What makes delPRO different?
delPRO is a fast-acting, live, daily probiotic infused with the immune-boosting metabiotic,
del-IMMUNE V, and the prebiotic, inulin, which promotes beneficial gut flora. When taken daily, delPRO improves digestive and immune health and balances the gut and mood. It’s everything you want in a probiotic and more.
Our gut tells us you are going to love it, but don't take our word for it, experience it for yourself!
Tens of trillions
Tens of trillions of "good" bacteria live in your gut.
70 percent of our immune system is in the stomach.
60 to 70 million
60 to 70 million people in the U.S. have digestive issues.
Twice as many
Almost twice as many women suffer from digestive health issues on a weekly basis compared to men.
3.9 million adults
3.9 million U.S. adults take probiotics and/or prebiotics.
Butterflies in your stomach? Those are signals from your second brain – your gut.
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Top 10 Probiotic Foods for a Healthy Gut
Improving gut health is so important given its connection to overall wellbeing, and probiotics play an integral role in enhancing healthy bacteria in the gut. While probiotics can be taken in supplement form, there are healthy and delicious foods that are rich in these natural immune-boosting microbes that will benefit your diet...READ MORE
What is Gut Flora?
Gut flora is defined as the collection of microorganisms that live in the digestive tract of almost all living things. There are more than 400 different types of bacteria that can live in the gut, which is why ensuring that your gut flora levels are balanced is crucial for ensuring overall health and well-being. Too much of one and/or not enough of another can result in problems such as difficulty with nutrient absorption, excessive gas and bloating, or even diarrhea or constipation...READ MORE
The Gut-Brain Connection is Real
Ever have a gut feeling - or butterflies in your stomach? This is no coincidence. Your brain affects your gut health and research suggests that your gut affects your brain health. This is why the gut is often referred to as the "second brain." Your gut is not only connected to your gastrointestinal health but also your behavior and emotions, your mental health - and there's research that proves it even has bearing on neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders...READ MORE