Advanced Orthomolecular Research AOR Probiotic 3 Capsules, 90 Count
- Helps the growth of beneficial bacteria
- Supports a normal inflammatory response
- Helps with digestion
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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).Read more ›
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm taking these probiotics because I read this formulation might help with food allergies. I did not experience any negative stomach issues with these probiotics. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Tracy C
This probiotic has a strain which is very hard to find in any other probiotics. It's called Clostridium Butyricum. . Read morePublished 23 days ago by Natalie
Helped me rebuild my stomach from a harsh round of antibiotics.Published 3 months ago by Antranik Minassian
This is a Dangerous product, after taking it for just one day, I'm much sicker, worst constipation and bloating, gas, abdominal pain!! Read morePublished 3 months ago by heyhello
My husband uses this brand all the time. He is chiropractor for 20 yearsPublished 5 months ago by Kimberly Sarubbi
I have Ulcerative Colitis. I tried this probiotic and did not die. I think it helps me a lot with immunity besides digestion too.Published 6 months ago by RyGuy