Strength: 60 Billion CFU
Size: 30 Servings

Subscribe to Save

60-day Money Back Guarantee

Product Facts:
  • Vegetarian
  • Gluten free  
  • Non-GMO
  • Serving size of 1 capsule  


  • Digestive health 
  • Immune health

Committed to Quality

Clean Ingredients


Manufactured in the USA

Gluten Free

Third Party Tested

Clean Ingredients

NatureWise Probiotics + Prebiotics is a powerful, comprehensive probiotic supplement with 17 different probiotic strains to support your daily digestion, gut health and immune health.* Our probiotics come with organic prebiotics which act as fuel for the probiotics. NatureWise Probiotics comes in delayed-release capsules that survive harsh stomach acids to get to where they're needed in the gut.

We also packed our product in shelf-stable CSP bottles that keep out light and moisture out with no refrigeration needed. Support your digestive health, gut health, and immune health with this advanced probiotic formula made with beneficial probiotic strains. NatureWise Probiotics + Prebiotics are vegetarian, and do not contain GMOs, gluten, wheat, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, fish, shellfish, or soy.


Also known as bacillus coagulans, this Lactic acid bacteria plays a crucial role in maintaining the stability and diversity of the gut microbiome.

Lactobacillus Reuteri

This strain promotes digestive health and supports healthy gut flora.

Lactobacillus Plantarum

Commonly added to yogurts, this strain can benefit skin health and immune health.

Lactobacillus Bulgaricus

This probiotic strain helps support healthy bowel movements and digestion.

Inulin (Jerusalem Artichoke)

Inulin extracted from Jerusalem Artichoke is a soluble fiber that acts as a prebiotic, which is fuel for gut healthy bacteria.

Lactobacillus Brevis

Naturally found in sauerkraut, this strain diversifies the gut microbiome and supports oral health.

Clear Benefits

Support daily digestive health and immune health with this comprehensive probiotic with added prebiotics.

Wellness Is Personal

Your supplement routine should be too.

Take the Quiz