If you’ve been reading our mag recently (and we hope you have), you’ll be well aware that probiotics are dominating the headlines within the world of wellness right now. Not only are they the GOAT when it comes to gut health, but the latest science also suggests that they could also have a positive impact on mental health, too.
Even better news – you can now get 30% off Symprove – the probiotic beloved by Millie Mackintosh and top dieticians – this Amazon Prime Day.
Symprove has a serious celebrity following, with former Women’s Health cover stars Millie Mackintosh, Ella Mills and Gemma Atkinson all having been seen online knocking back this expert-approved probiotic liquid.
Why? Because unlike so many other probiotics on the market which promise serious gut health gains then die as soon as they hit your stomach, Symprove is clinically proven to go the distance.
In fact, independent research from University College London found that this powerful probiotic was able to not only survive in but also colonise the gut without falling foul of stomach acid en route.
Containing 10 billion live and active colony forming units (a.k.a. CFUs), Symprove is 'a unique water-based food supplement to support the gut microbiome.'
Probiotic strengths vary, but if you’re looking for a general gut health boost, you’re going to need with at least 5 billion live CFUs according to the experts.
Taken once a day, in the morning on an empty stomach, Symprove offers two flavours to choose from: original (one for the OGs out there) and Mango and Passionfruit (for those with more tropical tastebuds).
Sound interesting? Find out more about what happened when we trialled Symprove here at Women's Health HQ.
Remember, you have to be a member of Amazon Prime in order to get in on any of the deals available today and tomorrow. But before you get FOMO, there’s still time to join.
Anyone eligible can join Prime or start a FREE 30 day trial any time to participate, by visiting Amazon Prime Day here.
As well as getting access to some amazing deals, Prime Music and Prime Video are also both included, so alongside getting some serious discounts and next day delivery, you’ll also be able to watch and stream thousands of the hottest songs, movies and TV shows right now.
Once your free trial ends, you’ll be upgraded to a paid Prime membership costing £7.99 a month. Commitment phobic? Don’t worry, it’s easy to cancel any time.
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