A precision probiotic that improves immune health
Designed to strengthen the immune system and rebalance the gut microbiome.Shop Now
Designed to strengthen the immune system and rebalance the gut microbiome.Shop Now
Immune Power is a natural anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory probiotic supplement designed to strengthen the immune system and rebalance the gut microbiome.
Our experts recommend you trial Fermento for at least 3 months to give your microbiome time to rebalance.
Backed by 200+ clinical studies
Tested for purity & potency
No need to refrigerate
Gluten, lactose & allergen free
Each capsule is bursting with 20 billion targeted probiotics, prebiotics, vitamin D, and highly-absorbable microencapsulated zinc, to keep your immune and gut health firing on all cylinders.
The gut microbiome acts as a ‘trainer’ for immune cells and teaches them to identify and fight pathogens. So when our microbiome is altered - because of an unbalanced diet, alcohol, or stress - our immune system can be compromised. Probiotics help to restore it and get your health back on track.
of your immune cells are in your gut
We have more bacterial cells than human cells in our body. A lot more.
Our body is full of bacteria cells - we are a holobiont indeed! We have around 100 trillion cells in our body, which is a lot more than our human cells (there are about 10 trillion!). Our friendly bacteria live inside us in a lot of different organs, from mouth to skin...but, guess what? The majority of these bacteria - up to 80% - live in our gut . Some bacteria are good for our health (such as lactobacilli or bifidobacteria), others are harmful and usually responsible for various infections and diseases, (it's the case of the staphylococcus pathogen).
Our immune system resides in our gut, too.
Our microbiome, which is the complex ecosystem of our bacteria, is not alone in our gut, many of our immune cells reside in our gut as well.
Our immune cells have the objective to find and kill pathogens - harmful bacteria, viruses, or fungi. In a nutshell, the mechanism is as follows: when immune cells find a pathogen, they generate antibodies that, together with phagocytes, kill the pathogens. 
Did you know that our gut microbiome is the “personal trainer” of our immune system?
The connection between our microbiome and the immune system is evident.
On the one hand, our good bacteria can protect our bodies against pathogens. If we keep our microbiome healthy, it reduces the chance that pathogen will attacks us. That's why nurturing our gut ecosystem with good bacteria strains and a balanced diet is one of the better ways to increase our immune response!
On the other hand, the microbiome is a “trainer” for our immune system: it teaches our immune cells to distinguish foreign entities (especially pathogens) from our own tissue.
Immune cells should recognise pathogens not only in a precise fashion but also in a fast one. For example: some viruses, such as the influenza virus, enters our lungs and require rapid antibody responses from our immune system. The faster the recognition of the virus, the faster our immune system can work to remove the infection. 
Several studies have documented that our gut microbiome helps our specialised immune response that fights disease by producing antibodies. Our immune cells carry a variety of “keys” – each key matching with a different virus’ “keyhole.” Scientists believe that some of our gut microbes might actually be the ones providing the “keys” to our immune cells. In the case of influenza, the exchange between the gut microbes and our immune system results in a faster recognition of the influenza virus from immune cells inside the lungs. 
So, why probiotics are important for your immune health?
This one is simple...to prevent pathogens from taking ownership of your gut and your overall body. Probiotics are good bacteria that, if taken at the right amount, can restore your microbiome and fight these pathogens.
The right amount depends on different factors, such as the type and stability of strains, your health condition and diet, but in general you need to take at least 1 billion of each strain, and they need to arrive alive in your intestine.
If you take a strain for a dosage that is less than 1 billion, the bacteria are not able to colonise the intestine and therefore unable to help your immune system.
Immune Probiotics by Fermento has been formulated with 2 strains (20 billion bacteria guaranteed at the end of the products shelf life), targeted for improving your immune response, decreasing respiratory tract discomfort, significantly increasing the levels of antibodies, decreasing flu symptoms such as fever, cough, and a runny nose.
But remember...not all probiotics are created equal: we select probiotic strains with specific studies on immunity - such as the Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG, which has 200+ studies on immunity and gut health.
This way for Immune Probiotics.
