Ingredients: Custom Prebio Blend (Organic Inulin, Organic Acacia, Fructooligosaccharides).
100% natural extracts. Vegan. Gluten-free. Non-GMO.
Prebio Plus is a custom blend of organic prebiotic fibers. Prebiotics can encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria already living in the body* and can also aid in the growth and maintenance of probiotics*.
We formulated Prebio Plus with a variety of prebiotics from diverse sources, because different probiotics prefer different prebiotics in order to thrive*.
Storage: pantry. Our Prebio Plus does not require refrigeration. It doesn't contain any live cultures. Seal properly to avoid exposure to moisture, and store in a dry place.
Suggested Use: Add to cultured foods, such as kefir and cultured vegetables, to enhance fermentation, or use daily in smoothies, salad dressings, drinks, or any food that you would like to make a little sweeter. Experiment and have fun! Begin with 1/2 to 1 scoop and gradually increase quantity up to 3 scoops per day.
Why is the powder sometimes brown instead of white? The tan color is perfectly fine. It's only cosmetic, there's no change to the product or to the formula. We simply source one of the ingredients from a different organic supplier at times, which explains the tan color. You can use your tanned Prebio Plus as normal.
Can Prebio Plus be added to a hot dish? Absolutely. The Prebio Plus is a blend of prebiotic fibers. It doesn't contain any live bacteria. It is therefore not heat-sensitive. You can use it in any temperature.
Prebio Plus is food for your bacteria! Prebio Plus has three different strains of prebiotics, making it three times as effective as other prebiotics on the market today*.
If you’re trying to get healthy, then probiotic foods can make a world of difference. Adding a prebiotic (which is food for you bacteria,) will make the good bacteria grow like crazy and super charge your probiotics*.
Prebiotics are just as important as probiotics, and you should use them together. Prebiotics naturally reside in all kinds of fruits, vegetables, and some nuts & other foods. However, we found some of the strongest sources of prebiotics and placed them in an easy to use powder form*.
Without prebiotics, your good bacteria could never grow like it’s supposed to. Eating cultured probiotic foods adds colonies of bacteria to your gut. Adding prebiotics to your diet makes these colonies grow and grow, crowds out pathogens, and helps to reestablish the balance of good bacteria in strong numbers. Essentially, prebiotics serve as fertilizer for the bacteria in your colon. This can help strengthen your immune system to resist infections and viruses. It also helps to remove toxins and a host of other things that your bacteria is designed to do. But if you don’t have the healthy strains of good bacteria from cultured foods, as well as the prebiotics to make them grow, your gut flora can’t change into what it needs to be*.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Prebio Plus is easy to use:
Add to any food or beverage, hot or cold.
Add to kefir or cultured veggies while they’re culturing. You can even add it after they’re done for an extra boost.
Add to your kefir to make it super creamy. If your kefir has over-separated Prebio Plus helps to make it creamy again.
Add to salad dressings or condiments such as kombucha mayo or kefir cheese for an added probiotic boost.
Add to your morning coffee or tea. Start your inner bacteria off to a running start at the beginning of the day!
Add to baked good.
Add to the fermentation of LR Superfood!
Just sprinkle it on top of salads or even toast & jam.
- The powder has hardened/clumped: Like many other powdered products, such as salt, flour, or dried spices, the Prebio Plus requires dry storage and proper sealing. If exposed to moisture, the powder can harden or clump. This could happen if you have not properly sealed the product after opening it, and especially if there is some humidity in your pantry, or if the powder had been in contact with a slightly damp utensil, etc. You can (very carefully) try breaking it up in a blender or a food processor, but no guarantee this will work.