Probiotic 25bi CFU

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I wanted to try this and see how well it works to the ones you get at walmart.  And I like it a lot it works fast for yeast infection and digestive systems.  I have a lot of gut problems and not all probiotics work some make it worse.  So far this is at the top of my list on working for me.  I would recommend this to anybody who gets yeast infection and who has gut or digestive problems. This works fast and you can tell a difference fast in just days .

About the product
  • 25 Billion CFU
  • 10 compatible probiotic strains
  • Prebiotic included for enhanced effectiveness, Helps balance intestinal microflora
  • Promotes digestive health, Enhances ability to fight infections,
  • Assists with urinary tract health, Provides support for lactose intolerance, Promotes dental health

Supports Intestinal microflora balance. Probiotics are live microorganisms that may be able to help prevent and treat some illnesses. Promoting a healthy digestive tract and a healthy immune system are their most widely studied benefits at this time. These are also commonly known as friendly, good, or healthy bacteria.  Lactobacillus. This may be the most common probiotic. It’s the one you’ll find in yogurt and other fermented foods. Different strains can help with diarrhea and may help with people who can’t digest lactose, the sugar in milk.

Bifidobacterium. You can also find it in some dairy products. It may help ease the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and some other conditions.

Saccharomyces boulardii  is a yeast found in probiotics. It appears to help fight diarrhea and other digestive problems.

Among other things, probiotics help send food through your gut by affecting nerves that control gut movement. Researchers are still trying to figure out which are best for certain health problems. Some common conditions they treat are:

  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  • Infectious diarrhea (caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites)
  • Antibiotic-related diarrhea

there is also some research that shows they’re useful for problems in other parts of your body. For example, some people say they have helped with:

  • Skin conditions, like eczema
  • Urinary and vaginal health
  • Preventing allergies and colds
  • Oral health


CFU stands for “colony forming units” and is used to quantify how many bacteria in probiotics are capable of dividing and forming colonies.

That is a mouthful but think of CFUs as one distinct bacterium.

We know that probiotic bacteria are alive and active if they are able to divide and form these colonies.

Is a higher CFU count better than a lower one in probiotic supplements?

The answer to this question depends on what you’re using probiotic supplements for.

Many individuals use probiotics on a daily basis to maintain digestive and immune health.

In this case, a lower CFU count makes sense and can get the job done.

A good range for a daily probiotic is between 5-10 billion CFUs.

So, what about the higher CFU supplements?

The higher doses of live cells are optimal for specific ailments or for specific minor health problems.

When dealing with specific ailments, 15-45 billion CFUs is a good range.

Some specific ailments that may be helped by higher doses of CFUs include Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, allergies, eczema, and some respiratory illnesses.

For major health problems, be sure to see your personal health professional first.

It’s currently unclear about the added benefits or potential drawbacks of 45+ billion CFUs.

Although some people have reported stomach pain, gas and bloating when taking extremely high amounts of probiotics.

Keep in mind also that the highest doses of CFUs, 45+ billion are more than likely just a marketing scheme to make you think that added cells equals added benefits.

All this means is that you may be unnecessarily paying a higher price tag for something you may not need.


PRICE : $ 18.99




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