In 2013, the entrepreneurs of Soho Flordis International (SFI) saw in Klaire Labs a shared vision and set out to unify sister brands ProThera and Complementary Prescriptions under the founding principles of Claire Farr herself.
Through well-respected legacy brands and continuous new product innovation, Klaire Labs offers a robust, multi-category portfolio of nutraceuticals. Our primary areas of focus are Mood and Cognition, Healthy Aging, Women’s Health, and most notably, Microbiome and GI Health, where Klaire proudly claims the leading professionally distributed probiotic line in the United States, Ther-Biotic®.
The human microbiome is an intricate ecosystem of a trillion diverse micro-organisms. Its health is essential to support immunity, metabolism, cardiovascular health and cognition.1-3
When it comes to delivering natural healthcare products, SFI™ believes there is a better way. Klaire Labs® is a proud member of the SFI family of brands. With a rich history of over 200 years, SFI represents an unwavering commitment to quality, through extensive research, rigorous processes, and a commitment to sourcing quality ingredients. The SFI family delivers premium natural solutions that are renowned for their quality, credibility, and reliability by healthcare professionals, consumers, and businesses around the world. The purpose of SFI is to empower the responsible management of health and change the way people consider natural healthcare.
Through decades of meticulous research and innovation, SFI Health has formulated products respectful of the balance of the microbiome that supports health by restoring and maintaining its functionality.
The gut-brain axis: our specialty, our passion
We’re proud category leaders in two cutting-edge fields: microbiome support and cognitive health.
Although complex and challenging, the health of these two critical, inter-linked systems can dramatically influence overall health. The brain affects digestion, while the gut microbiome impacts our mood, and cognition; both are key systems contributing to immunity.1-3