Is War Being Waged Inside Your Gut?

Approximately 80% of your immune system resides in your gut.  

So does the highest concentration of bacteria making up the human microbiome.  

Some of these bacteria are good – aiding in nutrition and digestion. Others are pathogenic – aiming to spread disease and discomfort.

The good bacteria keep the bad in check, but when imbalances occur – chronic digestive conditions like IBS can follow suit.

Probiotics – medical foods containing helpful, live bacteria – can level the playing field.

When your gut is overwhelmed, let Visbiome® be the cavalry.


Send in the Reinforcements

Visbiome® is an 8-strain, high potency probiotic medical food. With more than 70 published, peer reviewed, controlled trials, it is one of the most widely studied probiotics available on the market.

Visbiome® has proven beneficial in the physician-guided, dietary management of digestive issues including:

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Ulcerative Colitis
  • Pouchitis 
  • Hepatic Encephalopathy (HE)

Available in capsules and powder.

Visbiome® is non-GMO, gluten-free, and made in the USA. It is shipped and stored under monitored, refrigerated conditions, ensuring your order’s vitality is not compromised.

Victory is YOURS.

With 450 billion bacteria per packet or 112.5 billion per capsule, Visbiome® can help you win the battle against digestive unease.

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Important Safety Information
This product should not be used in premature infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) setting.

Possible Side Effects
You may experience bloating during the first few days after starting Visbiome as your intestinal microflora changes. If this occurs, you may need to reduce daily consumption to allow for adjustment. Please consult with your physician if you experience bloating.

Drug Interactions
Avoid taking with antibiotics. Some antibiotics may inactivate certain strains of bacterium in Visbiome®.