Start your journey to better gut health with award-winning Bimuno® DAILY today.
Bimuno is a daily prebiotic supplement designed
to support a healthy gut. It feeds and stimulates the growth of good bacteria
in your gut, helping to improve the balance of gut bacteria and encourage
It’s easy to take – just add the taste-free
powder to tea, coffee or even stir into food.
The Bimuno range of prebiotic supplements has been created through an extensive science research programme that started with the University of Reading back in 2007.
Since then, Bimuno has become one of the most widely studied prebiotics
of its kind and is supported by over 90 scientific publications. Bimuno has
been developed to specifically target and nourish bifidobacteria, a type of
good gut bacteria that produces vitamins that the body needs.
Your good gut bacteria don’t just help with digestion, they can
influence many important areas of our physical and mental wellbeing too. For
example, did you know that your good gut bacteria can support the immune system
– around 70% of which resides in the gut?
A daily prebiotic supplement designed to support a healthy gut environment. Bimuno offers an easy way to increase levels of good bacteria in your gut.
Giving your important ‘good’ gut bacteria everyday support and beginning a
proactive gut health journey doesn’t need to be difficult or time-consuming!
Introducing Bimuno® DAILY, a prebiotic supplement that contains GOS,
a composition of dietary fibre that selectively feeds bifidobacteria, helping them to
thrive and increase in numbers. The more space taken up by ‘good’ bacteria in the gut,
the less space there is for potentially ‘bad’ bacteria.
Designed to fit effortlessly
into your routine, Bimuno® DAILY is a powder in individual sachets that can be stirred
into your morning tea or coffee. When taken daily, Bimuno works within just 7 days*.
What to expect when taking Bimuno
When you take Bimuno for the first time, it will take 3 days to start feeding
your bifidobacteria (the good bacteria in your gut).
You might feel some slight gurgling in your tummy. This is a good sign as
it means Bimuno is beginning to reset your microbiome (the bacteria, yeast and fungi in your gut).
Your microbiome has now changed and Bimuno is feeding and nurturing your
After 14 days...
Don’t stop after 14 days. Make Bimuno part of your daily routine and
continue to feed your good gut bacteria.
How to use
Stir or sprinkle
Take a sachet daily
Bimuno DAILY can be taken at any time of the day. We recommend taking it at the same time so it
fits easily into your daily routine. Add it to hot/cold drinks or even sprinkle it over food.
Suitable for individuals aged 4 years and over.
Take one sachet per day (3.65g). Do not exceed the recommended daily serving.
If you have a sensitive stomach, take ½ a sachet for 7-10 days. If well-tolerated increase to 1
Store in a cool dry place below 25°C, out of sight and reach of children.
Bimuno is a unique digestive daily food supplement that contains GOS (Galactooligosaccharides).
GOS is derived from lactose, a component of cow's milk. Allergens are marked in bold.
NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVOURING OR COLOURING
(Of which saturates)
(Of which sugars)
Frequently asked questions
Bimuno® is a prebiotic supplement containing a proprietary galactooligosaccharides (GOS) composition. Bimuno GOS is targeted to specifically feed bifidobacteria, a type of good gut bacteria. Bimuno has shown to reduce digestive discomfort, strengthen immune health, influence brain function and mood, and help protect against pathogens1,2,3,4.
Bimuno can be taken by anyone (aged 4 years and over) who wishes to maintain their digestive health and general wellbeing. In addition, Bimuno® TRAVELAID can help reduce the incidence of travellers' diarrhoea if taken 7 days before travel and whilst away.
Yes, Bimuno® DAILY is suitable for children aged 4 years and over. Young children should always take Bimuno under the supervision of an adult.
No, Bimuno is a prebiotic food supplement that contains fibre and supports a healthy gut environment.
Bimuno can be taken any time of the day. We recommend taking it at the same time each day so it easily becomes part of their daily routine.
Bimuno should be taken once a day. For optimum results, Bimuno should be taken as part of a daily routine to continue feeding good gut bacteria.
Days 1-3: When you take Bimuno for the first time, it should take about 3 days to start feeding your good gut bacteria, specifically bifidobacteria.
