TruBiotics

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TruBiotics

Overall Rating:          3.7/5trubio

TruBiotics contains two types of well-documented probiotics, Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium animalis.

Although more for individuals who are looking for their probiotic to address a very specific health issue, TruBiotics does its job very well. Again, the test results were not overwhelmingly positive – however they still measured well inside the advised levels of effectiveness.

If the two strains in Trubiotics are the ones that you are looking for, TruBiotics is a fair place to begin your foray into probiotic supplements.

What to expect from the strains

Trubiotics contains two strains: Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium animalis. Lactobacillus acidophilus is a probiotic which is used in the treatment of some vaginal infections and may facilitate lactose digestion in lactose-intolerant individuals. Bifidobacterium animalis is used to treat discomfort and bloating in constipation-predominant irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

The Good

TruBiotics was effective in treating both the discomfort and bloating of IBS and eased the issues lactose-intolerant individuals experienced when consuming lactose. TruBiotics also had limited success in alleviated symptoms of vaginal infections. This product is safe for pets and children, but it is always wise to consult a physician before taking any supplement if you are pregnant or nursing.

The Bad

The majority of individuals reported no change in symptoms related to vaginal infections and the colonies of TruBiotics did not survive long after the removal of the supplement from an individual’s daily routine.

How to Buy Trubiotics

TruBiotics can be found here on Amazon.com.

Potency:……………………4.2

CFU: 1.5 Billion…………..2.5

Strains: 2…………………..3.5

Living Cultures:…………..4.1

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