Culturelle® Abdominal Support and Comfort Packets
A Triple-Action Symbiotic Formula – With naturally sourced
bioactive HMO Prebiotics + Probiotics.
Helps with occasional abdominal issues including:
- Abdominal Discomfort*
Easy to use, no capsules, only 1 packet per day!
Culturelle® Abdominal Support & Comfort supplement is specially formulated with a blend of naturally sourced bioactive Prebiotics known as Human Milk Oligosaccharides (HMOs). The HMO is a selective prebiotic that stimulates the growth of beneficial bacteria, specifically Bifidobacterium, to promote gut health.*
Triple Action Symbiotic Formula
Plus, the Power of Probiotics to foster the proper balance between good and non-beneficial bacteria that resides in the gut.* Together, the unique symbiotic blend supports normal gut barrier function.*
Directions for Use
Comes in single serve packets. For adults and children 12 years of age and older.
- Take one (1) stick pack per day
- Dissolve contents of 1 packet in water or other beverage or sprinkle on top of any food. Power easily mixes with foods & drinks, hot or cold.
- Consume immediately after opening the packet
- Culturelle® Abdominal Support & Relief is an odorless powder with neutral taste. It imparts no taste in any flavored food or drink. In water, may have a slight (mild) sweetness.
- Please use under medical supervision. Dosage can be altered as directed by a healthcare provider.
Frequently Asked Questions
Culturelle® Abdominal Support & Comfort is a dietary supplement designed for 4-in-1 abdominal support to help with occasional discomfort, bloating, gas, and constipation*. It’s a daily proactive approach to supporting digestive health and complements healthy diet & lifestyle changes*. Culturelle® Abdominal Support & Comfort is a tasteless, odorless powder which provides a microbiome nutrient plus a probiotic to help support gut, colon, and intestinal health.
Culturelle® Abdominal Support & Comfort contains a combination of naturally sourced bioactive HMO Prebiotic, 2’ fucosyllactose, Plus, the clinically proven probiotic bacillus coagulans IS2.
HMO stands for human milk oligosaccharides. HMO are considered a naturally sourced, bioactive prebiotic that helps support gut health.
Note: The HMO found in this product is not from human milk.
Probiotics used for the digestive system work by introducing good bacteria into your body to rebalance your own microbiome. HMOs are unique targeted prebiotics in that they nourish only select gut bacteria so that your microbiota produces the nutrients your body needs to help restore balance in your gut. In other words, HMOs work naturally with your body to make real changes to your microbiota.
Culturelle® Abdominal Support & Comfort comes in a packet that can be mixed into a hot or cold food or drink. It’s easy to use, no capsules, only once a day!
Take one packet of Culturelle® Abdominal Support & Comfort once per day. It’s easy to use, no capsules, only once a day!
It may contain traces of lactose (milk), however the amount of lactose contained is very small and ordinarily too low to trigger any symptoms of lactose intolerance. Lactose intolerant participants in a clinical trial reported no adverse events.
We’re sensitive to food sensitivities and allergies, which is why we created Culturelle® Abdominal Support & Comfort to be free from: artificial flavors, sweeteners, and coloring; yeast; preservatives; gluten; GMOs; soy, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, eggs, fish, and shellfish.
Yes, Culturelle® Abdominal Support & Comfort is FODMAP-friendly! Not all oligosaccharides are covered by the “O” in FODMAP. The FODMAP oligosaccharides generally contain the sugar, fructose, and are found in vegetables, fruits, legumes, etc. These FODMAP oligosaccharides are digested by many intestinal bacteria, many of which produce gases that generate symptoms such as bloating. The human milk oligosaccharides in Culturelle® Abdominal Support & Comfort do not contain fructose. Also, because of their unique structure, only a very small number of specific intestinal bacteria can digest them, and these specific bacteria are not known gas producers.