Did you know that ear, nose, and throat health begins in the mouth?
Researchers have discovered that probiotic balance is crucial for maintaining wellness in the ears, nose, and throat. These regions are entirely interconnected. Lifestix™ E.N.T. CARE introduces beneficial probiotics into the mouth. There they grow and establish a healthy probiotic shield throughout the E.N.T. system.*
- Provides the patented BLIS K12™ probiotic strain, proven to support immune defense in the ears, nose, and throat*
- Delicious strawberry flavor
- Convenient stick pack poured directly in mouth—no beverage mixing
- Travel friendly—no refrigeration needed
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How to use E.N.T. CARE
Lifestix™ E.N.T. CARE is beneficial for the whole family.
- Ages 2-12: Enjoy 1 stick pack per day
- Ages 13+: Take 2 stick packs per day
Pour the stick pack directly into your mouth. Enjoy and swallow. No beverage mixing. It’s that easy! Safe for year-round ongoing use.
The Science Behind the Supplement
Probiotic researchers are making new discoveries every day. These microscopic good guys are vital, not only for digestive health, but for immune health and whole body wellness. Lifestix™ E.N.T. CARE harnesses powerful probiotic immune support and guides it to the ears, nose, and throat.*
Lifestix™ E.N.T. CARE stick packs rely on the patented BLIS K12™ probiotic strain. Research has found that children who tend to be healthy year-round often have naturally occurring BLIS-type probiotics in their mouths.1*
Now it’s possible to mimic this healthy probiotic profile.
E.N.T. CARE introduces BLIS K12™ probiotics into the mouth—where they grow, thrive, and provide their immune-health benefits. This probiotic strain has been the subject of lab and human clinical research.2 It has demonstrated support for optimal E.N.T. health in both children and adults.*
1. Fantinato V, Jorge A, Shimizu M. “Production of Bacteriocin-Like inhibitory Substances (BLIS) by Streptococcus Salivarius Strains Isolated from the Tongue and Throat of Children…” Revista de Microbiologia. 1999; 30(4):332-334.
2. Di Pierro F et. al. “Preliminary pediatric clinical evaluation of the oral probiotic Streptococcus salivarius K12…” International Journal of General Medicine. 2012; 5:991-997.