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Vive Biotics

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  • Inhibits Growth Of Bad Bacteria*
  • Helps Repair Intestinal Damage Caused By Gluten*
  • Aids The Breakdown & Removal Of Harmful Toxins*
  • Helps Stop Bloating, Supports Better Digestion*
  • Contains 15 Extremely Unique Probiotic Strains*


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4 drops, 2 times per day before meals

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Features & Benefits

4 Reasons Vive Biotics Is Going To Change Your Health And Fat Burning Results

Do you suffer from gas and bloating? Frequently experience muscle and joint pain you can’t explain? Are you always exhausted and craving carbohydrates? Or, do you find that you feel depressed or irritable on a regular basis?

These are just a few of the negative symptoms that can be associated with an improper level of healthy and unhealthy bacteria living in your intestinal tract. Unless you do something to correct this imbalance, it could go on to lead to conditions such as cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, or Crohn’s disease.

Fortunately, you can quickly and effectively restore the level of healthy bacteria in your gut with Vive Biotics.

Supports Healthy Fat Loss

Reason #1

Supports Healthy Fat Loss

Studies that have been conducted on obese versus non-obese individuals have shown that those who have an unhealthy level of bad bacteria in their gut experience far more fat gain than those who don’t.

In fact, in one study, when subjects were given a probiotic daily, they were able to reduce their abdominal fat by 5% over a period of 12 weeks. Those who were not given the probiotic saw no extra fat loss at all.

The reason for your current bodyweight problem could be due to the fact that you have far too many bad bacteria living in your gut from the consumption of processed carbohydrates, artificial sweeteners – even fruits and vegetables you thought were healthy, but were actually covered in pesticides and herbicides.

Vive Biotics defends against these bad bacteria, restoring the good bacteria level and instantly moving fat loss along.

A Great Defense Against Invading Toxins

Reason #2

A Great Defense Against Invading Toxins

One of the biggest problems with most probiotics on the market is the fact that they are destroyed in your body before they even get a chance to do their job. The stomach is highly acidic and when bile is released, it’s going to kill off 80-99% of traditional unprotected live probiotic cells. This means that although you are taking the best probiotics available, they aren’t even able to do their job. It doesn’t matter how large of a dose of probiotics you take, if they can’t withstand these conditions, they aren’t getting very far.

That’s why Vive Biotics has spent so much time and resources developing an exclusive proprietary natural fermentation process. This helps them bypass that acidic stomach and get to the intestines safe and sound so they can complete their job.

If you haven't taken a probiotic before and haven’t felt a difference, this is likely the exact reason why. With our product, you will feel the difference because there will be a difference. The same cannot be said for most other products out there as they rely on encapsulation rather than fermentation.

Significantly Enhanced Digestion

Reason #3

Significantly Enhanced Digestion

If you aren’t able to break down the foods you eat properly, you won’t get the nutrients those foods contain. So even if you are eating healthy, your body isn’t realizing the benefits. You might as well be eating burgers, pizza, and nachos for all your body cares.

If you’re taking the time and energy to make sure you put in the proper foods in your body, you must make sure your body is able to utilize these foods correctly. Vive Biotics is going to support the natural digestion process so that your body absorbs each and every vitamin and mineral you eat. The result?

Less risk of nutrient deficiencies that could go on to cause low energy, a reduced metabolism, joint pain, poor endurance levels, difficulty focusing, and even serious diseases such as cancer or autoimmune disease.

If you don’t currently have enough healthy bacteria in your gut, you could be putting your health in jeopardy. Vive Biotics will change that.

Immune System Support

Reason #4

Immune System Support

When your immune system is weakened, it’s like you’re opening the door for invading bacteria, viruses, and toxins. Not only that, but you’re going to feel run down, tired, and weak. Doesn’t sound like a good mix for putting in a solid workout at the gym or feeling up to doing all that life asks of you – does it? If your body is constantly fending off invading toxins however and allowing these bad bacteria to take over your intestinal tract, that is precisely how you will be feeling.

Vive Biotics has been designed to ensure that you maintain the ideal ratio of 85% good bacteria and 15% bad bacteria in your gut so that your immune system is running at top speed. In addition to that, we’ve also created an industry-first in maximizing colonization in the gut by designing fermented Toxin-Scavenging Lactobacillus. During the fermentation process, the bacterium are trained by repetitive passes of increased doses of mixed toxins and other substances bound to ‘bad’ bacterial cell walls so that they will thrive in any toxin-challenged environment. Basically, they are going to go out and seek and destroy toxins, making sure you never have to suffer from unhealthy levels of bad bacteria again.

This makes Vive Biotics the most powerful probiotic product on the market.

There are 15 extremely unique probiotic strains in this product that are not found in 99% of other products on the market. It’s dairy, wheat, soy, and gluten-free and incredibly easy to take. If you have not seen results using other probiotics on the market, this is the product for you.

