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  • Delivers 10 billion colony forming units (CFUs) per serving
  • Utilizes LiveBac® and Bio-tract® to help keep the probiotics viable and improve shelf life
  • Provides beneficial bacteria to promote healthy digestion
  • Promotes a strong immune system
  • Promotes bowel regularity and stomach comfort
  • Promotes colon health
  • Supports a healthy gastrointestinal tract
  • Supports healthy teeth
  • Promotes healthy vaginal flora
  • Promotes healthy vaginal pH
  • Supports a healthy urinary tract
  • Supports the body's normal resistance to yeast
  • Supports a healthy upper digestive tract
  • Provides 10 bacterial strains for comprehensive support 
    • Lactobacillus plantarum
    • Lactobacillus acidophilus
    • Lactobacillus rhamnosus
    • Lactobacillus salivarius
    • Lactobacillus casei
    • Lactobacillus helvectius
    • Bifidobacterium bifidum
    • Bifidobacterium longum
    • Bifidobacterium breve
    • Bifidobacterium infantis

LiveBac® is a patented process and registered trademark of Nutraceutix, Inc.
BIO-tract®is a patented technology and registered trademark of Nutraceutix, Inc.

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NutriClean® Probiotics

Diversity of strains, total bacterial count and protection of the probiotics are key elements in a powerful probiotic product. The digestive tract is home to 400-500 different types of microbes. These microbes include both healthy bacteria (probiotics) and potentially unhealthy bacteria. Maintaining optimal digestive and immune health depends in large part on maintaining optimal bacterial balance within the digestive tract. With such tremendous diversity naturally present in the digestive tract, it is important to supplement with not just one strain, but numerous strains of probiotics, so that the most comprehensive benefit is received.

Many products on the market deliver a high total probiotic count, but they are only coming from one or two strains. These practices yield products which do not deliver comprehensive support. According to research published in Food Research International, probiotic products which deliver multiple strains can offer more benefits than a single strain. Market America’s NutriClean Probiotics delivers 10 billion CFUs from 10 different strains with patented LiveBac® and Bio-tract® technologies to help keep the probiotics viable during both bottling and throughout the digestive process.*

Each strain has a unique purpose and the strains work synergistically to support numerous areas of health from immunity to stomach comfort and bowel regularity. Your body is a bacterial battlefield. As with a true battle, there may be lots of different types of good guys and lots of different types of bad guys. On “Good Guys Team” (NutriClean Probiotics), you have the Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force. Each component of the team brings a unique area of expertise and, working together, they achieve their goal. When your good guys are outnumbered, you don’t want to just bring in more Navy, you need a variety of strong, capable resources with unique talents.

“The Good Guys Team” (NutriClean Probiotics) are 10 carefully selected bacterial strains – six lactobacilli strains and four bifidobacterium strains – each with a unique role to help your body maintain bacterial balance and optimal digestive health.

  • Lactobacillus plantarum was selected because of its unique ability to help promote optimal bacterial balance
  • Lactobacillus acidophilus is included for a number of reasons, perhaps most notably its ability to support the synthesis of lactase, an enzyme which breaks down lactose   
  • Lactobacillus rhamnosus plays a major role in immune support
  • Lactobacillus salivarius has been shown to promote bacterial balance
  • Lactobacillus casei promotes overall digestive comfort and promotes bowel regularity.
  • Lactobacillus helveticus has been shown to promote bowel regularity
  • Bifidobacterium bifidum supports the protective barrier in the digestive tract   
  • Bifidobacterium longum competes with harmful bacteria for attachment sites in the intestines; this helps to maintain optimal bacterial balance
  • Bifidobacterium breve was included because research has shown to promote bowel regularity.
  • Bifidobacterium infantis supports overall digestion and metabolism

LiveBac® is a patented process and registered trademark of Nutraceutix, Inc.

