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"It’s like taking 5 different supplements packed inside of one serving."

The specific combination of the 5 gut-health supplements that power Bio-Heal’s clinical formula are shown to be superior at fighting inflammation, supporting a healthy immune system, and optimizing digestive health. Based on clinical research, our formula is a complete supplement for ultimate digestive health containing:

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Probiotics - 12 Strains and 13 Billion CFU's

Our Probiotics and Prebiotics pack a powerful punch! Every serving contains over 13 Billion CFUs and 12 unique strains that have been known to support digestive health, immune support, and healthy levels of inflammation.

Strains include: S. Boulardii, L. Reuteri, L. Plantarum, B. Bifidum, B. Lactis, B. Longum, L. Acidophilus, L. Rhamnosus, L. Lactis, B. Breve, B. Infantis, L. Casei. Learn more about our Probiotics.

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Gut Lining Support

Intestinal lining permeability (leaky gut) can cause chronic inflammation and food addiction. We designed Bio-Heal with ingredients to support the integrity of the gut lining for optimal health.

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Prebiotics work together with probiotics allowing specific changes to occur, both in the composition and activity of the gastrointestinal system. They play a fundamental role in preserving health by maintaining the balance and diversity of intestinal bacteria. (Think of these as ‘food’ for the probiotics.)

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Digestive Enzymes

Digestive enzymes help boost nutrient absorption and aid digestion. These enzymes support the digestion of proteins, fats, and complex carbohydrates found in today’s processed foods.

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Brain Function Support

Low levels of phosphatidylcholine (PC) in the body impact the brain and heart, affecting memory, mental alertness, behavior, and focus.* PC is an important part of cellular health especially in the gut and the brain. Bio-Heal contains PC which ensures proper brain structure and functioning and may enhance memory and cognition.

Most probiotics only contain healthy bacteria but don’t address inflammation levels, integrity of the gut lining, or brain health. Bio-Heal addresses all three areas.

What are the Benefits of Bio-Heal 5-In-1 Probiotic Formula?

Promote Healthy Gut Bacteria*
Restore balance and promote the growth of healthy gut bacteria responsible for healthy digestion, immune support, and healthy detoxification. Bio-Heal contains prebiotics to support the growth of healthy bacteria.

Brain Function Support*
The gut-brain axis refers to the physical and chemical connections between your gut and brain. Millions of nerves and neurons run between your gut and brain. Bio-Heal is a powerful tool in supporting healthy brain function. It contains specific strains of bacteria and phosphatidylcholine (PC) that have been studied to support healthy brain function.

Support Healthy Immune Response*
Nearly 70-80% of all immune system cells are found in the gut. Probiotics can help to assist your immune system and its ability to fight colds and other infections.

Revolutionary Bio-Heal helps support the flushing out of toxins that may cause inflammation.

Boost Nutrient Absorption*
Digestive enzymes especially help break down foods that our bodies have trouble digesting on their own, such as dairy and wheat. When our bodies cannot digest properly, it can lead to increased inflammation. Bio-Heal contains digestive enzymes to support the digestion of and nutrient absorption from proteins, fats, and complex carbohydrates.

Inflammation Fighters*
Inflammation can be caused by a list of gut health issues, including but not limited to leaky gut, food allergies and intolerances, and imbalance of gut bacteria. Bio-Heal helps fight chronic inflammation by supporting the lining of the gut, aiding in digestion of hard to digest foods, and promoting a healthy balance of gut bacteria.

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What Makes Bio-Heal Stand Out From Other Probiotics and Gut-Health Supplements?

Safe and Natural

FREE FROM: harmful fillers, gluten, dairy, sugar, eggs, wheat, peanuts, additives, or preservatives.

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Quality Is Assured

Our ingredients are carefully sourced and tested prior to production. Additionally, our finished products are also tested in house and by an ISO certified independent 3rd party lab for potency, strength, composition, and purity.

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The Whole Family will Love it

We designed Bio-Heal specifically for people with taste and texture sensitivities. The flavorless powder is easy to mix into water, juice, smoothies or yogurt. Most kids don’t even know they’re taking it. Plus, there is the option to purchase Bio-Heal in capsules.

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Superior Absorption

We use the purest forms of ingredients that have been formulated to be easily absorbed and used by the body quickly and efficiently.

Take A Closer Look At The 12 Premium-Grade Probiotic Strains

Our 12 diverse probiotic strains help restore healthy gut flora and help balance the most severe imbalances.

Saccharomyces boulardii

Saccharomyces boulardii

Has been shown to help with regulation of the immune system. Clinically studied to prevent and treat diarrhea and gastrointestinal (GI) diseases with an inflammatory response, including Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative Colitis (UC), and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

Lactobacillus plantarum

Lactobacillus plantarum

Helps regulate immunity and control inflammation in the gut. It also helps fortify the gut lining, fending off potential invaders that might compromise the intestinal wall and sneak into the bloodstream.

Bifidobacterium bifidum

Bifidobacterium bifidum

May help improve gastrointestinal (GI) disorder (such as IBS) symptoms including, abdominal pain/discomfort, distension/bloating, urgency, diarrhea, and constipation. Helps to improve the gut microbiota. Studies have reported B. Bifidum may also help combat stress and support immune health.

Bifidobacterium lactis

Bifidobacterium lactis

Is well documented to have a powerful effect on preventing digestive ills and boosting immunity. It’s also known to be helpful in knocking out food-born pathogens like salmonella, which causes diarrhea. Other potential benefits include: enhancing immunity, may alleviate allergies, reduce inflammatory cytokine production in the gut, and it exhibits antioxidant properties.

