Zenflore was discovered by scientists at PrecisionBiotics® part of the Alimentary Health Group. It contains the unique 1714-SerenitasTM culture, as well as specially selected B vitamins.

The 1714-Serenitas culture has been shown to reduce the level of our stress hormone, cortisol. 

What is Zenflore?

Zenflore contains the 1714-Serenitas culture, a bacterial culture that occurs naturally in the human gut. Find out more about complete support for your body and mind during stressful times.

Zenflore: A Natural Solution
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"... I started taking Zenflore and I can say I felt really good, my concentration and happiness levels were higher.
And I felt like I had so much more energy.
Thank you."

See what customers are saying about Zenflore.
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Can the bacteria in our gut affect our brain function?


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As knowledge of the gut-brain link grows, the term psychobiotic is being used to describe bacterial cultures that have an impact on the brain. 

 

What are Psychobiotics
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How does Zenflore work? Does it affect cortisol?
We've collected answers to some of our most frequently asked Zenflore questions.

Zenflore FAQ's
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Zenflore, with the clinically studied 1714-Serenitas, has been shown to reduce the level of our stress hormone, cortisol.  Learn more about what can trigger stressful situations and how to cope with the pressures of everyday life.

What is stress?
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Modern life can be busy and often means feeling stressed. Left unmanaged, this can affect your mind and body.

Signs of Stress
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Stress is a fact of life. And that's OK. You can learn ways to handle it.

Stress Remedies

Where to try Zenflore 

Zenflore will be avaibable on PrecisionBiotics.com soon or from our Amazon store. If you have any questions on Zenflore or about trying it, please contact our Careline.

 

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