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New Enhance Formula!
Same product, but enhanced formula: but you only need one
capsule per day now instead of 4.
CaproBiotics Advanced™ Shelf Stable Goat Milk Probiotic
Formula Now with 30 billion microorganisms per serving. CaproBiotics
Advanced™ has 7 synergistic, broad spectrum, healthy probiotic strains.
Specifically designed to deliver maximum digestion enhancement and immune
support. CaproBiotics Advanced™ is shelf stable and does not require
refrigeration. However, probiotics always live longer and have a higher
potency if they are kept cold. We keep the CaproBiotics Advanced in cold
storage until shipped out to you.
Free of pesticides,
herbicides, antibiotics, or growth hormones.
Multiple Health and
7 synergistic, broad spectrum, healthy probiotic strains.
provides shelf stability.
Proprietary blend of
specific strains cultured in All Natural Goats’ Milk.
Read the Article
Natural Goat’s Milk Nutrition by Mt. Capra
By Christine Dreher & Mt. Capra
Read the Article:
Discover the Healing Power of Goat Milk
By Daniel Madock, DC, American Chiropractic
Past, Present, and Future, Naturally!
(The Health Benefits of Goat Products,
Minerals & pH Balance)
Healthy Living Article
- by Gloria Gilbere N.D., D.A.Hom., PhD
– Candida & Parasites
by Gloria Gilbere N.D., D.A.Hom., PhD, Healthy
What are Probiotics?
Probiotics are living helpful
microorganisms. When probiotics are introduced successfully into the
intestinal tract in adequate amounts, they have been shown to deliver
numerous health benefits. Such benefits may include restoration of
intestinal microorganisms following antibiotic use,1
strengthened immune system function,2 and possible relief
from ulcers,3 irritable bowel syndrome,4 and
lactose intolerance,5 as well as many other GI tract related
What is Caprobiotics Advanced™?
Caprobiotics Advanced is a natural
therapeutic whole food probiotic blend formulated with seven strains of
health enhancing bacteria. The proprietary blend of specific probiotics
in Caprobiotics Advanced have been cultured in goats’ milk and
formulated to ensure that the helpful microorganisms remain active and
viable while on the shelf as well as while passing through the stomach
to the intestinal tract.
Caprobiotics Advanced and
Caprobiotics Advanced unique blend of
probiotics includeing the probiotic powerhouse Lactobaccilus rhamnosus (LR).
LR ranges from assisting the immune system in fighting diarrhea causing
rotavirus,6 to maintaining normal microflora in the female
reproductive tract,7 to enhancing immune system activity by
increased IgA8 immunoglobulins and NKA9 (natural
killer cells) levels.
CaproBiotics Advanced also contains the
following strains of beneficial probiotics:
Lactobacillus acidophilus: Studies have
shown that this probiotic may provide relief from peptic ulcers,10
certain allergy symptoms,11 and gastric distress.12
Lactobacillus casei: Studies link this
probiotic to increased immune function,13 promotion of
colon health,14 and natural anti-tumor15 and
Bifidobacterium longum: May offer help
to those suffering from allergies,17 may reduce symptoms
and duration of the common cold,18 and has shown potential
to help lower cholesterol levels.19
Lactobacillus bulgaricus: Has been
linked with enabling more efficient utilization of carbohydrates5
possibly alleviating certain carbohydrate intolerances and
malabsorption. Also shows potential to protect the body from oxidative
stress20 as well as exhibiting anti-tumor properties.21
Demonstrates activity which appears to prohibit and/or slow the
formation of dangerous mutagens.22
Caprobiotics Advanced™ has Natural
Synergy with CapraColostrum™
Laboratory research demonstrates that by
supplementing probiotics with colostrum, certain immune system
activities such as lymphocyte growth and macrophage phagocytosis may be
increased by up to twice their normal capacity.23
Caprobiotics Advanced™ and Goats’
Caprobiotics Advanced™ has been cultured
in a fresh goats’ milk medium. This natural environment is pH friendly
and allows for healthy cell growth which ultimately produces a probiotic
supplement that has a stable shelf life and superior intestinal
These statements have not been evaluated
by the FDA. This product is food supplement, not a medicine. We make no
Manufactured in the USA exclusively by:
Mt. Capra Products
1Effect of probiotics on preventing disruption of the intestinal
microflora following antibiotic therapy: a double-blind,
placebo-controlled pilot study. International Immunopharmacology. 2005
June 5 (6):1091-7.
