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*Real-world evidence study (n=1218).

Approved by experts

Professor Simon Gaisford

Head of Pharmaceutics at UCL School of Pharmacy

“Symprove is different from other probiotics because it is water-based, which means it limits exposure to gastric juices and digestive enzymes”

Professor Ingvar Bjarnason

Consultant Gastroenterologist, Kings College Hospital, London

Symprove has been proven in a number of rigorous randomised double-blind controlled trials conducted at King's College Hospital. These results have been supported by several studies in-vitro, demonstrating changes in physiological and microbiological effects”​

Dr Sarah Jarvis MBE, FRCGP

Practicing GP, Clinical Consultant for patient.info and Medical broadcaster

“[For me], the most important factor when selecting an effective probiotic formulation is choosing a product which remains live and viable when ingested”​​

Imogen Wolsey

Registered Dietitian, Symprove

“92% of people feel the difference with Symprove and we can provide healthcare professionals with a free trial so you can see for yourself”

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