• Inhibit the growth of harmful bacterial that cause digestive stress
  • Improve digestion of food and absorption of vitamins
  • Stimulate the body’s immune system
  • Safe, cost-effective, natural approach
                                    Benefits of Ideal Intestinal Micro-Flora
Friendly flora perform a number of constructive functions in the intestinal tract. One main function is to help reduce occasional yeast and fungal overgrowths. The flora do this by crowding out these organisms in the intestinal tract and by stimulating the production of immune-protective cells. Some common indicators of the presence of overgrowth may be:
  • Melancholy
  • Anxiety
  • Irritability
  • Relief of occcasional heartburn
  • Relief of occcasional indigestion
  • Lethargy
  • Food and environmental allergies
  • Lactose intolerance
  • Acne
  • Dry skin
  • Itching
  • Occasional jock itch
  • Vaginal health

ThreeLac Active Ingredients

  • Bacillus coagulans: A probiotic organism that may help control occasional digestion and stomach problems, and help normalize cholesterol levels. It also may enhance the immune response.
  • Bacillus subtilis: A probiotic organism that may combat harmful microorganisms in the intestines.
  • Enterococcus faecalis: The Enterococci constitute a major genus within the lactic acid bacteria group, and exists naturally in the human digestive tract. This effective probiotic bacteria is the result of formulation under strict laboratory conditions

Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.)

How do ThreeLac organisms differ from other probiotic organisms?

All intestinal friendly flora have in common that they support the health of the intestinal tract. ThreeLac organisms are no exception. Each type has it’s own job to do. ThreeLac organisms are somewhat more assertive toward certain strains of fungi and yeast than L. acidophilus, for example, but work compatibly along with other necessary probiotics.

How many Colony Forming Units (CFU’s) of each bacillus are there in ThreeLac?

As a measure of potency, there are 200 million CFU’s of Bacillus Coagulans, 25 million CFU’s of Bacillus Subtilis, and 25 million CFU’s of Enterococcus Faecalis in each packet. The micro-encapsulation process allows high survivability of these organisms through the stomach acids.

Why is there yeast in ThreeLac?

The refined yeast powder in ThreeLac comes from a Brewer’s yeast source and is there to act as a food source for the bacilli. It will not worsen a candida condition because it is not a live yeast.

What does the “fiber” on the ThreeLac label refer to?

The designation “Fiber” refers to the small amount of Galactomannan, a dietary fiber, which supports the function of the ThreeLac organisms.

What is the FOS in ThreeLac for?

Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) is a complex carbohydrate that acts as a food source for the probiotic organisms in ThreeLac.

Does ThreeLac require any dietary changes?

No matter what kind of diet an individual prefers to eat, from no dietary changes at all to a strict anti-candida diet at the other end of the scale, ThreeLac can help if it addresses your particular candida and or fungal strains. The more “fronts” the problem is addressed on, the greater the possible benefit.

Now that I’m taking ThreeLac, can I stop taking other probiotics?

ThreeLac is not a comprehensive probiotic product. It contains three strains somewhat more assertive toward fungi and yeast than other friendly flora, but is not a replacement for other friendly flora, which may also be needed. ThreeLac works compatibly, however, with other friendly flora.

Does ThreeLac have to be refrigerated?

No, it doesn’t. It is perfectly stable at room temperature or slightly above. Refrigeration is an option, provided the product does not become frozen. Storing in a cool, dry place, such as a cupboard or on a shelf is also a very good option.

Is there any research on ThreeLac validating its effectiveness?

Dr. Gary Shima, M.D. performed a physician-assisted study in 2004 to address some basic questions for us. Results of that two-month study are available online. ThreeLac comes to us from Japan with a high track record of sales, and continues to be one of our most in-demand products.

Will ThreeLac help me lose weight?

ThreeLac is neither a weight-loss nor a weight-gain product. Weight may appear less, however, when taking ThreeLac, as a result of the reduction of bloating, one of the many symptoms of a yeast overgrowth. Individuals differ and responses may vary.

Is there any lactic acid, casein, or gluten in ThreeLac?

None whatsoever.

What sort of diet is recommended when taking ThreeLac?

Whether you choose to follow a very stringent dietary program or make no dietary changes at all, ThreeLac may be beneficial.

Can I take the Threelac while I am pregnant?

The FDA requires every nutritional company to advise pregnant and nursing mothers to consult with their healthcare practitioners before taking nutritional products. We have heard no negative reports from this group of people, any more than any other.

How many packets of Threelac do I start with?

It is suggested to start with 1-2 packets per day for a day or so, and increase packet by packet every few days until you begin to see improvement.

How can I tell if I need Threelac?

There is a saliva test that you can take in the morning. Taking this test along with noticing what symptoms you have, can be a good indicator. See the above diagram for the saliva test.

What is the difference between Threelac and Fivelac?

Threelac and Fivelac both contain the same three strains of live bacteria but the Fivelac has 2 extra friendly bacteria–Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium longum.

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