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Kristie Presten
over 1 year ago • Atlanta

Looking for a good probiotic

I have tried several different kinds of probiotics. All the way from expensive to cheap. I'm curious to know which brand you like and why (price, effectiveness, strain diversity)? I'm searching for a probiotic that helps me feel less bloated, improves my digestion and isn't priced too high. Your thoughts?
11 replies
over 1 year ago
I drink the Yakult probiotic. I will add to a smoothie and I like the flavor of it on its own if I don’t have time to make a smoothie.
over 1 year ago
I really love the Dr. Ohhira's, Probiotics, Original Formula for the higher priced probiotic at about $45. I have gut issues and this one works great helps with yeast issues, and bloating. As for a more affordable one that still works great Renew Life Women's Daily Probiotics around $20-$25. I highly recommend really anything by Renew Life everything I have ever taken from them to help aid with digestive issues has been great. I also do take digestive enzymes that really make a difference with helping to break down and digest food.
over 1 year ago
I use Body Bloom by Sarah's Day, it's Australian and is about $50 but it's so worth it. I usually mix it 1.5 teaspoons of it with iced water and drink it in the morning. You can also use it in smoothies or add it to juice.
over 1 year ago
I am waiting for my results from Thryve, which is a service that will analyze your particular gut flora and then can make a personalized mixture of probiotics for you. Can't give it a review yet, but looking forward to seeing what they discover. thryveinside.com
see - Thryve
over 1 year ago
Oh my gosh Aaron Hedquist I want to buy this Thryve service for my husband. Please report back!
over 1 year ago
Actually got my results back this evening. Quite interesting, one of the types I’m drastically low in correlates to fatigue, an issue I’ve been dealing with for some time. It gives recommendations of foods to eat and to avoid. It infers a lot from the data and some of it is probably a reach, but I do like that you can (for $10 more) compare your results to their whole database, filtered to people of similar age and diet. I think I’ll try some of its suggestions and get another test in a month of two.
over 1 year ago
Never heard of this option but im very interested
over 1 year ago
I use the one sold in the Costco pharmacy. You don’t need a Rx but you have to ask the pharmacist for it. It’s refrigerated
see - Costco
over 1 year ago
I have tried several brands and my favorite one is Ancient Nutrition. It really works.
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