Bifidobacterium longum

Bifidobacterium longum

It has been associated with improving lactose tolerance and preventing diarrhea, food allergies, and the proliferation of pathogens. It’s also known to have antioxidant properties as well as the ability to scavenge free radicals. In laboratory mice, B. longum has been shown to reduce anxiety. B. longum also helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels.

Lactobacillus acidophilus

Lactobacillus acidophilus

Keeps the balance of good vs. bad bacteria in check and in doing so, aids your immune system. In women, it helps to curb the growth of Candida albicans, a fungus that can cause yeast infections. L. acidophilus has also gained fame for its ability to help maintain cholesterol levels. In the small intestine, L. acidophilus produces many beneficial substances that combat pathogenic microbes, including acidolphilin, acidolin, bacteriocin, and lactocidin.

Lactobacillus reuteri

Lactobacillus reuteri

L. reuteri stimulates production of oxytocin, a hormone associated with social behavior. It also improved signs of brain plasticity – the brain’s ability to form new connections that foster learning. In addition, it has been shown to strengthen the intestinal barrier, normalize inflammation levels, boost immunity, and enhance the absorption of nutrients, minerals, and vitamins.

Lactobacillus rhamnosus

Lactobacillus rhamnosus

Great for your digestive health and may strengthen gut barriers (gut lining), which may help relieve IBS symptoms. Studies show that L. rhamnosus may help prevent or treat various types of diarrhea. Other potential benefits include allergy relief, anti parasite & anti fungal properties, inflammation regulation, stress & mood regulation.

Lactococcus lactis

Lactococcus lactis

Helps Increase antioxidant activity, boosts the immune system, may combat allergies, hypertension, and IBD, and has beneficial effects on the skin.

Bifidobacterium breve

Bifidobacterium breve

Improves immune function by increasing cellular immunity and even enhancing killer T cell activity. It’s so effective in combating vaginosis, a common bacterial infection of the vagina, that it’s added to pharmaceuticals used to treat it. L. brevis also acts to inhibit the effects of certain gut pathogens. Perhaps best of all, it has been shown to increase levels of that all-star brain growth hormone BDNF.

Bifidobacterium infantis

Bifidobacterium infantis

Research suggests it can relieve symptoms associated with IBS - plus, lower inflammation.

Lactobacillus casei

Lactobacillus casei

Has been shown to support gut and intestinal health, as well as combat constipation, diarrhea, and Candida (yeast) overgrowth. L. casei can help boost immunity and reduce oxidative stress. It has also been linked to improved cognitive performance. L. casei is also known for its ability to improve mood and combat stress by reducing cortisol (stress hormone) and increasing serotonin levels.


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How to Take Bio-Heal

Bio-Heal is available in a number of easy to take forms including:

Bio-Heal (Original Formula):

  • Unflavored Powder
  • Capsules
  • Flavor Sticks (Coming Soon)

Bio-Heal PRO+ (Professional Strength Formula)

  • Capsules

What is the Difference Between Bio-Heal and Bio-Heal PRO? +

Bio-Heal Pro+ is our professional strength formula. It contains the same 12 powerful probiotic strains as the original formula but double the potency; plus we upgraded and added the following powerful ingredients to the formula.

  • PreforPro®: PreforPro is a clinically proven prebiotic shown to target and clear out bad bacteria and promote the growth of healthy bacteria.

  • PepZinGI™: PepZinGI is a chelated form of zinc that promotes stomach lining and gastrointestinal health. PepZinGI is a powerful supplement used as a prescription drug to treat ulcers in Japan and South Korea.

  • Deglycyrrhizinated (DGL) Licorice Root: DGL Licorice root extract has been proven to accelerate the repair of the stomach lining and restore balance to the gut. It also boosts the anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties of Bio-Heal
  • Citicoline: Citicoline helps raise levels of important neurotransmitters, increases mental energy, and protects your brain from damage and aging.

  • Inositol: Inositol is an ingredient that helps boost the brain and improve mood. It is clinically proven to stimulate serotonin and dopamine, our bodies “feel good” hormones.
Bio-Heal Pro+
Bio-Heal Pro+
Bio-Heal 5-in-1 Probiotics
Bio-Heal 5-in-1 Probiotics
Proprietary Probiotic Blend (12 Strains) 26 BCFU 13 BCFU
Prebiotics PreforPro®
15 mg
Chicory Root
625 mg
Brain Booster* Citicoline
100 mg
Phosphatidyl Choline
100 mg
Protease (digestive enzymes) 20,000 HUT 10,000 HUT
Lipase (digestive enzymes) 250 FIP 125 FIP
Zinc PepZinGI
8 mg
7.5 mg
Vitamin A 820mcg RAE 820mcg RAE
Vitamin C 60mg 60mg
Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice Root Extract 250mg X
Inositol 250mg X
Serving Size 4 Capsules (2.16cm) 3 capsules (2.34cm) or 1 scoop
Servings Per Container 30 60

Frequently Asked Questions

If you still have questions about Bio-Heal and Bio-Heal PRO+, check out our comprehensive FAQ page.

I Don’t Have Gut Problems, Can I Still Benefit From Taking A High Quality Probiotic?

I Don’t Have Gut Problems, Can I Still Benefit From Taking A High Quality Probiotic?

What is the Recommended Dosage and How Long Will 60 Servings Last?

What is the Recommended Dosage and How Long Will 60 Servings Last?

Are Bio-Heal’s ingredients safe and natural?

Are Bio-Heal’s ingredients safe and natural?

Can Anyone Take Bio-Heal?

Can Anyone Take Bio-Heal?

What’s the best way to offer this probiotic to my child?

What’s the best way to offer this probiotic to my child?