OptiBac 'One week flat'
'One week flat' is a food supplement containing natural bacteria (live cultures), in powdered sachets to be taken daily as a one-week course. This can be taken once a month, or as frequently as desired. One week flat' from OptiBac is gluten free and therefore may be especially suitable for those with bloating.
Abdominal or stomach bloating is thought to be associated with food intolerances, constipation, over-eating, PMS or intestinal gas; leaving the abdomen feeling uncomfortable, full and tight. If you have poor digestion, waste materials and the gases they produce can remain in the gut for long periods of time, often at high temperatures and pressures. This causes bloating and stretching of the gut walls beyond their comfortable limits. An imbalance of bacteria in the gut may result in poor digestive health, bloating, production of smelly and uncomfortable gases, and sluggish bowels.
As a natural food supplement 'One week flat' can be given to adults and children from 4 years old & up, with the following recommendations: Take one sachet daily with breakfast for a 7 day course, or as professionally directed.
We highly recommend you take 'One week flat' for 7 consecutive days. Most customers take this course once a month, but it can taken as often as desired. For more information see our FAQ: How often should I take OptiBac 'One week flat'?
For best results:
- Pour an inch of water into a tall glass, leaving plenty of room for swirling.
- Shake the sachet well before gently sprinkling in the powder.
- Leave powder to dissolve naturally.
- Vigorously swirl the water around in the glass.
- Drink, wait, and enjoy the benefits!
Like the rest of the OptiBac range, this does not require refrigeration.
Store away from direct sunlight.
Live cultures are not recommended for those with serious medical conditions eg. those who are severely immunosuppressed, have pancreatitis, are in the ICU, have melaena, have a central venous catheter, infants with short bowel syndrome, or to patients with open wounds following major surgery; unless under a doctor's care.