Bio-Live for optimum health

Our Live Bacteria Health Products

Our Bio-Live range is designed to deliver and maintain the balance of beneficial microbes in your gut microbiome. This living liquid is packed full of good bacteria and offers a gentle, safe and natural way to maintain digestive health.

Why Choose Bio-Live?

14 gut friendly probiotic strains
Billions of gut friendly microbes in every 15ml serving
A unique formula fermented with over 50 juices, herbs and minerals
Not just a supplement but also a mineral boost
Contains live and active cultures
100% natural, gluten free* dairy free, soy free and wheat free
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
One 500ml bottle is 1 month’s supply
Six unique products available – products specifically designed for women, children, those with breathing difficulties and to fight colds and flu

*Bio-Live Dark and Bio-Live Gold have been tested and certified as gluten free only.

Ask our nutritionist Zara

Live Cultures

There are around 100 trillion microbes in your gut – ten times more than all the cells in your body – making your gut central to your health and happiness. The gut is a vast ecosystem of living organisms (microbes) such as bacteria and yeasts, which are vital for breaking down food and toxins, producing vitamins and nutrients and supporting your immune system.

Did you know that there are many health benefits to adding more live bacteria into your daily diet? Here at Microbz, we specialise in providing high quality products that include live active cultures known to improve the functioning of your digestive system.

Take control of your Health with Live Cultures

Live active cultures, otherwise known as ‘probiotics’, are living organisms or microbes that are often found in foods such as yogurts and supplements. They work to maintain your immune system and help control or eliminate the side effects of a number of health conditions.

Whether you’re lactose intolerant, prone to infections or have high blood pressure, opting for a product full of beneficial microbes is great for your health. Species of live cultures include:

  • Lactobacillus acidophilus and lactobacillus casei – both of these microbes convert lactose into lactic acid and can help to reduce cholesterol levels. Lactobacillus acidophilus is known for treating yeast infections.
  • Lactobacillus bulgaricus – often found in dairy products, it helps to convert lactose and other sugars into lactic acid microbes making it beneficial to those that are lactose intolerant.
  • Bifidobacteria – this is a family of microbes that can prevent and treat a number of gastrointestinal disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, constipation and infections.
  • Streptococcus thermophilus – these friendly microbes contain nutrients that assist with growth, improve digestion and enhance immunity.  They are also used for culturing cheese and yogurt.

Click here to read more about gut health. 

We are also proud to offer bioemsan beauty and skincare products that are certified organic probiotic cosmetics packed full of beneficial microbes from Austria. The bioemsan range is free from synthetic emulsifiers, surfactants, fragrances and colours, certified as skin kind, and is cruelty-free and GM-free. Read more about bioemsan products here. For optimal immune health check out our live culture products below or for help with your order, please contact us now.

*The effects are not guaranteed and results may vary.*

Microbz for your pets

At we combine active, beneficial microbes in unique blends to create a healthy environment for your pets naturally.

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Microbz for your horse

At we make unique natural combinations of beneficial microbes designed to benefit horses, stables and paddocks.

Go to microbz for horses here.

Microbz for your farm

At we use beneficial microbes help to improve soil quality and reduce the need for fertilisers.

Go to microbz for farms here.


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