Days 4-7: You may start to feel some slight gurgling in your tummy. This is a good sign as it means Bimuno is beginning to reset your gut microbiome (the bacteria in your gut).
Days 8-14 and beyond: Bimuno is feeding and nurturing your good gut bacteria. Make Bimuno part of your daily routine and continue to feed your good gut bacteria.
With daily use, the majority of Bimuno users experience an increase in their gut bifidobacteria within 7 days, although individual responses may vary.
The BBC programme “The Truth About Sleep” showed the impact on Dr Michael Mosley of consuming Bimuno® DAILY. The programme explained the impact of improving fibre intake and the positive effect that this has on the good bacteria in your gut and inferred that this may improve sleep patterns. In the programme Dr Michael Mosley discussed how his sleep patterns had improved whilst taking Bimuno in the evening before going to sleep. It should be noted that no formal clinical investigations have been conducted to assess the impact of Bimuno on sleep patterns.
In the first week of taking Bimuno, you may experience some stomach gurgling and rumbling which often subsides after a few days. You may want to consult with your doctor or other healthcare professional before trying Bimuno if you suffer from any health problems and/or using prescription medications.
Yes, Bimuno is designed to take long-term. We recommend you take Bimuno as part of your daily routine, in order to give your good gut bacteria a constant source of food so that it continues to thrive.
Bimuno® DAILY does contain residual amounts of milk protein (Whey and Casein).
We identify allergens in bold in our ingredients list on each pack.
Bimuno contains lactose. However, the lactose content is well below that considered safe in most lactose intolerant people by the British Dietetic Association (BDA)5 and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)6.
Bimuno levels of lactose compared to official definitions of low lactose:
Product (Single Dise/g)
Lactose content (Grams)
EFSA Guidelines 1
Bimuno® DAILY is suitable for vegetarians.
No, Bimuno is not suitable for vegans as it is derived from lactose.
Prebiotics are non-digestible food, for example non-digestible carbohydrates or polyphenols, that is selectively utilised by beneficial bacteria in the gut9. Prebiotics are not affected by heat and acidity and therefore reach the colon intact, where they exert a positive effect on the resident beneficial probiotic bacteria to confer a health benefit.
Probiotics are beneficial live bacteria which when taken in adequate quantities can confer a health benefit. Probiotics are susceptible to heat and acidity and therefore may not reach the gut alive.
As probiotic supplements and foods contain live bacteria, they need to survive the passage through the upper gastrointestinal tract, the acidity of the stomach, secretions of the small intestine and then compete with existing bacteria for colonisation sites in the large intestine (colon). Not all commercially available probiotics can survive this journey in sufficient numbers to make an impact.
Prebiotics are ‘non-digestible’. This means that they reach the large intestine where they exert a beneficial effect on the resident beneficial bacteria so as to confer a health benefit.
Bimuno is rooted in scientific research. It is the product of an ongoing research and development programme conducted in collaboration with the University of Reading and other globally renowned research institutes. Bimuno is the most widely studied GOS supplement with its safety and efficacy supported by over 90 scientific publications including over 20 clinical trials.
Bimuno research is far reaching and demonstrates positive outcomes in gastrointestinal (GI), immunity, brain, cognition and mood, Traveller's Diarrhoea (TD) and cardiovascular functions.
Bimuno GOS differs from other prebiotics in its structure. The structure of Bimuno GOS is a reason for its specificity to feed bifidobacteria, an anaerobic bacteria that does not produce gas. Bimuno GOS can be given in a lower dose, whilst it still causes a prebiotic effect, a beneficial characteristic for those with sensitive stomachs10.
1. Silk et al., Alimentary Pharmocology and Therapeutics, 2009; 1;29(5):508-18.
2. Vulevic et al., American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2008; 88(5):1438-46.
3. Grimaldi et al., FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 2017;93(2):1-10.
4. Drakoularakou et al., European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2010; 64(2):146-52.
5. McKenzie et al., Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 2012; 25(3):260-274.
7. Huaman et al., Gastroenterology, 2018; 155:1004-1007.
8. Vulevic et al., Neurogastroenterology and Motility, 2018; 30:11.
9. Prebiotics – ISAPP
10. Wilson et al., Journal of Gastroenterology and Heptology, 2017; Mar;32 Suppl 1:64-68.