Your gut microbiome is an important determinant of your health and wellness.
Probiotics are human-associated good microorganisms which are consumed either with food or as a supplement.
We have made a custom formula with probiotic+prebiotics+immunobiotics for improving the GI health and wellness.

Probiotics are human-associated microorganisms which are consumed either with food or as a supplement with the purpose of improving the health. Probiotics are often called "good" or "helpful" bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy. Majority physicians and researchers believes probiotics to be safe for most patients and 98% responded that probiotics have a role in treating gastrointestinal illnesses or symptoms.

Probiotic therapy is a relatively new therapy whereby you ingest living, non-pathogenic bacteria in order to prevent or relieve a variety of human ailments. At ART, Probiotic supplements are specifically formulated/customized to assure that the bacteria are able to survive the acid environment of the stomach. Many trials will been performed for assessing the benefits of probiotics in treating gastrointestinal illnesses.

Benefits of PROBIOTIC Gut Health THERAPY

Probiotics promote a healthy balance of gut bacteria and have been linked to a wide range of health benefits.
Balance The Friendly Bacteria in Your Digestive System

Probiotics include "good" bacteria. These are live microorganisms that can provide health benefits when consumed. Probiotics are usually found in fermented foods or taken as supplements. Probiotics has the ability to restore the natural balance of gut bacteria .

Prevent and Treat Diarrhea

Probiotics are widely known for their ability to prevent diarrhea or reduce its severity. Several research suggest probiotic use is associated with a reduced risk of antibiotic-associated diarrhea. Probiotics can also help with other forms of diarrhea not associated with antibiotics.

Improve Some Mental Health Conditions

Taking probiotic supplements can decrease depression levels by reducing chronic inflammation and balancing hormones.

Help Keep Your Heart Healthy

Probiotics may help keep your heart healthy by lowering bad cholesterol and blood pressure.

Reduce Symptoms of Certain Digestive Disorders

Probiotics have benefits for bowel disorders and help with symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.

Help Boost Your Immune System

Probiotics help give your immune system a boost and inhibit the growth of harmful gut bacteria

Help You Lose Weight and Belly Fat

Probiotics help with weight loss through a number of different mechanisms. They also help you feel fuller for longer, burn more calories and store less fat.


WHO defines Probiotics as “Living microorganisms, provide a health benefit to the consumer. Probiotics is considered be safe helping us to improve our overall health by improving our bowel/gut performance and modulating immune system’s response.
Probiotics provide health benefits through a number of mechanisms including improving food digestion, removal of dietary cholesterol, blocking bad bacteria or pathogens from attaching to the gut wall and by promoting nutrient and water uptake.
Certain Probiotics have shown to reduce the effects of stress on the gut and improve our overall digestion. Probiotics are consumed to help restore a more diverse population of bacteria to improve our digestive process.
A daily dose of probiotics is recommended to maintain a healthy intestinal environment.
Several lifestyle factors may interfere with and weaken your intestinal flora, which plays a key role in your general health. These factors may cause a subtle imbalance that gradually favours the growth of “bad bacteria” over that of “good bacteria”. Regularly taking a quality probiotic product can help to maintain a rich, diversified and well-balanced intestinal flora regulating effects on inflammatory illnesses, digestive illnesses, side effects linked to antibiotics etc.
Most research shows that probiotics should be taken during and also 1-2 weeks post antibiotic therapy to assist in the restoration of the intestinal microflora and minimize the opportunity for antibiotic-related side effects. We recommend that you take probiotics at least two hours before or after your antibiotic, to minimise the amount of good bacteria that may be killed by the antibiotic.