UltraFlora® Women’s is a unique blend of probiotics taken orally to help maintain a healthy vaginal microflora and support urogenital health. The safety and efficacy of thisprobiotic combination for women’s health is supported by laboratory research and clinical evaluation.*
Scientifically Shown to Support Feminine Health*
Healthy vaginal microflora (or “friendly” bacteria) are important for women’s health and well-being. But most probiotic products aren’t specifically formulated to support feminine health. UltraFlora Women’s is the first UltraFlora formula designed to support feminine health, providing a unique blend of clinically tested, patented probiotic strains to help maintain healthy vaginal microflora and support urogenital health.* It’s the one probiotic formula every woman should know about.
The safety and efficacy of this probiotic combination for women’s health is supported by more than 20 years of laboratory research and 10 years of clinical evaluation.*
• In a randomized, placebo-controlled study of 64 healthy women, culture findings confirmed a significant increase in vaginal lactobacilli at days 28 and 60.*
• In a randomized, double-blind, multicenter, placebo-controlled trial of 544 subjects, restitution to healthy vaginal microbiota was reported in 61.5% of the probiotic group (see chart).*
• Helps maintain a healthy vaginal microflora by increasing the number of beneficial lactobacilli*
• Supports urogenital health*
• Backed by clinical trials that demonstrate support of healthy vaginal microflora*
• Effective dose in just one capsule taken orally daily*
• Potency and viability are guaranteed through date of expiration*
• Backed by the Metagenics ID Guarantee for purity, clinical reliability, and predicted safety via scientific identification of strains with established health benefits*
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