ProBiotein

What Is ProBiotein


ProBiotein Has 4 Prebiotic Fibers, All From Natural Grains

These 4 prebiotics are AXOS, FOS, MOS and XOS.

It's made from organic wheat, organic oats, organic flax, organic barley malt, organic flax meal and nutritional yeast.

We ferment these grains to remove the starches, concentrate the proteins and provide important amino acids which come from the plant proteins.

Then we dry and grind this mix, to give you an easy way to add 4 prebiotic fibers to your meals and beverages. Just one Tablespoon a day is all you need.

It also has omega-3 and lignans from flax, beta-glucans from oats, and antioxidants.

ProBiotein is an easy way to provide the key prebiotic fibers that are often missing from the Western diet.

4 Prebiotic Fibers.


How It Works


Probiotics, Prebiotics and Keeping You Healthy

70% of your immune system response comes from your gut. That’s very important.

The probiotic bacteria in your large intestine help to optimize your immune response, your energy levels, weight, sleep and mood.

When you give the 100 trillion bacteria in your gut plenty of their main fuel - prebiotic plant fibers - they perform their best.

But getting enough prebiotic fibers is something most Americans don't do. Prebiotics are vitally important.

Taking ProBiotein daily, helps give you more of the prebiotic fibers your body needs to be its healthiest and perform its best.

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What's New


Making Bread, Pizza and Granola Bars With ProBiotein

Lately, a lot of us have been cooking at home. And thinking about ways to stay healthy by keeping our immune systems strong.

Just 10 minutes of work, plus a little waiting, is all you need to make bread with ProBiotein:


Here’s a video on making pizzas at home, using ProBiotein:


And if do-it-yourself granola bars with ProBiotein sound like healthy fun for home baking projects, here's how:


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