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The solution to most digestive problems does not lie in your body… But what lives inside it!

Probiotics are beneficial bacteria within us. They play a key role in digestion, nutrient absorption and keeping bad bacteria at bay. This triggers a chain of positive effects on your body not limited to the digestive system. They also enhance mental health and performance, the immune response among many other important functions. 

FORGET ABOUT THE ANNOYING CONSEQUENCES OF POOR DIGESTION WITH THE POWER OF PROBIOTICS AND LIVE THE HEALTHY LIFESTYLE YOU DESERVE.

  • Increase mental clarity and focus
  • Improve sleep and recovery
  • Boost your energy level
  • Reduce bloating, gas and constipation within days
  • Lose weight and gain muscle (when combined with proper nutrition and training)
  • Protect your body against bad bacteria and other pathogens

DID YOU KNOW...

Most commercially available probiotics are NOT clinically tested to prove they really work? 1

P3-OM is a patented strain proven to aid with food breakdown and nutrient absorption, as well as protect you from bad bacteria and pathogens!2

Lactobacillus Plantarum OM, the powerful probiotic strain contained in P3-OM Has been successfully patented at the USDA, proving its proteolytic, anti-viral, anti-retroviral, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-tumoral characteristics and uses. But how does that benefit your health?

Well, since the first days you’ll start noticing huge changes in your digestion and performance, as P3-OM helps:

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    Supporting Gut Barrier Health and Nutrient Absorption

    P3-Om helps your gut barrier become stronger, less bloated  and helps with a more efficient digestion and nutrient absorption. Aiding with the prevention of leaky gut by also helping the gut repair process.

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    Optimizes Digestive Function and Relieves Digestive Symptoms

    Symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, bloating, indigestion, or IBS are often a consequence of undigested food reaching your gut. P3OM produces protein-digesting enzymes that help you break down undigested food. It also ferments fibers and produces beneficial substances that support the gut barrier, balance the gut’s immune system and provide energy to the gut cells.

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    Controls the Growth of Bad Bacteria, Viruses, and Yeasts in the Gut

    P3-OM has antiviral and anti-fungal properties. It also specifically kills bad bacteria and leaves other good bacteria intact.

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    Improves Mood, Stress Resilience and Brain Balance

    L. plantarum produces neurotransmitters and ensures that they are in balance with each other. Symptoms of imbalanced neurotransmitters include anxiety, depression, irritability, and brain fog. L. plantarum also supports the gut-brain axis to normalize excessive stress response. Therefore, some people may find that it improves their mood, stress resilience and cognitive function.

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    Support Healthy Immune Function

    You have a healthy immune system, you can effectively fight off an infection. At the same time, you don’t have autoimmunity, allergies, or other symptoms of chronic inflammation. L. plantarum can support balanced and healthy immune function.

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    May help in the Weight Loss process

    Bad bacteria are associated with fatigue and increasing hunger, which often leads to weight gain. P3OM can kill bad bacteria and repair the gut tissues, which also helps with proper nutrient absorption. These effects support weight loss efforts in combination with diet and exercise.

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    Support Muscle Building

    P-3OM is a proteolytic bacteria strain, which can support your protein digestion and assimilation so your body has enough “building blocks” to create new muscle tissues. Along with proper training, optimal digestive function and protein assimilation are critical for muscle building. Also, incompletely digested proteins on bodybuilding-style diets can become very unhealthy metabolic products which P3-OM can help breaking down.

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    Helping you break down food

    Especially protein, so you can take advantage of all the nutrients you’re feeding your body.

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Off the rack probiotics could cause more harm than good

From overglorified yogurts to probiotic pills that will tell you “The more probiotic strains, the better”. Probiotics have become very popular and you can find a huge variety of them on the store racks. Now that you know how beneficial probiotics can be, you might be thinking to run to your closest supermarket and grab some. But will this provide you with comparable results to the ones described above? Most likely they won’t. Actually, these products can end up doing more harm than good. 

These probiotics are usually formulated with several strains that their manufacturers assume:

  • Will make it alive through your intestinal tract all the way to your gut.
  • The strains will work with each other, producing a benefit to your body instead of competing with each other.
  • These new bacteria will help kick out the bad bacteria on your gut and “get along” with your existing good bacteria.

