Frequently Asked Questions
Here are just a few of the most asked questions!
How much can I take? When? How often? Can I take too much?
1-3 teaspoon a day is the recommended dose. Although not a must, ideally take ProGood after a meal as this helps neutralise stomach acid thus enabling maximum affect. ProGood is not a drug or prescribed medicine so you can take more if you feel the need to achieve the desired results.
Do I need to keep ProGood in the fridge?
We highly recommend you keep ProGood in the fridge to make sure the product stays as effective as possible. If you leave ProGood out of the fridge for a day or two, don’t panic or think its wasted. ProGood will still be very effective for a few days out of the fridge.
Is it safe for children?
We recommend ProGood for children 1 year and up. Children younger than this are very sensitive to fibre and because ProGood contains fibre, we do not recommend giving it to a child younger than 1 year old.
Can I take it if I am pregnant?
It is ok for pregnant woman to take ProGood but talk to your doctor first.
I'm a vegetarian. Are there any traces of animal products?
ProGood contains no animal products so is fine for vegetarians
Do probiotic pills survive better in the acidic stomach environment than a powder form?
In the case of ProGood, no. The prebiotics in ProGood are very good at protecting the probiotics and are actually constantly increasing the numbers of the probiotics throughout the whole digestive system