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Poobiotics

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Abby Freund

I really like this product.

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Laura Lyn Donahue
Helps!

I’ve been taking Poobiotics for 6 weeks or so. What I’ve noticed is that if I take one 3x/day, that is the most helpful. I have IBS-C. This is not the perfect solution; however, it is easing symptoms and working with the Digestive Enzyme Complex that I take along with it. Consistency in taking it is key for me.

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Rach
I think it works...

I guess it works. Was expecting a little more "movement" from this, but do feel I am a bit more regular.

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Michael P
Wow…just wow!

Finally a target led probiotic that works wonders. Also love the name!!!

Poobiotics FAQ

While everyone is different, Poobiotics is designed for only one thing: better poops! While not a cleanse like MagO7, it may help support regularity, consistency, and discomfort relief. Friendly bacteria are a necessary part of digestion, intestinal health, and your microbiome-based immune system. Poobiotics curates 5 of the most poop-friendly strains at 10 Billion organisms at time of manufacture. With a targeted blend and good bacteria concentration, we think you'll enjoy trying even if you like your existing poops!

While everyone is different, Poobiotics is designed for only one thing: better poops! While not a cleanse like MagO7, it may help support regularity, consistency, and discomfort relief. Friendly bacteria are a necessary part of digestion, intestinal health, and your microbiome-based immune system. Poobiotics curates 5 of the most poop-friendly strains at 10 Billion organisms at time of manufacture. With a targeted blend and good bacteria concentration, we think you'll enjoy trying even if you like your existing poops!

There aren't any known contraindications with other supplements like prebiotics, fiber, laxatives, vitamins, or digestive enzymes, meaning they should be safe to take with Poobiotics! However, if you have any questions or concerns you should consult your healthcare professional.

The digestive system is complicated and everyone's health situation is different. It's impossible to say if Poobiotics will or will not provide any specific benefit to any specific individual. However, Poobiotics uses 5 highly targeted probiotic strains that have been shown to be effective for constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, and supporting the microbiome-driven immune system.

If you are on medications, talk to your healthcare professional about taking any supplements. All probiotics may have contraindications with certain types of antibiotics, anti-fungals, or immunosuppressants. We always recommend to consult your trusted healthcare providers about whether supplementing with probiotics is right for you.

For most people, it is fine to take a probiotic while dieting, pregnant, and even breastfeeding. However, every person and health situation is unique. If you have a particular diet, are pregnant, or are breastfeeding, we recommend consulting your healthcare provider.

According to the NCCIH, if you are healthy, probiotics are considered safe and without major side effects. The strains in Poobiotics have been studied for many years. Lactobacillus acidophilus DDS-1 is one of the most studied probiotics available. However, everyone and their health situation is different. For some people, a rebalancing microbiome can cause very mild, temporary bloating or gas that goes away quickly as your body gets used to the probiotic. Very rarely, probiotics can cause allergic reactions. Overall, probiotics are a natural and beneficial part of a balanced wellness routine. As always, consult your healthcare provider if you have any concerns.

Overall, there is no strong reason why you can't take other probiotics together with Poobiotics. However, you may want to make sure that you aren't taking probiotics with strains already in Poobiotics. Additionally, the strains in Poobiotics have been studied together and shown to work together well. When combining another probiotic with Poobiotics, always make sure to find research that confirms they can work together to target the different needs of the gut. When concerned, consult with your healthcare provider.

CFUs stands for Colony Forming Units, a measure of the number of active organisms in a probiotic. There is no daily dose that is right for every person. For most people, 5 to 10 billion CFUs is enough support a healthy microbiome balance. However, some people may have better results taking 10 billion CFUs 3 times a day. Ask your healthcare provider if you may benefit from a higher probiotic daily dose.

Before giving any probiotic to children, consult your child's healthcare provider. Many people consider probiotics safe for children. However, babies and kids with compromised immune systems may have contraindications with any probiotic. It is important to carefully listen to the guidance of your child's trusted healthcare provider.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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