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 Lambring CB, Siraj S, Patel K, Sankpal UT, Mathew S, Basha R. Impact of the Microbiome on the Immune System. Crit Rev Immunol. 2019;39(5):313-328. doi:10.1615/CritRevImmunol.2019033233
Interactions Between the Gut Microbiota and the Host Innate Immune Response Against Pathogens. Veterinary Immunology Laboratory, College of Veterinary Medicine, Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University, Yangling, China
 Thomas S, Izard J, Walsh E, et al. The Host Microbiome Regulates and Maintains Human Health: A Primer and Perspective for Non-Microbiologists. Cancer Res. 2017;77(8):1783-1812. doi:10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-16-2929
For Immune Defence, we have isolated the specific probiotic strains to target immune and gut health, and packed them into high-impact probiotics that really work.
A live bacteria shown to increase immune defences, reduce gastrointestinal problems, and...Read more
A live bacteria shown to increase immune defences, reduce gastrointestinal problems, and reduce allergy symptoms, like pollen-allergy. Supported by +30 clinical trials.
Clinical study 1: This randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study performed on 465 people has demonstrated a reduction of respiratory illness for people taking BL04 compared to the placebo and also compared with people taking different probiotic strains.
West NP, Horn PL, Pyne DB, Gebski VJ, Lahtinen SJ, Fricker PA, Cripps AW. Probiotic supplementation for respiratory and gastrointestinal illness symptoms in healthy physically active individuals. (Clin Nutr.) 2014 Aug;33(4):581-7.
Clinical Study 2: In this randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study, birch pollen allergy was shown to be associated with changes in faecal microbiota composition. The treatment with BL04 was shown to prevent pollen-induced allergy and indicated a reduction of nasal symptoms.
Ouwehand AC, Nermes M, Collado MC, Rautonen N, Salminen S, Isolauri E. Specific probiotics alleviate allergic rhinitis during the birch pollen season. World J Gastroenterol. 2009 Jul 14;15(26):3261-8. doi: 10.3748/wjg.15.3261. PMID: 19598302; PMCID: PMC2710782.
A live bacteria shown to increase immune defences and reduce gastrointestinal problems,...Read more
A live bacteria shown to increase immune defences and reduce gastrointestinal problems, like IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). Supported by +200 clinical trials.
Clinical study 1: In this randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study, 124 children showed improvement in the gastrointestinal and immune systems. The study demonstrated a positive immunomodulatory effect of the GG.
Immune response and intestinal permeability in children with acute gastroenteritis treated with Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Clin Infect Dis. 2014.
Clinical study 2: In this randomised, double-blind, controlled human trial 123 patients had been diagnosed with IBS. The patients were randomised into three groups: one group took the probiotic GG, another group was instructed to follow a low FODMAP diet, and a control group took a standard diet. It was found that both the low FODMAP diet and probiotic supplement offered beneficial effects compared to a normal diet without probiotics for patients with IBS.
Pedersen N. et al., (2014), ‘Low FODMAP diet vs Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG in irritable bowel syndrome’. World Journal of Gastroenterology, 20(43):16215-16226
Billions of microorganisms will work their magic inside your body every day
As Vitamin D gets to work and probiotics start to help gut health, you may feel more energetic and alert. Many people feel results in as little as 48-72 hours due to localised benefits to their digestive health.
Zinc and probiotics ramp up their impact and you may feel more relaxed, your immune system starts to cooperate with your gut, and your gut-immune system will be bolstered. Behind the scenes, probiotics are working their magic to fight inflammation.
Precision probiotics have now colonised your gut microbiome. Your immune defences and your immune system are stronger than ever. Probiotics have done the hard work, but you need a daily probiotic booster to keep your microbiome balanced and healthy.
2 probiotic strains that have specific benefits for your immune system and are backed by more than 200 scientific studies.
Fortified with Vitamin D and Sunactive® Zinc to give your immune system an extra boost.
Our patented DRcaps® technology delivers on average 100% of the probiotic starting dose to your colon, and less probiotic loss in digestion means more probiotics to get to work in your gut. It also protects live bacteria from oxygen, moisture and heat.