The truth is these manufacturers rarely prove the effectiveness of their probiotic products in clinical trials. So the chances these probiotics don’t even survive or they compete against each other is high. But just wasting your money with no results is actually not the worst case scenario… These probiotic strains could compete and kick out the good bacteria that you already had in your body!3

P3-OM is packaged using the freeze-dry method, so we can ensure it makes it alive and strong to your gut. Thanks to its antimicrobial, antifungal and antiviral properties it will help eliminate all the bad crawlies off your gut… Still being friendly with the existing good bacteria.

But is P3-OM efficiency only proven in the lab?

Much can be said about the efficiency of a specific probiotic, but what matters most is the real changes it makes in people’s lives. 

P3-OM has been a BiOptimizers staple product for years, and thousands of people have tried it all over the world. Check out what some of them have to say:


I have struggled for half my life with stomach issues. I was listening to Melanie Avalon's Biohacking podcast when she had the owner of BiOptimizers on. I was impressed and thought I would give it a try.

I can't tell you how much better I feel because my stomach feels good. I am sold and am only writing a review because if you have felt anywhere near as miserable as I have, I hope you give it a try and see how much better you can feel again. For me, P3OM was life changing!

— “Twinkle Girl” User from Amazon, January 11, 2021


Had IBS for years. I read an article about gut biome flora. Been taking 3 weeks and it has substantially reduced cramping and diarrhea.

— Chloe, June 22, 2019

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My Favorite Probiotic. I find that this stuff provides me with noticeable positive effects that I don’t get from any other probiotic I’ve ever tried.

— Kevin G., September 7, 2020

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Tired of looking for the right product to enhance your digestion and enjoy the lifestyle you deserve?

Thousands of products out there will promise to take your nutrition to the next level. Different foods, diets and of course, supplements will tell your life won’t be the same after trying them out…

Yet you’re still struggling with the uncomfortable symptoms of deficiency digestion, not achieving the weight you desire, suffering from mood-swings and low energy.

Nothing seems to work! And each “miracle remedy” is just another waste of time and money. Your wallet gets slimmer and you’re still not living the life that was promised to you. 

Well, that’s a thing of the past. By hosting the most powerful, clinically proven probiotics in your body, you’ll finally get your body to peak performance. 

Nutrition is the cornerstone of health, and the bacteria we host play a key role in digestive health, so choosing the best probiotics will significantly boost our overall well-being.

Still on the fence about how P3-OM can enhance your life? Let’s clear out any doubts you might still have!

P3OM Questions

When is the best time to take this product?

P3-OM is a live probiotic strain and is best consumed first thing in the morning, with a meal to enhance digestion, or right before going to bed to allow the probiotics to get into the large intestines for maximum benefits.

Why do you use RICE BRAN in this product?

We use stabilized hypoallergenic rice bran as an agent to prolong the shelf life of the enzymes, which can become activated by moisture. By including a stabilized hypoallergenic rice bran we are able to offer longer shelf life and improved effectiveness of the product.

The date on the bottle is about to expire, why is that?

The date listed on the P3-OM is the MFD (Manufacturing Date). You can find this date on the bottom on the bottle. The product expires 2 years after MFD.

Why do you use only 1 strain and not multiple strains?

We use only one strain of probiotics because it’s a hyper-aggressive strain that’s designed to rid your body of pathogens, undigested proteins, and other contaminants which can be compromising your system.

Everybody’s microbiome is different so we have developed a strain of bacteria that could be used by everyone, without upsetting the balance that implant colonizing strains could have. P3-OM goes through the whole body, not just the digestive tract and this helps clear every part of the system to help support your entire immune response.

Can you use other probiotics with P3-OM?

Taking multiple or combined strains is not recommended since they can often compete against each other, don’t survive the gastrointestinal tract, or upset the microbiome’s balance.

If you do decide to use other probiotics that have different strains, it is suggested that you cycle off and on every 3 months to different probiotics or use a transient strain like P3-OM.

How long does P3-OM stay in your body?

The live probiotics in P3-OM will remain in the body for 3 to 5 days. If you stop taking probiotics, the gut bacteria are likely to return to their pre-supplementation condition within one to three weeks.

To maintain optimal microbiome, we recommend a maintenance dose after 90 days of high dosage.

Consult your medical practitioner prior to starting any supplements.

How do you take probiotics if you take more than one?

We recommend only taking one probiotic strain since multiple strains can often compete against each other, will upset the microbe’s balance, or will not survive the gastrointestinal tract

If you are taking more than one type of probiotic, we suggest to split up the doses, one in the morning and one in the evening.

