Schiff Digestive Advantage Gummies Probiotics + Immune Health Vitamin C Zinc Description
Digestive Advantage® Probiotics Advanced + Immune Health
250 mg Vitamin C
With a Blend of Vitamin C, Zinc and a Daily Probiotic to Support Immune Health
With a Unique Patented Probiotic Strain, BC30, to Deliver More Live Good Bacteria to Your Gut
New from Schiff comes Digestive Advantage Probiotics Advanced + Immune Health Gummies. These delicious natural fruit flavor gummies are a unique blend of Vitamin C, Zinc and a Daily Probiotic (BC30 Bacillus coagulans GBI-30, 6086) to help support your body’s natural defenses. We know digestive health is key to overall health and that digestive issues can put you at a disadvantage. That is why, for over 15 years, Digestive Advantage has been dedicated to your digestive health. Bringing you breakthrough and patented probiotic strains that help support your digestive and immune health.
Adults and children 4 years of age and older: Chew two (2) gummies daily. Chew thoroughly before swallowing. Not for children under 3 years of age due to the risk of choking.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Serving Size: 2 Gummies
Servings per Container: 32
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Total Carbohydrate||7 g||3%|
| Total Sugars||5 g|
| Includes 5 g Added Sugars||10%|
|Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid and sodium ascorbate)||250 mg||278%|
|Zinc (as zinc oxide)||2 mg||18%|
|BC30 Bacillus coagulans|
GBI-30, 6086 (500 Million CFUs)
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Corn syrup, sugar, water, gelatin, natural flavors, pectin, citric acid, colors from fruits and vegetables.
Contains soy. This product contains sulfites.
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How Long Should You Wait to Exercise After a Big Meal?
Indulging in a festive meal is a holiday tradition – a ritual even dietitians encourage
! While it’s tempting to curl up on the couch post-feast with a full belly, a dose of physical activity can go a long way in assisting with digestion and boosting energy. But after any large meal, you’ll want to think twice before hitting the gym with an intense workout. While exercise can aid digestion, too much activity can cause an upset stomach. Wise up with the tips below for an enjoyable and practical post-feast workout.
Exercising After Eating: Tips & Tricks
- The larger the meal, the longer it will take to digest. Give your body time to start digesting before jumping into a workout. Waiting 1-2 hours after eating a moderate size meal is optimal before exercising.
- Eating a small meal pre-workout can give you nutrients to energize your workout. Eating a large meal can cause cramping and bloating, potentially cutting your workout short.
- Meals higher in fat, fiber and protein usually digest slower, so it’s best to avoid them close to a workout.
- Eating a large meal too close to a workout can cause cramping, bloating, nausea and lethargy.
Time your exercises appropriately after a meal with these recommendations:
1-2 hours: weight training, biking and skiing
1.5-3 hours: running, swimming and crossfit
Best three exercises after a big holiday meal
This is the perfect (and probably favorite) exercise following a big meal. Family and friends of all ages and fitness levels can enjoy a stroll. Walking is low-impact and helps to speed up the food moving from the stomach to the small intestines, which could help with heartburn and acid reflux.
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2. Cores exercises
You may not think moving your midsection after eating a full meal would be wise, but on the contrary, core exercises after a meal could help. Performing some gentle core exercises can help ease some post-meal bloat and aches.
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A 15-minute yoga session gently moves your body in a way that can lessen bloating. Yoga promotes full-body relaxation, which can aid in digestion. Try easy poses and deep breathing to increase digestion and energy.
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