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Advanced Orthomolecular Research AOR Probiotic 3 Capsules, 90 Count

4.4 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Helps the growth of beneficial bacteria
  • Supports a normal inflammatory response
  • Helps with digestion

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The enterobacteria contained in PROBIOTIC-3 act in symbiosis and support a healthy intestinal flora. Lactic acid and butyric acid-producing probiotics inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria while promoting the growth of the beneficial Bifidobacterium strain.

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  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 3.8 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B0082DDQH6
  • UPC: 624917089998 884741820000 881629403355
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,166 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)

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I have leaky gut, SIBO and candida overgrowth. It's been awhile since I've used a probiotic that actually made a difference. This one did for me.
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After doing a lot of reading about the importance of a healthy gut microbiome, I decided to try this product. It was recommended by Dr Grace Lui, of the blog Animal Pharm, who has written extensively on how the gut affects our life. Everything from our immune system, digestion, weight loss, mood, allergies, etc etc.

Also there's a lot of good info at Free the Animal.com, by Richard Nikoley. He's written about the good gut bugs and how we not only need them in the first place, but what to feed them to maintain healthy gut microbiota, especially if we've ever taken antibiotics, which we all know wipes them out. And no, store bought yogurt does not re-plant the entire population. There are about a 100 trillion intestinal microflora in a healthy gut, with up to 1000 different species! That little cup of morning yogurt won't replace those. This product will, according to the list on the bottle. It contains the regular probiotics that most products offer, plus soil-based organisms, which so many of us lack now. And it includes some potato starch, which many of those species thrive on. Richard Nikoley (at Free the Animal.com) wrote a lot on this. See his article on Probiotics: The Genetic Component of Obesity. Hmmm... very interesting stuff.

Another great source of info I found was Paul and Shou-Ching Jaminet. They are both scientists who have done extensive research, and wrote the book Perfect Health Diet.

Long story short, yes this little bottle of probiotics is expensive (to me on my budget). It only has 30 servings, if you follow the dosage recommendations on the bottle. But I bought it for a "re-seeding" strategy (I'm taking 2 in the morning and 2 at night, with a tablespoon of unmodified potato starch dissoloved in water).
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This is an unusual probiotic for a couple reasons. Unlike most on the market, it contains spore-forming, commensal bacteria. It's claimed to be shelf stable and to survive the stomach environment well. I have no doubt that's true. It appears to be the same formula as the well-studied Bio-Three sold in Asia. One of the star players is Clostridium butyricum. It's the only product I've found so far that has a butyrate-producing species. Butyrate is the preferred fuel of colonic cells and it has metabolism boosting and immune regulating roles.
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Arrived on Time and these probiotics have really been helping with my overall health and digestion. There is a period where your body adjusts where you might feel bad and get a headache/diarrhea. If this persists after taking the probiotics for a week or two, consider doing a parasite cleanse with garlic capsules, oregano oil or the NOW foods wormwood complex. I had overgrowth of yeast and parasites (I lived in Africa for a while), and after doing a good proper "cleanse" I respond much better to probiotics, especially this one with the potato starch included in the capsule.

Yes, these are expensive, but the most important thing you have is your health. Is it worth the investment for you? It is for me.

Also, read freetheanimal.com and drbganimalpharm.blogspot.com, both are FANTASTIC resources for gut biome health.
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It works well in conjunction with other Probiotics that I use (iFlora, Prescript Assist, Primal Flora, Primal Defense Ultra). I also follow a version of Paleo that is very similar to Richard Nikoley's (Free the Animal) version of Paleo which includes safe starches in the form of non-toxic properly prepared legumes (think split peas, navy beans, Anasazi beans etc.), potatoes, potato starch, lime treated corn tortillas, baked oatmeal, oat flour, sprouted brown rice, and bananas. The elimination of wheat, a1 casein dairy, soy, canola, soybean, and cottonseed vegetable oils, chemicals, additives, and preservatives still apply for me. I still have to watch out sneakier sources of inflammation such as soy-fed chicken eggs, and I have to add back in foods to help reduce inflammation overall in the form of water-packed bone-in sardines, and smoked oysters in olive oil (I just rinse off the oil for this because olive oil still upsets my gut for whatever weird reason). If it's something that gives me a headache, irritates my gut and/or gives me immune system problems, then I simply don't eat it. That said, the pounds are slowly but surely melting off my face and midsection, and I don't feel like I'm deprived at all.
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I worked in the supplement business for a few years. And, as a result, got tons of samples of products, especially probiotics. By a landslide, this is the best probiotic I have used. I love AOR's product line, but never purchase them due to their price-point being out of my budget. I made an exception for this product and am glad I did.

The usual run-of-the-mill bifidus acidophilus mix (no matter how strong) are, at best, transitive. Also, most bifido and acidophilus blends have little to no clinical evidence behind them. If you want some acidophilus and bifidus strains, just drink kefir or eat some good plain yogurt. This product, on the other hand, is legit'. Compared to similar products, this is half the price for the strains you are getting.

Trust the farts. If you're getting gas, then you know it's doing something down there.
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