Formulated by a preeminent scientist and researcher, BIOHM is the FIRST and ONLY probiotic engineered to address the critical role fungus plays in digestive health.
Why do other probiotics only offer a partial solution to digestive balance?
Right now, all other probiotics on the market address only a fraction of the issue. When you only maintain the good bacteria in the gut, fungus is allowed to flourish causing digestive imbalance, which ultimately can affect digestive health. BIOHM is the next generation of probiotics that promotes total balance in the digestive tract.
Who should use BIOHM?
BIOHM is a probiotic for anyone who wants to support a healthy gut and promote digestive wellness, immunity and nutrient absorption.
For the more than 15% of Americans suffer from gastrointestinal related challenges. BIOHM provides the following benefits:
- Breaks down digestive plaque
- Maintains total intestinal flora
- Relieves occasional upset stomach
- Alleviates issues related to occasional gas, including:
- Relieves occasional diarrhea
- Relieves occasional bowel irritation
- Helps support immune health
- Helps breakdown lactose
- Helps support overall digestive health
What are the ingredients in BIOHM?
BIOHM contains B. breve, L. acidophilus, L. rhamnosus, S. boulardii and Amylase. The capsule is vegetarian and does not contain soy, dairy or gluten.
How/when do I take BIOHM?
Simply take one capsule of BIOHM on a daily basis. You can take BIOHM with or without food and at any time of the day. That’s it!
Should I be taking the colon cleanser, prebiotic and probiotic together?
Typically, we suggest first taking the colon cleanser for a few days and then to start the prebiotic and probiotic a few days later. You can take the prebiotic and probiotic together, and with or without food. And when you take them is a personal preference!
I’m having difficulty with the size of the BIOHM capsule. Can I open the capsule and take the formulation without the capsule?
Yes! The probiotic itself is enteric coated so it's protected even without the capsule. Feel free to open the capsule and mix it in your yogurt, porridge, juice, etc.
How many live cultures are in BIOHM?
Each BIOHM capsule contains 30 billion live cultures of our patent-pending formulation of good bacteria and good fungi.
What sets BIOHM apart from other probiotics containing S. Boulardi?
What sets BIOHM apart is that it’s not just about containing S. Boulardi, but combining it with bacterial strains in ratios that our team spent months optimizing. We then infused the entire formulation with an enzyme that actually breaks down digestive plaque. Absolutely no other probiotic has been proven to do that!
What is PathoBiome 30B?
PathoBiome 30B is the name for BIOHM’s patented tri-action formulation of good bacteria (B. breve, L. acidophilus, L. rhamnosus), good fungus (S. boulardii), and a powerful enzyme (Amylase) that breaks down digestive plaque. Think of it as the engine that powers BIOHM.
Why only 30 billion cultures in BIOHM?
More does not necessarily equal better. Our scientists engineered BIOHM for optimal effective in both maintaining digestive balance and breaking down digestive plaque. We found that 30 billion cultures were the perfect number to that. So, to us, optimal importance trumps having the most cultures.
What is digestive plaque?
Like the plaque on teeth, digestive plaque protects bad bacteria and bad fungi as they work to upset the balance of your digestive system. BIOHM, powered by PathoBiome 30B Technology, is the first performance probiotic developed to break down digestive plaque, and re-balance your gut's total microbiome (your body’s ecosystem of microorganisms.)
Does BIOHM survive into the digestive tract?
Yes! We specially formulated BIOHM to include a special coating that protects the live cultures as they make the harsh journey through your system and into your digestive tract alive. It’s a process called enteric coating.
How do you make sure BIOHM’s cultures stay alive in the packaging?
BIOHM jars were specifically engineered with resin that is heat-resistant, which allows BIOHM’s live cultures to not get overheated and die. That helps ensure that every single capsule is teeming with 30 billion live cultures when you swallow them!
How quickly will I feel BIOHM working?
You should start to feel the effects of BIOHM within 48 hours. However, it will differ from person to person, since each person’s gut balance is different.
Does BIOHM need to be refrigerated?
No. BIOHM does not require refrigeration.
Does BIOHM contain fillers, flow agents, artificial colors, GMO or non organic ingredients?
No! At BIOHM, we’ve painstakingly formulated our probiotics from the ground up, to ensure they only contain the best strains of cultures, enzymes and ingredients available, and do not include anything else, period.
What is included in the BIOHM Whole Probiotics Bi-Annual and Annual Subscriptions?
The BIOHM Bi-Annual Subscription is a 6 month supply of BIOHM Whole Probiotics (5 bottles; each bottle is a 6 week supply), and a free, one-time, BIOHM Gut Report Kit. The subscription will automatically renew 6 months after your initial subscription date.
The BIOHM Annual Subscription is a 12 month supply of BIOHM Whole Probiotics (9 bottles; each bottle is a 6 week supply), and a free, one-time, BIOHM Prebiotic, BIOHM Colon Cleanser and BIOHM Gut Report Kit. The annual subscription will automatically renew 12 months after your initial subscription date.
How often are the Bi-Annual and Annual BIOHM Whole Probiotic Subscriptions shipped?
We ship the Bi-Annual and Annual supply all upfront and standard shipping is always free. You are offered the option to upgrade to Priority Shipping or Priority Mail Express Shipping for an extra charge.
I don't see the free Subscription bonuses added to my cart when I select the Bi-Annual or Annual BIOHM Whole Probiotics Subscription. Is this correct?
This is correct. Since we offer the one-time bonuses with these subscriptions, they do not show up as separate items in your cart but are instead a part of the subscription purchase.
Who created BIOHM?
BIOHM was created by Dr. Ghannoum, the preeminent microbiome scientist in the United States and lectures at institutions, such as the NIH, on the microbiome and his probiotic breakthroughs.
After making the breakthrough discovery that bad bacteria and bad fungus work together to create digestive plaque (a discovery covered globally by outlets such as CBS News, Scientific American, Forbes and USA Today), Dr. Ghannoum realized that probiotics currently available neither addressed the role fungus plays in the gut, or digestive plaque. As a result, he created BIOHM to be the first complete probiotic that addresses the gut’s total microbiome.
As the acclaimed scientist who named the Mycobiome (the body’s fungal community), Dr. Ghannoum has spent his entire academic career studying medically important fungi and has received over $25 million in National Institutes of Health funding for his research. He has also raised over $20 million in venture capital for several successful biotechnology companies.
Dr. Ghannoum has published more than 400 peer-reviewed articles and has been cited 16,000 times by other scientists, with coverage in CBS News, Forbes, Scientific American, USA Today, ABC News. Dr. Ghannoum lectures to the National Institute of Health (NIH) and has been a NIH-funded researcher since 1993 with $25 million in funding to date.
Is BIOHM Made in the United States?
Yes! BIOHM is manufactured in the US in an FDA-audited facility.
Are BIOHM’s capsules vegetarian?
Yes! BIOHM capsules are 100% vegetarian.
How can I cancel my subscription?
To cancel your subscription, just send an e-mail to email@example.com requesting the cancellation.
Any other interesting facts we should know about BIOHM?
BIOHM is offering a new “gut sequencing” option for consumers. BIOHM's Gut Report will show consumers exactly which microorganisms are in their gut through our DNA deep sequencing analysis of your microbiome (your body’s native eco-system made of microorganisms). They will also receive a complete overview of the microorganisms found in healthy human participants in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Human Microbiome project, which was undertaken by NIH to identify and characterize the microorganisms found in the human body.