W8Biotic, Strawberries & Cream


Probiotic Weight Management


Regulate appetite + Support lean body mass

This product is Practitioner Grade. Consult your health professional before use. Alternatively, contact Medlab practitioners for advice at clinic.medlab.co. Virtual consultations for 20 minutes can be booked free of charge.

Description


W8Biotic is formulated to regulate appetite and maintain lean body mass

  • Helps in the maintenance of healthy body weight
  • Helps support healthy blood glucose
  • Suppresses hunger
  • Promotes feeling of satiety
  • Supports healthy digestion
  • Supports gastrointestinal system health
  • Aids muscle growth
  • Helps enhance healthy muscle mass
  • Supports muscle protein stores
  • Supports muscle fuel burning efficiency
  • Assist carbohydrate metabolism

Why W8Biotic?

  • Hi-Maize Resistant Starch fibre increases satiety and promotes digestive health
  • Probiotic strains naturally support lean muscle mass increase
  • L-carnitine regulates energy expenditure in healthy individuals
  • Leucine supports blood-glucose regulation and assists skeletal muscle protein synthesis

Directions of Use


Add 25 g of powder (1 scoop) to 250 mL of cold water, one (1) to two (2) times a day, before meals or as directed by your healthcare professional.

Indications


 

  • Helps in the maintenance of a healthy body weight
  • Helps in the maintenance of lean body mass
  • Helps maintain/support healthy blood sugar/glucose
  • Reudce/decrease/supress hunger/appetite
  • Helps regulate appetite
  • Promote/enhance feeling of satiety
  • Maintain/support healthy digestion
  • Maintain/support healthy mucous linings of the digestvie system
  • Maintain/support digestive system health
  • Maintain/support gastrointestinal system health
  • Aids/assist muscle growth
  • Helps enhance/promote healthy muscle mass
  • Maintain/support muscle protein stores
  • Maintain/support muscle fuel burning efficiency
  • Aid/assist/helps glucose/sugar/carbohydrate metabolism

 

Warnings


Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. 

Side Effects


Probiotics may cause minor gastrointestinal symptoms such as bloating and discomfort but are usually temporary and can be relieved by reducing the dose.

 

Tell your health professional or pharmacist if you experience any of the following:

  • Cramps
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhoea
  • Mucus in the stool
  • Bloated stomach area
  • Gas

These side effects are usually mild and dose related. Most of them disappear completely in a few days after the dose of W8Biotic is lowered or stopped. 

Serious allergic reactoins to these ingredients are rare; however tell your health professional or pharmacist if you experience any of the following:

  • Skin rash
  • Swelling of the face and/or throat
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Itching of the skin

Interactions


Some medicines may interfere with W8Biotic™. These include:

  • Antibiotics

Ingredients


Each 25 g dose (1 scoop) contains


High amylose maize starch

()

20 g


L-Leucine

(Leucine)

2 g


Levocarnitine tartrate

()

1.5 g


Equiv. Levocarnitine

1 g


Lactobacillus paracasei

(Med 24)

10 billion CFU


Lactobacillus plantarum

(Med 25)

10 billion CFU




Excipents


(Strawberry & cream flavour )

950 mg


(Beetroot powder )

9 mg


Colloidal anhydrous silica

(Silica )

100 mg


Steviol glycosides

(Stevia )

150 mg


Thaumatin

( )

40 mg


L-malic acid

(Malic acid )

222.225 mg



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