Ingredients & Research

Supplement Facts

Ingredients: Filtered water, Humarian Proprietary Blend: (Fermented probiotics, benzoic acid, tartaric acid, nicotinamide, pyridoxine, thiamine, calcium, cobalt, iron, magnesium, manganese, selenium, molybdenum, potassium and sodium). 15 strain Pro-biotic mix: (Lactobacillus Plantarum, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium infantis, Bifidobacterium longum, Bifidobacterium Lactis, Lactobacillus Brevis, Lactobacillus Reuteri, Lactobacillus Sakei, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus Casei, Lactobacillus Helveticus, Lactobacillus Salivarius, Pediococcus Acidilactici and Streptococcus Thermophilus). Natural flavor.

Lactobacillus Plantarum

Lactobacillus Plantarum

Reduces the growth and penetration of foreign bacteria

Defends against invading viruses and funguses

Provides protection for the nervous system from mold and toxins

Lactobacillus Plantarum

Lactobacillus Rhamnosus

Resists strain to gastric acid and bile

Adheres to the intestinal wall, which helps it compete against unhealthy bacteria

Stimulates mucous production to help put up a stronger defense against invading bacteria

Enhances the strength of the immune system

Protects and maintains the intestinal barrier while inhibiting the growth of intestinal pathogens like molds and fungus

Down regulates inflammatory responses

May assist with treating the bacteria that causes the development of stomach ulcers

Can reduce the incidence of irritable bowel syndrome

Bifidobacterium Bifidum

Bifidobacterium Bifidum

Competes with pathogens for adhesion to the intestinal cells and helps to boost the immune system

Down regulates the inflammatory response

Assists with relieving chronic constipation

Can reduce allergy symptoms

Increases nutrient absorption for superior health

Increases the process of digestion

Keeps the colon healthy

Bifidobacterium Infantis

Bifidobacterium Infantis

Reduces irritable bowel syndrome

Defends against pathogens such as Salmonella

Can help reduce gastroenteritis

Bidifobacterium Longum

Bidifobacterium Longum

Supports gut health

Decreases inflammation

Strengthens the immune system

Resists stomach acid and bile

Prevents unwanted substances into the body

Can prevent the relapse in ulcerative colitis patients

Can assist with the re-establishment of healthy vaginal flora

Lactobacillus Acidphilus

Lactobacillus Acidphilus

Reduces the damage and toxic effects of mold and yeast growth and can prevent parasite growth

Proves beneficial in the treatment of acute infectious diarrhea

Lactobacillus Casei

Lactobacillus Casei

Helps to manage chronic cases of constipation

Can help to reduce the occurrence of lactose intolerance

Supports a healthy immune system

Assists with diarrhea associated with antibiotic use

Can reduce the rate and risk of bacterial infections

Lactobacillus Helveticus

Lactobacillus Helveticus

Resists the breakdown due to gastric acid and bile

Strongly adheres to intestinal cells

Maintains the structural integrity of the intestinal barrier

Inhibits pathogens

Can support healthy blood pressure levels

Strengthens the immune system

Reduces the degree of lactose intolerance

Prevents diarrhea

Reduces the impacts of allergens

Can increase the bioavailability of the nutrients in the body

Boosts overall levels of digestion

Lactobacillus Salivarius

Lactobacillus Salivarius

Helps keep your teeth and gums healthy

L. Salivarius decreases the level of plaque-forming bacteria in the mouth

Freshens the breath

Reduces gum sensitivities

Can reduce the frequency or severity of ulcer occurrence

Pediococcs Acidilactici

Pediococcs Acidilactici

Extremely resistant to the destruction due to stomach acids

Can balance bacteria in the gut to enhance overall health

Can promote a healthier inflammatory response in the intestines

Reduces the number of unhealthy bacteria and parasites in the body

Can prevent the occupation of the small intestine by unhealthy bacteria like salmonella and E.Coli.

Can provide a supportive role in patients who are suffering from Multiple Sclerosis

Streptococcus Thermophilus

Streptococcus Thermophilus

Helps to enhance immune system strength

Competes against unhealthy bacteria in the body

Reduces the frequency of colic in children and babies

Can help you manage lactose intolerance better

Bifidobacterium Lactis

Bifidobacterium Lactis

B. lactis is used to prevent diarrhea in both children and adults. According to WebMD other uses for this powerful probiotic strain include treating yeast infections (Candida), cold, flu, hepatitis, Lyme disease, lactose intolerance, mumps and cancer. This good bacteria is also used to boost the immune system and lower cholesterol.
Lactobacillus Brevis

Lactobacillus Brevis

Naturally occurring in fermented foods, L. brevis can slow or stop the sickness-causing effects of bad bacteria. It has also been shown to be resistant to certain antibiotics. This antibiotic resistance may help to maintain a healthy gut microbiome when taking prescribed antibiotics.
Lactobacillus Reuteri

Lactobacillus Reuteri

Known to secrete reuterin, a powerful antimicrobial, L. reuteri can inhibit the growth of bad bacteria, without killing the good bacteria.
Lactobacillus Sakei

Lactobacillus Sakei

Recent research suggests that L. sakei may play an important role in promoting healthy sinus cavities and preventing sinusitis.

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Q: Is the Vive Biotics "all natural?"

