Advanced Biotic
Advanced Biotic

Advanced Biotic

Support your gut wellness and immunity with our Advanced Biotic supplement. Each daily dose delivers 50 billion live bacteria. Our 4 specially selected strains survive the harsh acidity of the stomach and reach the lower gut alive and ready to support your good bacteria. Our probiotic supplement is completely dairy free and suitable for vegan. Embrace improved digestion, enhanced immunity, and comprehensive health benefits.

  • 60 vegan capsules. 2 per day.
  • Made in the UK to GMP standards.
  • Plastic-free packaging.
  • Family-owned business.
Regular price£30.00

Consume two capsules daily with meals.

Keep in mind that live bacteria can influence the composition of your gut flora. As a result, some individuals might encounter temporary discomfort such as bloating and flatulence in the initial stages. Should these symptoms surface, we recommend reducing your dosage to a single capsule.

While our live bacteria maintain stability at room temperature, refrigeration ensures their potency is preserved at the highest level.

2 capsules provide:
Ingredient Amount
Lactobacillus Acidophilus 20 billion cfu
Bifidobacterium Bifidum 10 billion cfu
Lactobacillus Rhamnosus 10 billion cfu
Bifidobacterium Lactis 10 billion cfu
Ingredients: Brown Rice Flour (Oryza Sativa), Capsule Shell (Vegetable Cellulose), Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Bifidobacterium Bifidum, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium Lactis.

100% clean formula.

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. All Ethical Nutrition products are free from animal-based ingredients and by-products. Registered with the vegan society. 

Free-from: GMOs, Magnesium Stearate, Gelatin, Palm Oil/Palm Oil Derivatives, Maltodextrin, Bulking Agents, Titanium Dioxide, Sugar. 

Allergen-free: totally free from gluten and allergen containing ingredients.

Additive-free: We don't use any nasty additives and where required we use gluten-free rice extract to help us to blend together ingredients and ensure they are accurately dosed.

Advanced Biotic Others
Number of Bacteria (in billions) 50 10 or less
Shelf Stable? X
Acid Tolerant? X
Research study? X

Probiotics, such as those in Advanced Biotic, have been shown to deliver several notable benefits:

Improved Digestion: Advanced Biotic's specific probiotic strains, like Lactobacillus Acidophilus, can support the breakdown and absorption of nutrients, helping your digestive system perform more efficiently [1].

Boosted Immunity: Did you know around 70% of our immune system resides in our gut? The strains in Advanced Biotic contribute to a healthier gut flora, a crucial element for a robust immune response [2].

Balanced Gut Flora: Achieving a
balanced gut microbiome is not just about supplementing with many different strains but about fostering an environment where your beneficial gut bacteria can thrive [3]. That's what Advanced Biotic aims for.

Enhanced Overall Health: A balanced gut contributes positively to many aspects of health, including mental well-being, weight management, and metabolic regulation [4].

An emerging body of research suggests that our gut flora, also known as our second brain, communicates extensively with our actual brain. The gut-brain axis is a complex network that may affect various aspects of our health, from mood to cognition and mental well-being. Thus, a healthier gut achieved by Advanced Biotic could potentially impact your brain's health positively [5].

It's essential to understand that not all probiotics are created equal. Different strains offer different health benefits and even work in different parts of your gut. The probiotics in Advanced Biotic were selected based on their specific benefits and their ability to work synergistically for your gut health [6].

There might be products boasting a high number of different strains, but the effectiveness of a probiotic is not just about the number of strains. We chose four key strains for Advanced Biotic because they complement each other and help create a beneficial environment for good gut bacteria. It's about quality, not just quantity [7].

Prebiotics are types of dietary fiber that act as food for probiotics. However, they are not essential for everyone and can sometimes lead to bloating and discomfort. Advanced Biotic focuses on providing high-quality probiotics for optimal gut health [8].

Probiotics can provide benefits for a wide range of individuals. Those with digestive concerns, on antibiotic treatment, or those looking to enhance their immunity may particularly benefit from Advanced Biotic. However, maintaining a balanced gut microbiome is beneficial for everyone, contributing to overall health and well-being [9].

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Key Ingredients Highlights

This strain plays a crucial role in nutrient absorption and maintaining a balanced gut environment. Regular intake can lead to improved digestion, better nutrient absorption, and an enhanced immune function [1].

Lactobacillus Acidophilus

Bifidobacterium Bifidum supports the overall health of the gut by regulating the intestinal environment. It can help manage harmful bacteria, enhance your immune system, and support healthy digestion [10].

Bifidobacterium Bifidum

Noted for promoting a healthy gut and immune system, this strain can enhance immunity, improve digestion, and even support mental well-being by communicating with your brain via the gut-brain axis [11].

Lactobacillus Rhamnosus

This strain aids in breaking down body waste and aids in the absorption of vitamins and minerals. Its benefits include improved digestion, increased nutrient absorption, and a balanced gut flora [12].

Bifidobacterium Lactis
Gut-Brain Axis

The gut-brain axis is a communication network linking your gut and brain. Imbalances in gut bacteria might influence mood, mental health, and behavior. By helping to balance your gut microbiota, Advanced Biotic supports this essential pathway, which can potentially positively affect mental well-being [13].

Gut-Immune Axis

The gut is a crucial player in the immune system, with gut microbes playing a significant role in shaping immune responses. With Advanced Biotic, you're bolstering this axis, enhancing your body's ability to fight off pathogens and potentially reducing the risk of certain immune-related diseases [14].

Why is Ethical Nutrition Different?


No Nasty Additives

Clean formulation, no additives, no allergens, no sugar.


Natural ingredients

Natural and 100% vegan.

Better absorbed

Proven to be bioavailable & gentle on digestion.

Higher strength

Optimum strength, maximum effectiveness.

Plastic free

We're the only brand to use fully paper packaging.

Family owned

Every penny you spend goes back to a small UK business.

Our mission is to help you feel amazing.

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