InnovixLabs Multi-Strain Probiotic

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InnovixLabs Multi-Strain Probiotic, 50 Billion CFU, 60 Time-Release Capsules, 31 Strains of Good Probiotics: Lactobacillus, Bifidobacteria, Pediococcus, BioTract Stomach Acid Protection, Gluten-Free
  • MULTI-STRAIN PROBIOTIC: Formulated with 31 probiotic strains and 50 billion CFUs of good bacteria, this Multi-Strain Probiotic includes Lactobacillus, Bifidobacteria, Pediococcus, and Lactococcus to help restore and maintain diversity.*
  • HIGH POTENCY: InnovixLabs’ probiotics for men and women are filled with 50 billion live cultures. This ensures good potency right up to the expiration date with no refrigeration required. All strains thrive at human body temperature.
  • DELAYED RELEASE: InnovixLabs’ men’s and women’s probiotics are formulated with Bio-Tract for stomach acid protection and designed to survive stomach acid and provide targeted release into the intestines.

InnovixLabs Multi-Strain Probiotic

Overall Rating:          4.2/5

InnovixLabs boasts a whopping 31 unique strains along with a hearty 50 Billion CFU.. The 31 strains in this probiotic include complete lactobacillus and bifidobacterium complexes, as well as two variants of the Streptococcus Thermophilus bacterium.

What to expect from the strains

The list of Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus bacteria is exhaustive and capable of addressing typical gastrointestinal issues from flora imbalances (traveler’s diarrhea, IBS, constipation). S. Thermophilus may also help with lactose intolerance, antibiotic-associated diarrhea, and to stimulate your immune system.

The Good

Our analysis showed that over 93% of the probiotics in this supplement were still viable at the time of inspection, placing it in the top 5% of probiotics reviewed to date! This probiotic has a very high strain count and appropriate CFU/strain ratios.

The Bad

The only reason InnovixLabs didn’t outrank a couple other probiotics on this list was due to its worrying amounts of fillers, binders and other additives. Our chief concerns were the Microcrystalline Cellulose, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, and Silicon Dioxide: all of which can, over time, build up in your system and cause serious health issues.

How to Buy InnovixLabs

You can purchase InnovixLabs Multi-Strain Probiotic on Amazon.com here.

Potency:……………………4.3

CFU: 50 Billion……………4.2

Strains: 31…………………..4.6

Living Cultures:…………..4.2

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