Puritan’s Pride Probiotic 10

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Puritan’s Pride

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This probiotic supplement by Puritan’s Pride covers a fair amount of ground and manages to keep its price low enough to be easily affordable for those who don’t want to spend too much on digestive health. It’s especially suited for small immune system boosts, and overall digestive health function.

What to expect from the strains

Lactobacillus and the other strains in Puritan’s Pride Probiotic 10 can be expected to help aid digestion, especially digestion of dairy, and provide a small boost to the overall immune function.

The Good

With 20 billion active cultures, this supplement delivers an effective dose of probiotic bacteria, and the strains included cover enough ground to be helpful for a few different things, including IBS related symptoms, diarrhea, and digestive discomfort.

The Bad

With mostly different subspecies of Lactobacillus in this blend, the health benefits are somewhat limited. This also uses a gelatin capsule and contains milk ingredients, so it is not suitable for vegetarians, vegans, or for those who are lactose intolerant.

Without enteric-coating users can’t rely on results, as the strains may or may not survive the stomach acid to populate the gut.

Puritans Pride Rapid Release Probiotic, 120 Count
  • Puritan's Pride Probiotic 10 Capsules are the perfect supplement to keep your gut happy, healthy, and fully functional
  • Each capsule contains our proprietary probiotic blend that includes 20 billion live active cultures; each bottle contains 120 rapid release capsules
  • Our probiotic 10 blend contains friendly microorganisms that help to produce a favorable and healthy environment within your intestines, keeping your digestive system at its absolute best

How to Buy Probiotic 10

Probiotic 10 is available here at Amazon.com

Potency:……………………2.0

CFU: ……………2.5

Strains: …………………..3.5

Living Cultures:…………..3.0

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