Digestive & Immune System Support
Studies in adults have found that Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Postbiotics all have beneficial effects in strengthening the immune system, protecting against infections like the common cold, and boosting digestive health.2,4,6,7,10,11,12
Promotes Healthy Gut Bacteria
We’ve combined three powerful bioactive blends for your body’s benefit. Studies show that Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Postbiotics work synergistically to feed the beneficial bacteria in the human gut and boost overall bodily wellness. 5,6,4,2,1,3,9
Reduce the Effects of Seasonal Allergies
70 percent of the immune system is based inside the gut - it’s science! Studies show that multispecies strains can boost the activity of gastrointestinal microflora which in turn stifles the effects of seasonal allergies. 1,2,4,5,11,12
Balanced Gut, Balanced Life
BALANCE FOR THE MICROBIOME
SIMPLIFIED BASIC FORMULA
NO FILLERS OR BINDERS
GUT CLEANSE FOR GUT RELIEF
LEAKY GUT REPAIR
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Frequently Asked Questions
HOW LONG SHOULD I TAKE PATTERN WELLNESS GUT SUPPORT MICROBIOME COMPLETE?
We recommend taking our Gut Support Microbiome Complete supplement continuously as part of your daily routine for optimal results. If you have any concerns, consult your physician.
ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS?
The ingredients in our Gut Support Microbiome Complete supplement are generally considered to be safe in proper doses. Those with a history of sensitivities to the following may experience reactions: Prebiotics, probiotics, postbiotics (such as bloating, flatulence, or abdominal pain) Dietary fibers such as Pectin or Inulin, Allicin Extract from Organic Garlic, Monolaurin from Palm Kernels, N- acetylcysteine, or Fructooligosaccharides from Jerusalem Artichokes.
Consult your physician if you have any concerns.
WILL IT INTERFERE WITH MY CURRENT MEDICATIONS/SUPPLEMENTS?
Due to the nature of prebiotics, postbiotics, and probiotics passing through the digestive system, they could decrease the absorption of certain medications or amplify the effects of certain medications such as antibiotics and antifungals (such as clotrimazole, ketoconazole, griseofulvin, nystatin). Consult your physician before introducing Gut Support Microbiome Complete to your daily health routine.
IS THIS GLUTEN-FREE AND VEGAN-FRIENDLY?
Yes, our Pattern Wellness Gut Support Microbiome Complete supplement is free of gluten, as well as dairy, soy, preservatives, and GMOs. Our Gut Support Microbiome Complete supplement is plant-based and our capsules are vegan, so these supplements are great for those with dietary restrictions.
HOW SHOULD I STORE MY PATTERN WELLNESS GUT SUPPORT MICROBIOME COMPLETE?
For optimal shelf-life, store bottles in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture.
HOW SHOULD I TAKE PATTERN WELLNESS GUT SUPPORT MICROBIOME COMPLETE?
Take 1 capsule daily, preferably with a meal or as directed by your healthcare provider.
DOES PATTERN WELLNESS USE FILLERS, BINDERS, OR ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS?
Pattern Wellness prides itself on providing natural, clean products without the use of fillers, artificial sweeteners, or binders.