GI Support Supplement - Solaray Berberine
If you're looking for an all natural way to boost your GI game, Solaray has got you covered. Solaray Berberine is 100% all natural and Gluten-free friendly. Solaray's Berberine is made with only the highest quality ingredients on the market, and will help to aid GI health and Immune System function in the Body. Solaray Berberine is formulated with Oregon Grape and Barberry Bark, and is also Keto-friendly and Lab tested. On top of all of that, Solaray Berberine will help to promote overall AMPK activation, and is easy and convenient to take on-the-go. Step up your GI Tract today with Solaray. Pick up a Bottle!! Introducing Solaray Berberine!!
Solaray Berberine Benefits
- 100% All Natural & Gluten-Free Friendly
- Made With Only The Highest Quality Ingredients
- Fully Transparent & Generously Dosed Label
- Easy & Convenient To Take On-The-Go
- Promotes Overall AMPK Activiation
- Supports Healthy Immune Function Overall
- GI Health Aid & Support Over Time
- Keto-Friendly & Lab-Tested Supplement
- Formulated With Oregon Grape & Barberry Bark
How Do I Take Solaray Berberine?
Solaray recommends taking one (1) Capsule daily with a Meal or Glass of Water.
Solaray Berberine Ingredients
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 60
Berberine HCl (From Indian Barberry) (Berberis) (Aristata) (Root Extract) 500mg
Other Ingredients: Vegetable Cellulose Capsule & Whole Rice Concentrate.
Solaray Berberine Side Effects & Warnings
Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing. Keep out of reach of children. Keep your Healthcare Practitioner informed when using this product. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not exceed recommended dose.
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