Always consult your medical practitioner prior to starting any supplement.

Is this product safe for children? If so, what is the recommended dosage?

P3-OM is safe for children. The recommended dose is 1 capsule for every 44 lbs

Please consult your medical practitioner prior to starting any supplement.

What is the recommended dosage?

The recommended dosage for P3-OM is 1-2 capsules with every meal and 1-2 capsules before bed. You can find the dosage on the label.

Consult your medical practitioner prior to starting any supplement.

How do you know if probiotics are working?

Individual responses to probiotics vary, depending on the current state of your health and gut bacteria component. Within a few days, you may start to notice the following shifts:

  • Improved digestion and regularity 4
  • Less bloating and abdominal discomfort 5
  • Improved mood and cognitive function 6
  • Improves metabolism by reducing obesity-inducing bacteria toxins in the bloodstream 7, 8, which may also reduce appetite cravings and improve overall metabolic health.

Within a few weeks to a month, you may start to notice:

  • Improved skin health from inside 9, 10
  • Relief from leaky gut symptoms
  • Improved nutrient status due to better nutrient absorption
  • Weight loss (in combination with diet and exercise)

Frequently Asked Questions

What are probiotics?

Probiotics are friendly bacteria and yeasts that can be found in fermented foods. Once you consume them, the good strains that survive reside in the large intestine. Studies have shown that probiotics strongly influence all aspects of health, including:

  • Immune balance and function
  • Overall digestive health and gut barrier function
  • Skin health
  • Brain health, which influences your cognitive function and mental health
  • Metabolism, which influences how much energy you feel and how many calories you burn
  • Crowding out or preventing pathogens from growing in your gut

How do probiotics work?

Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, the strain in P3OM, is the best-researched probiotic strain with the most clinical studies behind its safety and effectiveness. It works by:

  • Improving the gut barrier function, which reduces leaky gut and improves digestion
  • Protecting the gut barrier from insults, such as oxidative stress,due to mental/emotional stress, infections, and unhealthy foods
  • Promoting a balanced immune response
  • Inhibiting the growth of disease-causing bacteria or stopping them from making your gut a home
  • One of the reasons L. rhamnosus GG is so effective is because it survives stomach acid, and it sticks to the mucus that covers your gut lining better than other probiotic strains. Like all Lactobacilli, L. rhamnosus GG is a transient strain that stays for a few days, but it stays longer and in higher concentration than other Lactobacilli.

Is it okay to take a probiotic every day?

Probiotics are natural bacteria that are already present in your gut, so it is okay to take probiotics every day. Some clinical trials show that L. rhamnosus GG may modestly reduce the risk of diarrhea from antibiotics and support recovery from diarrhea. However, L. rhamnosus GG is not currently FDA-approved to treat or prevent any diseases.

Probiotics may be contraindicated in people with compromised immune systems and those with inflammatory bowel diseases. Some people may experience some die off reactions (temporarily worse symptoms due to pathogens dying) when they start taking probiotics, although this is very rare. In these cases, consult your healthcare practitioners before introducing probiotics.

If you are on antibiotic drugs or supplements, such as garlic or oil of oregano, be sure to take the probiotics at least 1 hour away from the antibiotics.

What are some examples of probiotics?

Probiotics include friendly bacteria and yeasts. Two of the best known bacteria groups are Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria. You can find these in fermented foods, such as yogurt, sauerkraut, pickles, kimchi, kefir, miso, kombucha, and kvass.

What happens when you start taking probiotics?

Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG goes straight to work in your gut. It helps seal your gut barrier, kill bad bacteria, and promote the growth of other healthy gut bacteria. All of these can produce the following benefits:

  • Improve overall digestive function and regularity
  • Less bloating and digestive discomfort
  • Better mood and cognitive function
  • Better skin health
  • Reduced discomfort and faster exercise recovery
  • Better nutrition absorption
  • Is it better to take probiotics on an empty stomach?
  • Some practitioners recommend supplementing with probiotics with food to dampen the effects of stomach acid. However, it may take about 30 minutes between when you ingest something and when more stomach acid is produced. Also, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG is a strain that can withstand stomach acid very well, so the meal timing is not a concern. Many studies have also found thatL. rhamnosus GG is effective regardless of the time it is taken.
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The Benefits of P3-OM Supplement backed by Science
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