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We’ve designed this supplement to act as your first line of defense as you head back into work and resume your daily lives. We’ve formulated Floré Defense with beneficial probiotic strains, vitamins, and immune supporting ingredients to help support your gut and keep you healthy.

Giving Back

We are delighted to provide a portion of our proceeds to the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding cures for Crohn's & Colitis and improving the quality of those living with these diseases. To learn more about the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, please visit their website:

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First Probiotic Built On the Science of Enhancing Immunity and Respiratory Health.

Our First Probiotic Built On the Science of Enhancing Immunity and Respiratory Health

Floré Defense utilizes a variety of probiotics, vitamins, and other ingredients to support your immune system and keep you feeling your best.

This product may not be suitable for children and women who are or may be pregnant or who are nursing.

Selected for their promising results in clinical studies, our unique blend of probiotics, prebiotics, and other ingredients may help to provide benefits to your overall immunity, health, and well-being.


Respiratory Function


High-Potency Probiotics and Vitamins to Help Support Your Immune System

The gut microbiome consists of the trillions of organisms found inside the human gastrointestinal tract. A healthy interaction between our immune system and the gut microbiota is crucial for the maintenance of our body’s homeostasis and health.




Shown to stimulate the immune system and to have antioxidant properties *(17)



Immunity, Respiration

May help the body maintain healthy respiratory function and supports healthy function of the
immune system *(8)(9)




Possesses anti-inflammatory properties and helps to regulate
auto-immunity *(10)



Immunity, Respiration

Clinically shown to be beneficial for immunity and helps to protect from respiratory infection *(11)




May promote function of the intestinal lining and secrete antimicrobial molecules to protect against disease-causing microbes *(12)




Supports a healthy immune response and reduces auto-immune responses. *(18) Hesperidin is a citrus flavonoid found in fruits like oranges. Find out about the active clinical trials
for Hesperidin:


Vitamin C


Potentially contributes to immune defense by supporting various cellular functions .*(14) Quercetin is a flavonoid found in berries. Read more about Quercetin from the American
Nutrition Association:

Matcha Green
Tea Extract


Known to positively affect immune cells. *(15) EGCG or Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate is a polyphenol found in the dry leaves of green tea. Find out about the active clinical trials for EGCG:


Puer Tea


Balances out oxidative stress and can inhibit functions in viral
replication *(19)

Cold shipped
direct to your door

All strains are lab tested and
verified for gastric survivability

Gluten free,
non-GMO, and vegan

"I have been using Sun Genomics for the last two months and I am so happy with it! It has helped not only my energy levels but has also assisted in my digestive health, prior skin problems and immune system. I am highly recommending it now to all my family, friends and old college teammates."
Brooke Coyle

The Gut-Lung Network

While the gut microbiome has long been tied to a person’s digestive wellness, new research suggests that a healthy gut may play an important role in respiratory wellness.

Gut microorganisms closely interact with the body's mucosal immune system – the defenses that help to defend the lungs and other organs from potentially harmful threats.* (2)(3)

The microorganisms in the gut have been shown to influence not only their local immune system, but also the immune system in other parts of the body.*(2)

Probiotics have been found to enhance the body's natural immunity, as well as regulate inflammation caused by pathogens.*(5)(6)

Probiotics communicate with both immune cells and with the intestine’s epithelial cells, which are responsible for filtering harmful substances.*(5)

Taking Your Floré Defense Probiotics

Keeping your body sustained with beneficial probiotics and vitamins with Floré Defense is easy! Just take one pill every morning with a glass of water and a healthy breakfast. Store your probiotics in the refrigerator.

Shipping Information

Our Floré probiotics are living micro-organisms designed to flourish in your digestive tract. When we ship them to you, they come in a cooler as well with a cold pack to keep them at an optimal temperature, so they’re comfortable.

We have run several rigorous testing to understand the survivability of the strains under different temperature levels. Most probiotic strains can endure temperatures up to 112 F for short periods of time and are perfectly happy at a body temperature of 98 F with the proper nutrient supply your body gives them. Prolonged exposure to non-refrigerated temperatures for 7 days or greater may reduce your product’s potency and efficacy.

So if your probiotics arrive slightly warm (especially during the warmer seasons), don’t panic; they’re still safe to digest. Just make sure you refrigerate them once you receive your package.


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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.