BIO-tract®is a patented technology and registered trademark of Nutraceutix, Inc.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Diversity of strains, total bacteria count and protection of the probiotics are the key elements in a powerful probiotic. While many products on the market deliver a high total probiotic count, they often are only coming from one or two bacterial strains. In contrast, Nutriclean Probiotics provides ten carefully selected bacterial strains each of which play a unique role to help your body maintain bacterial balance to support optimal digestive health. In addition, Nutriclean Probiotics features LiveBac® and Biotract® technologies, which are both patented delivery forms that help keep probiotics alive during both bottling and throughout the digestive process, thus maximizing its effectiveness.

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The Best Probiotic !!

on 05/10/2015

I've taken probiotics for years and none of them had this technology that supports the small and large intestines plus they don't need to be refrigerated!! Love them !! Thank You!!

Makes you go!

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on 04/07/2015

This product is great! It really helps you go regularly. Not the harsh kind but the way you're suppose to. I also used to experience bloating and gastric pain after eating very often. I actually forgot I even had them until someone mentioned it. I love this product. Will definitely recommend it, especially for women or people with poor digestive health.

Great for digestive comfort!

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on 05/13/2014

Take 1 tablet daily before the 1st meal.

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on 05/30/2012

Take it daily and helps to the bathroom easier.

on 02/27/2012

I take one probiotic daily - in the evening when I finally wind down from a busy day. This product helps to keep my dystem regulated but it is NOT harsh - easy on the intestines but does the job just right. I am extremely pleased with this probiotic and will continue to use on a daily schedule.


Clinical research has shown that probiotics support immunity, digestive health and much more. Probiotics help maintain a healthy balance of essential bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract and are increasingly important in the American diet. Probiotics help to counter the negative effects that processed foods and numerous other factors may have on the bacterial balance in the gastrointestinal tract.

Lactobacillus plantarum
L. plantarum has been shown to promote optimal digestive health. It is able to promote the proper balance of bacteria (naturally present in the body) while preserving vital nutrients, antioxidants and vitamins. One of the most noteable talents of L. plantarum is its ability to synthesize L-lysine, an essential amino acid which is required for countless functions in the body. L. plantarum competes for nutrients which the unhealthy bacteria live on. By doing so, unhealthy bacteria pass harmlessly through the body.

Lactobacillus acidophilus
L. acidophilus is one of the most highly studied and widely used probiotic organisms. It is a strain of lactic acid, producing rod-shaped microbes that have numerous benefits for digestive health. L. acidophilus produces vitamin K, lactase and acidolin, acidolphilin, lactocidin and bacteriocin.

Due to the multiple functions of this microorganism, scientists have discovered that administering L. acidophilus orally helps maintain the proper balance of bacteria within the digestive tract. L. acidophilus has been shown to promote digestive functions and support the immune system. The lactase that L. acidophilus creates is an enzyme that supports the normal breakdown of lactose into simple sugars.  

Lactobacillus rhamnosus
L. rhamnosus is a strain of probiotics that aids in balancing the gastrointestinal microflora. It is one of the most intensely studied bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract. One of the remarkable things about L. rhamnosus is its ability to tolerate and even thrive in the harsh acidic conditions normally found in the stomach. L. rhamnosus has been shown to support immune function and promote a healthy urinary tract system (acidic condition). Research has shown that L. rhamnosus helps maintain the integrity of the stomach lining.

Lactobacillus salivarius
L. salivarius resides in the mouth and small intestine. It has bees shown effective in assisting in dental health. Researchers noticed the particular role of L. salivarius in striving to support homeostasis within the intestines. Therefore, L. salivarius may be related to the immune response.      

Lactobacillus casei
L. casei is a rod-shaped species of Lactobacillus found in milk, cheese and dairy. It is a lactic acid producer like other species within the Lactobacillus genus and has been found to assist in the colonization of beneficial bacteria. L. casei is active in a broad temperature and pH range, and can be found naturally in the mouth and intestine of humans. It is a lactase producer which aids in the optimal digestion of lactose, promoting optimal digestive health.

