.
What is the significance of 50-billion CFU?
CFU stands for colony-forming unit—the standard way of measuring the quantity of live strains in probiotic supplements. It refers to the number of live, active microorganisms present in one The Better Gut capsule. We pride ourselves on our optimal dosage - 50-billion CFU, enough to have an impact but not so many to overwhelm the delicate balance of the gut microbiome.