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I recommend probiotics to everyone. In fact, probiotics are one of the four essential supplements that I recommend my patients take every day. We have more bacteria in and on our bodies than we have actual human cells in our body. We live symbiotically with them, and when they are in balance, they promote optimal digestion and immunity, both of which are crucial to every aspect of your health and well being.
My Probiotic Capsules 100 Billion are some of the strongest probiotics on the market today. When I formulated my 100 Billion strength probiotics, I chose 14 of the most important strains, and made absolutely sure that there were enough viable CFU’s (Colony Forming Units) in each capsule to support maximum digestive health and immune function. Take a look at the probiotics at your local health-food store. You’ll find that most of them don’t even come close to the potency of my Probiotic Capsules 100 Billion.
Probiotics 100 Billion Capsules don’t play the ‘fillers’ game. I combined these 14 super probiotic strains in amounts that are actually therapeutic; they’re not simply included as fillers because they’re inexpensive, as happens with so many other company’s probiotic supplements.
Formulated for women and men. Among the strains I included are Lactobacillus rhamnosus, which can help support healthy bowel function, particularly when it’s been compromised by antibiotics. IBS is a major women's health issue. In fact, of the estimated 25 to 40 million people in the U.S. alone who have it, women make up roughly two-thirds of the people who have IBS. I saw thousands of patients in my clinic with digestive distress, so I made sure to include strains such as Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium lactis, Lactobacillus plantarum, and Streptococcus thermophilus to help support a woman’s body and provide us the best strains to support your optimal gut health.
My Probiotics 100 Billion support your entire body and mind, not just digestive health! I also chose to include Lactobacillus gasseri, which may support weight loss as well as Lactobacillus reuteri and Lactococcus lactis both of which impact bowel transit time in several ways. Because maintaining your gut health is so important to the production of the feel-good hormone serotonin, which is primarily produced in the gut, I included Lactobacillus helveticus to support your optimal gut health. And, of course, all the Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains in my probiotics work together not only to support optimal vaginal wellness; they also boost your overall gut health where most of your immune system is found.
What about viability and refrigeration? I made absolutely certain that my probiotic capsules are sealed in a high quality injection molded bottle to protect the capsules from factors proven to compromise the stability of probiotics such as heat, light, moisture, and oxygen. They do not require refrigeration during shipping or storage.
Probiotics support optimal digestive health and can help you ‘beat the bloat.’ While it’s true that probiotics live in your sinuses, your nostrils, on your skin, and even in your mouth, most of the probiotics in your body reside in your digestive tract, specifically your large intestine and colon. When stress, illness, antibiotic use, or a poor diet compromise the probiotic bacteria population in these areas of the body, digestive symptoms are imminent. Gas, bloating, and a disruption of normal bowel habits are often the first signs that something has gone awry. Supplementation with a top quality probiotic can help repopulate these areas with beneficial bacteria, often helping to restore normal digestion, and helping you ‘beat the bloat.
Probiotics assist with healthy weight loss. It’s absolutely true. The correct balance of probiotic bacteria in your gut supports your body’s fat burning efforts and helps maintain and control a healthy weight Probiotics also help digest your food, break down fiber, produce water soluble B vitamins, as well as fat soluble vitamins such as vitamin K. These beneficial bacteria also produce short chain fatty acids that can boost your metabolism which also supports healthy weight management.
Probiotics are critical for a fine tuned immune system. If you haven’t heard me say it before, allow me to say it again here: 60-80% of your body’s immune system is located in your gut. This is in large part because your gut microbiology is so critical to the way your immune system operates. Probiotics also support the adaptive immune system as well as immune homeostasis and your body’s inflammation response.
Probiotics support regular and healthy bowel habits. Did you know that probiotic bacteria account for up to 70% of the bulk of a healthy bowel movement? Without adequate probiotic bacteria in your large intestine and colon, stool often does not have enough bulk to stimulate peristalsis (the contractions of the colon that help you have a bowel movement). Well formed stool is just one piece of the puzzle though. Your large intestine and colon should also be protected by a thin, healthy layer of mucus. This layer helps bowel movements pass easily, but without adequate probiotic bacteria, it is often compromised, leading to poorly formed and difficult to pass stool.
My Probiotic Capsules 100 Billion are a great choice for anyone who:
Suggested Use: Take one capsule per day before a meal. Consult your physician before use.
Contents: 30 Capsules
Warning: Keep out of reach of children. Store away from heat and moisture.
DOES NOT CONTAIN: Gluten, Wheat, Dairy, Soy, or GMOs
How do I know which of Dr. Myers’ probiotics are right for me?
I recommend my Probiotic Capsules 100 Billion to those who are looking for maximum digestive, immune, and gut health support, especially in cases of Candida overgrowth or antibiotic use. They are perfect for anyone who is just starting The Myers Way®, or any of my programs. My 30 Billion strength Probiotic is specially designed for those looking for a daily maintenance dose probiotic, or who find that a 100 billion strength probiotic is too strong for them. Are you dealing with SIBO? Then consider my Primal Earth Probiotic which is formulated with soil based organisms so as not to aggravate small intestinal bacterial overgrowth.
Where is the best place to store Probiotic Capsules 100 Billion?
Probiotic Capsules 100 Billion can be stored in any cool dry place, such as a kitchen cupboard, or a desk drawer. While they do not require refrigeration at all, you may certainly store them in the fridge if you’d prefer to.
What time of the day should I take probiotics? Should I take them with or without food?
Because of the probiotic strains I chose, and the way the capsule delivers the probiotics to your digestive tract, you may take these with or without food, day or night. Try them at different times to see what time of the day works best for you!
Is it safe to give probiotics to children?
I generally recommend my less potent 30 Billion Probiotic for children and teenagers. Because everyone tolerates probiotics differently, I always recommend raising this question with your child’s pediatrician, so that their health history and individual circumstances may be taken into account when forming a decision and before starting supplementation.
How often should I take probiotics?
Take one capsule per day, ideally before a meal to increase the chances of survival of the probiotics through the stomach acid and reaching the gut. However, I recommend you consult with your physician before use to determine what works best for you.
Is it safe to take probiotics when I am on antibiotics?
It is generally safe to take probiotics while on antibiotics, however it's important to speak with your physician first. Antibiotics can disrupt the balance of bacteria in the gut, and probiotics can help replenish the beneficial bacteria. However, certain antibiotics may not be compatible with all probiotics. It's also a good idea to take probiotics a couple of hours before or after taking antibiotics to avoid any irritation and ensure their effectiveness.
Is it possible to take too many probiotic capsules?
It is possible to take too many probiotic capsules. Taking high doses of probiotics can lead to digestive side effects, such as gas, bloating and diarrhea. In some cases, taking too many probiotics can also lead to an overgrowth of bad bacteria in the gut. It's
† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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