A: Yes! Our product is completely natural and uses only the finest quality probiotics available – 15 to be exact. This product is designed to be gluten-free, soy-free, wheat-free, and dairy-free, meaning it’s suitable for everyone to use without side effects.

Q: Is Vive Biotics safe for vegetarians?

A: Yes, we don't use any animal products in our formula.

Q: I’m on a gluten-free diet, can I still use this product?

A: Yes, this product is designed to be completely gluten-free and will not cause any symptoms associated with gluten intolerance.

Q: Why is the color of my Vive Biotics different from my last order?

A: Our Vive Biotics is 100% natural with nothing added and absolutely no fillers. It is flavored with Monk Fruit and Stevia to give it the grape flavor. The monk fruit can cause it to change colors due to seasonal changes. In nature, not one fruit looks exactly the same (including color) and a completely natural product does not have the same appearance unless someone is doctoring the product. Because we are 100% natural and do use 100% natural Monk Fruit, this might cause the color difference.


Q: How often should I use Vive Biotics?

A: For Adults, 4 drops 2 times a day, max, 3 drops 3 times a day. For Children under 100lbs, 1 drop 2x a day, for children over 100lbs, 2 drops 2x a day.

Q: How long will one bottle last?

A: 30 Days.

Q: How long should I use Vive Biotics?

A: We would strongly recommend you use Vive Biotics on a continual basis to help you achieve optimal health. It is one of the top everyday supplements you could use to ensure you are doing everything possible to prevent disease and keep your body feeling its best.


Q: How soon after using Vive Biotics can I expect to feel a difference?

A: While everyone’s experience with this product will differ slightly, you should start noticing improvement in side effects such as gas and bloating within the first week of use and your disease risk will start to decrease after just two to four weeks of continual use – for some individuals, even sooner.

Q: I'm taking prescription medication, will Vive Biotics interfere with my medication?

A: We’ve designed Vive Biotics so that everyone can use it regardless of your current health situation. However, we do strongly recommend that you consult with your treatment physician before going on it to get the go-ahead. This product should not interact with any prescription medications you are taking.

Q: Is Vive Biotics safe for children or teens?

A: Yes! In fact many of the ingredients found in this product can especially help younger individuals maintain good digestive health, so it’s safe for everyone to use.

Q: Can I use Vive Biotics if I'm pregnant?

A: Yes, it’s very important for pregnant women to maintain good gut health – possibly even more important as your body needs so many nutrients during this time. We do still recommend you inform your doctor you will be using our product before doing so however.


Q: Is Vive Biotics safe?

A: Yes, our formula is made from the finest ingredients and carefully formulated and tested. It is non-addictive and free from side effects.

Q: I'm taking prescription medication, will Vive Biotics interfere with my medication?

A: While this product has been designed so as to not interfere with any other prescription medication you may be taking, we do still recommend that you speak with your physician before using any form of supplement.


Q: When will my product arrive?

A: Standard product ships within 48 hours and arrives within 5-7 business days for US orders from the time of your order.

Q: Is Vive Biotics guaranteed and what is the guarantee?

A: Yes, we give you a 60-day money back guarantee. You must be happy guarantee or we'll issue you a full refund. We don't want you to have any reason not to try Vive Biotics.

Q: How can I contact someone by phone?

A: Customer Care Specialists can be reached at 1-800-815-6073.

60-day money back guarantee

Our Guarantee

Perfect Origins wants you to be completely and perfectly satisfied, and that is why we offer a 60-day money back guarantee from the date you ordered your product(s). Now don't get me wrong, we'd love to know why you didn't like it, but only if you are willing to tell us. Otherwise, it's 100% satisfaction guaranteed return.

We just ask you to return the unused portion of the product or the empty bottle.

**We offer our money back guarantee on your most recent Auto-Order for a single 30-day supply excluding Shipping & Handling.

Here's how it works:

  • Contact our customer service team by calling us at 1-800-815-6073 ext. 2, Monday-Friday, 9am – 6pm ET. We will provide you with an RMA number (Return Merchandise Authorization number), and we will also provide you the return address to ship the product back to us. We really make it simple and as easy as possible.
  • Return the empty and unused portion of your product, the original invoice that came with your product (if you don't have that, please indicate the date you purchased your product so we can attempt to look it up) and your RMA#. It must be processed into our warehouse by the 60th date/date given by the customer service representative.
  • It is your responsibility to pay the return postage and we recommend you send it to us with tracking or delivery confirmation to expedite the process and avoid delays. If a package is marked returned, refused, or undeliverable, we will happily refund the cost of your order minus the shipping fees related to the refusal of the package. Note: We must receive the bottle(s) within 60 days from the date you originally purchased the item, for the refund to be valid.
  • The charges (excluding shipping and handling fees) are fully refundable. We really want you to be satisfied, but we must adhere to these guidelines in order to be fair and consistent.
  • Last but not least, empty product containers can only be returned if adequate time has passed that would allow a single customer to consume the product as directed. We want to be fair with you and hope you will be fair with us, too.

It usually takes a week to process your package and another 7 business days (excluding holidays and weekends) for a bank (debit card) or credit card company to refund to your card or bank account (debit card).