Consumers know that probiotics are good for their health and are increasingly concerned in making sure they are taking the best one. Pharmacists know that refrigerated probiotics exemplify quality because they maintain their potency levels, providing maximum effectiveness.
Probiotics are live bacteria, and when left unrefrigerated the cells naturally die off at a faster rate. When probiotics sit on the store shelf, at room temperature, they lose their potency as the live cultures die off. Research has shown that to be effective, probiotic supplements must contain billions of live cultures.
Florajen Probiotics are known for having the right strains at the right cell counts and maintaining a Cold Chain Commitment™, keeping their probiotics refrigerated, fresh and potent from time of manufacture to time of purchase.
If you’re a Walgreen’s pharmacist or technician, you may notice these refrigerated probiotics in your pharmacy refrigerator. This is because Florajen Probiotics are now available to patients at Walgreens stores nationwide. Three SKUs within the Florajen line have been added to the “Ask Your Pharmacist” planogram and will be held in the pharmacy refrigerator. While all 6 Florajen SKUs will continue to be available to order, Florajen Digestion 60 count, Florajen Women 30 count, and Florajen Acidophilus 60 count will be auto-replenished.
When pharmacy customers come to you with questions about their prescription medication, what better way to help them avoid the unpleasant side effects of antibiotics than to offer quality refrigerated probiotics? Florajen Probiotics help restore the good flora and maintain the natural bacterial ratio the body needs to stay healthy. Often recommended by healthcare professionals for concomitant use with antibiotics, Florajen Probiotics help patients feel better, while getting better.
Learn more about the safe, effective, and affordable refrigerated probiotics that were founded by bacteriologists over 25 years ago at www.florajen.com.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.