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Recommended if less than 10 lbs overweight
$42 per bottle
Recommended if 10-30 lbs overweight
$34 per bottle
Recommended if 30+ lbs overweight
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How many bottles should I order?
A: With research suggesting that probiotic supplementation is even more important to your health than taking a daily multi-vitamin, and the fact that inadequate probiotic levels have been linked through research to more than 170 different diseases and health issues, including obesity and weight gain, we truly believe that EVERYONE should be taking a probiotic daily, ongoing, to continually fight against the bacteria-imbalancing factors that we are constantly exposed to every single day.
With that said, it is best to stock up and save more today with our special free-bottle discounted packages in order to restore and maintain a healthy probiotic balance while avoiding the negative consequences associated with toxic belly bugs and bacterial imbalances.
You can always return what you don’t use if you decide Pro-X10 isn’t right for you. Additionally, these packages allow you to take advantage of our lowest possible prices today, without the worry of increasing prices and/or additional shipping fees later.
Q: What specifically makes Pro-X10 the best probiotic supplement in the industry?
A: Through patented microencapsulation technology, Pro-X10™ delivers up to TEN TIMES more healthy bacteria to your gut (50 BILLION cells daily) when compared to traditional probiotic products where 93% of the cells are DEAD and useless before ever reaching their final destination.
Simply put, dead probiotics don’t and can’t work, and as mentioned earlier, not only are these products a complete waste of your time and hard-earned money, but much more importantly they are robbing you of the critically important health benefits of probiotics while continuing to leave your body in an endangered state.
In addition to that, Pro-X10:
- Is manufactured via a patented allergen-free process
- Is gluten-free and 100% All Natural
- Contains no artificial additives, colors, flavors, preservatives, or sweeteners
- Contains Actazin™, one of the most powerful probiotic support nutrients of all time, to support the regeneration of damaged gut lining cells
- Contains three additional, extremely unique probiotic strains not included in typical probiotic products, including: Bacillus Subtilis (for anti-inflammation), Lactobacillus salvarious (for unprecedented oral health), and S. boulardii (for immune support, especially during periods of high stress)
- Contains only the finest ingredients and top-rate probiotic strains, along with the true, Scientific Dose™ of each (meaning, we only use the exact amount of each ingredient that research shows to be effective)
- Is backed by FDA-accredited 3rd party quality assurance testing and an unheard of 1-YEAR Unconditional Money-back Guarantee.
Q: What are the ingredients and amounts used in the formula?
Q: How do I use this product?
A: Simply take two Pro-X10 capsules daily: one capsule just prior to breakfast and one capsule before dinner.
Q: Is it ok to take this supplement long term?
A: Yes, absolutely, and that is what is recommended. As mentioned, research suggests that probiotic supplementation is even more important to your health than taking a daily multi-vitamin, and because inadequate probiotic levels have been linked through research to more than 170 different diseases and health issues, including obesity and weight gain, we truly believe that EVERYONE should be taking a probiotic daily, ongoing, to continually fight against the bacteria-imbalancing factors that we are constantly exposed to every single day.
Q: Does this product contain caffeine or any other stimulants?
A: No. There are no stimulants in Pro-X10 whatsoever.
Q: Are there any allergy concerns with this product?
A: Pro-X10™ is manufactured under a patented allergen-free manufacturing process. Pro-X10 is also gluten-free, and even approved for vegetarians and vegans due to our use of plant-based veggie capsules. If you have any concerns, please consult with your physician.
Q: If I have a medical condition, can I take this product?
A: Pro-X10 is an all-natural formula that is considered safe and extremely effective for nearly everyone. However, if you take prescription medications or have a medical condition, we recommend that you show a bottle of Pro-X10 to your physician and/or pharmacist for proper approval. You can always return it later with our 1-year money-back guarantee.
Q: How will this product be shipped to me and how quickly?
A: We will ship your order directly to your home or office using USPS and you will have it within 5 to 7 business days. Rush shipping is available.
Q: Will anything else be sent to me, or billed to me, after I order?
A: No. This is NOT an auto-ship program. You only get shipped what you order today and nothing more.
Q: Is it safe to order online from your web site?
A: Yes. We use a 256-bit secure ordering server so you are protected the same as if you were ordering from Amazon.com or any other trusted Web site.
Q: How long will the sale last?
A: We are unable to guarantee today’s pricing beyond today. Our pricing often changes due to the constantly changing prices of the high-quality, exotic ingredients used in Pro-X10, along with the varying cost of patented manufacturing and Microencapsultation Technology™. To guarantee our lowest pricing, be sure to secure your order today.
Q: What if this product doesn’t work for me?
A: While Pro-X10 was created to work, if for any reason at all you are unsatisfied with your Pro-X10 purchase, just let us know and we will refund even empty bottles without question. You’re always protected by our industry best 1 YEAR Money Back Guarantee.
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