Lactobacillus helveticus
L. helveticus has been well studied for many years and is commonly used in the production of Swiss-type cheeses to enhance flavor. Several beneficial probiotic effects are reported such as the ability to survive in the stomach and to reach the intestine alive, promoting balanced bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract and promoting the normal digestion of lactose. A number of studies have been conducted in regard to the myriad of potential health benefits offered by L. helveticus. These studies have focused on health topics, such as bone mineral density and bone mineral content, calcium and bone metabolism, arterial health and blood pressure.

Bifidobacterium bifidum
Bifidobacterium are rod-shaped microbes that have been identified as the most important organisms in the intestine for providing barrier protection. Like Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium are lactic acid producing microbes found in fermented foods such as yogurt and cheese. Despite the fact that when we are born Bifidobacterium makes up approximately 95 percent of the total gut population, the Bifidobacterium population decreases in our intestines as adults and declines further as we advance in age. B. bifidum is the predominant bacteria strain found in the microflora of breast-fed infants. It is believed that B. bifidum contributes to the gastrointestinal health of breast-fed infants. In addition to barrier protection, research has shown that Bifidobacterium help to support the immune system by promoting normal lymphocyte and phagocyte activity.

Bifidobacterium longum
B. longum is a branched, rod-shaped bacterium that competes for attachment sites on the intestinal mucosal membrane, promoting the balanced colonization of bacteria. It has a high resistance to gastric acid and shares similar functions as B. bifidum, such as supporting a healthy immune system and providing barrier protection.

Bifidobacterium breve
B. breve is another branched, rod-shaped bacterium. The job of B. breve in the digestive tract is to ferment sugars and produce lactic acid, as well as acetic acid. B. breve is like a champion among probiotic bacteria due to its superior ability to metabolize many types of food.

Bifidobacterium infantis
B. infantis is a probiotic bacterium which inhabits the intestine of both infants and adults. According to a study sponsored by P&G Health Sciences Institute and published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, B. infantis may be beneficial to promote stomach health. B. infantis plays an important role in basic digestion, proper metabolism and overall well-being.


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Can NutriClean Probiotics be taken with Isotonix® Digestive Enzymes?
Yes, NutriClean Probiotics and Isotonix Digestive Enzymes would complement each other when taken together as part of your daily nutritional supplement regimen. These products should not be taken concurrently. Digestive enzymes should be taken with a meal and Probiotics should be taken on an empty stomach between meals.

What other products complement NutriClean Probiotics?
There are many products which can complement NutriClean Probiotics, depending on your unique goals and needs. To jump start your digestive health, try the NutriClean 7-Day System with NutriClean Probiotics. For daily digestive health, try pairing NutriClean Probiotics with NutriClean Advanced Fiber Powder. For immune health, you could have a regimen for Isotonix OPC-3, Immune Maximum Defense Formula, Isotonix Vitamin C and NutriClean Probiotics.

How should I take NutriClean Probiotics?
Take 1 tablet before the first meal of the day.

Are there any allergens in NutriClean Probiotics?
NutriClean Probiotics contains trace amounts of milk from the fermentation process. There are less than 2 parts per million (ppm) of milk in each serving. This product is safe for individuals with lactose sensitivity.

How does NutriClean Probiotics affect digestion?
There are many components which impact optimal digestive health. They include enzymes (which start breaking down foods in the mouth and are found in the intestines), pH conditions, bile from the gall bladder, intestinal microflora, probiotics and some digestive properties contained in the food that we eat. Diet and supplementing your intestines with probiotics can help support digestion. Well balanced intestinal micro flora will promote healthy digestion.*   

What is LiveBac®, and why is it important?
Probiotics are live microorganisms, and must remain live while bottled and when ingested in order to be effective in the digestive tract. However, as sensitive organisms, many of the probiotics in many products die off quickly when bottled. LiveBac® helps achieve extended shelf life for probiotics, even at room temperature.

What is Bio-Tract®, and why is it important?
The patented Bio-tract® delivery technology not only protects probiotic organisms from stomach acid on their way to the intestinal tract, but also enables custom release profiles optimized for probiotics and other active ingredients.

LiveBac® is a patented process and registered trademark of Nutraceutix, Inc.
BIO-tract®is a patented technology and registered trademark of Nutraceutix, Inc.