Doctor's Biome Probiotics include 15 strains of living probiotics. These are also called friendly bacteria. Proper levels of these probiotics may provide improvements in overall intestinal health and immune function.
New studies are being published every week about the link between the gut microbiome and the function and health of each organ in the human body. Over 20,000 papers appear on PubMed, which more added regularly. One issue with probiotics is that powders, tablet and capsule forms arrive in a type of suspended animation, waiting for hydration in the stomach's acidic environment. Multiple years of research went into making a better product, one that can meet all your needs to help restore a healthy gut and rebalance the biome.
Why choose Doctor's Biome?
Doctor's Biome is formulated by doctors, who created a blend of 15 probiotic strains. These are chosen from an array of clinical studies, shown to be especially beneficial against intestinal conditions and C. difficile.
You'll get 27 billion Colony Forming Units (CFUs) in every bottle at the time of manufacture. They are thriving, growing and living from day one, ready for use. As it ages, it grows in potency (as long as you don't exceed the recommended shelf life or storage temperature).
The probiotics come in a natural blend of organic fruit and vegetables juices (cucumber, mint, lettuce, celery, apple, lemon and kale) and have a sweet/tart fruity taste. There are 4.5 grams of natural sugars (mostly from the apple juice, which are immediately consumed by the probiotics once mixed. Each bottle is shelf stable at room temperature (70 degrees) for two months or for four months refrigerated. They should never be heated or frozen.
These probiotics compete with and eliminate a range of harmful yeasts and bacteria like Candida albican and Clostridium difficile, and can help bring your gut back into balance, improving digestion.
Each batch is tested by an FDA-registered, independent microbiology lab for the absence of pathogens. You will take it 30 minutes before eating on an empty stomach to ensure proper transit to the gut.