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ORG FastTract Gluten-free Probiotic Liquid

ORG FastTract Gluten-free Probiotic Liquid

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The new advanced  formula of Fast Tract with a longer fermentation period now contains, Prebiotics, Probiotics and Postbiotics. The longer fermentation has substantially increased the probiotic and postbiotic quantity as well as adding substantial postbiotics.  The metabolites from probiotics which are called amongst other things post-biotics are bio-active compounds that are extremely rich in enzymes, vitamins B & K,  amino acids, short chain fatty acids and substances called antimicrobial peptides that help to slow down the growth of harmful bacteria.

Lactobacilli are the 'friendly' bacteria that your body needs to promote good digestive health.

For nutritional information please see the products Nutritional Panel


A healthy intestinal tract should contain at least 85% 'friendly' bacteria to prevent over-colonisation of disease-causing microorganisms which result in a large number of ailments from digestive disorders and painful joint inflammation to susceptibility to colds and flu.

When and How to Use
Take/Use once or twice a day morning and/or evening.

For internal use: 
Use approximately one tablespoon full (15 ml / 0.5 fl oz) each time.

For topical application.
Cleanse face or any other part of the body you wish to apply. Dampen your hands or apply FastTract to a cotton  cloth and apply to your skin. Best results have been observed by applying prior to sleep and leaving on skin overnight.

Store in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening. (This may not be necessary in all climates, but certainly in hot humid climates). 

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