2Effects of probiotic therapy in critically ill patients: a randomized,
double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. American Journal of Clinical
Nutrition. 2007 March 85(3):816-23.
3Effect of different probiotic preparations on anti-helicobacter pylori
therapy-related side effects: a parallel group, triple blind,
placebo-controlled study. American Journal of Gastroenterology 2002
November 97 (11):2744-9.
4A probiotic mixture alleviates symptoms in irritable bowel syndrome
patients: a controlled 6-month intervention. Alimentary Pharmacology
Therapy 2005 September 1 22(5):38794.
5Utilization of Lactose, Glucose, and Galactose by a Mixed Culture of
Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus bulgaricus in Milk Treated
with Lactase Enzyme. Applied Environmental Microbiology. 1976 July
6Lactic acid bacteria in the treatment of acute rotavirus
gastroenteritis. J. Pediatric. Gastroenterology. Nutrition. 1995
7Oral use of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1 and L. fermentum RC-14
significantly alters vaginal flora: randomized, placebo-controlled trial
in 64 healthy women. FEMS Immunology Medical Microbiology 2003 35:131-4.
8Ability of Lactobacillus GR-1 and RC-14 to stimulate host defences and
reduce gut translocation and infectivity of Salmonella typhimurium.
Nutraceut. Food 2002. 7:168–173.
9Systemic immunity-enhancing effects in healthy subjects following
dietary consumption of the lactic acid bacterium Lactobacillus rhamnosus
HN001. Journal for American College of Nutrition. 2001 April 20(2 Suppl):149-56.
10Favourable effect of an acidified milk (LC-1) on Helicobacter pylori
gastritis in man. European Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
11Clinical effects of Lactobacillus acidophilus strain L-92 on perennial
allergic rhinitis: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Journal of
Dairy Science. 2005 February88(2):52733.
12Effect of Lactobacillus acidophilus on antibiotic-associated
gastrointestinal morbidity: a prospective randomized trial. Journal of
Otolaryngology. 1995 August 24(4):230-3.
13Intake of fermented milk containing Lactobacillus casei DN-114 001 and
its effect on gut flora Anales de Pediatra 2006 November 65(5):448-53.
14Mesalazine and/or Lactobacillus casei in preventing recurrence of
symptomatic uncomplicated diverticular disease of the colon: a
prospective, randomized open-label study. Journal of Clinical
Gastroenterology. 2006 April 40(4):312-6.
15Immunomodulatory and antitumor effects in vivo by the cytoplasmic
fraction of Lactobacillus casei and Bifidobacterium longum. Journal of
Vet Science. 2004 March 5(1):41-8.
16Anti-inflammatory effect of Lactobacillus casei on Shigella-infected
human intestinal epithelial cells. Journal of Immunology. 2006 Jan 15
17Effect of probiotic Bifidobacterium longum BB536 [corrected] in
relieving clinical symptoms and modulating plasma cytokine levels of
Japanese cedar pollinosis during the pollen season. A randomized
double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Investigational Allergology and
Clinical Immunology. 2006 16(2):86-93.
18Effect of Lactobacillus gasseri PA 16/8, Bifidobacterium longum SP
07/3, B. bifidum MF 20/5 on common cold episodes: a double blind,
randomized, controlled trial. Clinical Nutrition. 2005 August 24
19Effects of milk products fermented by Bifidobacterium longum on blood
lipids in rats and healthy adult male volunteers. Journal of Dairy
Science. 2003 July 86(7):2452-61.
20Cytoprotective agent in Lactobacillus bulgaricus extracts. Current
Microbiology. 2007 February 54(2):131-5.
21Mechanism of the anti-tumoral effect of the blastolysin fraction
isolated from Lactobacillus bulgaricus Voprosy Onkology. 1987
22Antimutagenic activity of milk fermented by Streptococcus thermophilus
and Lactobacillus bulgaricus. Journal of Dairy Science. 1990 December
23Synergistic effects of Lactobacillus rhamnosus ZDY114 and bovine
colostrums on the immunological function of mouse in vivo and in vitro.
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 2007 Jan 16
24Growth and metabolism of selected strains of probiotic bacteria in
milk. International Journal of Food Microbiology. 2003 October 15