Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies, Dietary Supplement, 60 Count

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Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies, Dietary Supplement, 60 Count

Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies, Dietary Supplement, 60 Count

  • Promotes digestive health
  • Promotes immune health
  • Lessens minor abdominal discomfort, bloating and may relieve occasional diarrhea
  • 10X Better Survivability vs. Yogurt

Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies support your overall digestive health, helping you maintain a healthy, balanced digestive system and support your body’s immune system. It contains Probiotic BC30, a unique, patented strain of probiotic bacteria that is surrounded by a protective layer of proteins that helps protect good bacteria from stomach acids so they arrive alive and well in your intestines where they’ll do the most good. In fact, laboratory studies show BC30 bacteria survive 10x better than other probiotics, including those found in most yogurt products.

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  1. 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Delicious probiotic product primarily for children, August 21, 2013
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    Kate McMurry (United States) –
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    This review is from: Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies, Dietary Supplement, 60 Count (Health and Beauty)
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    Ingredients: BC bacillus coagulans, corn syrup, sugar, gelatin, citric acid, sorbitol, natural flavors, lactic acid, colors from fruits and vegetables.

    These gummies certainly taste delicious, just like Gummy Bears candy, and they are clearly primarily meant for children. However, as an adult, I certainly enjoyed them. The dosage for adults is 2-4 gummies per day, which I willingly consumed.

    These gummies do include unhealthy corn syrup and sugar, and they also contain sorbitol, a sugar alcohol which can cause bowel distress. However, the amount contained in the dosage recommended for these gummies is small enough that it probably won’t have a bad effect on most people, even small children. I’m personally normally extremely sensitive to sugar alcohol, and these gummies did not affect me adversely.

    The type of probiotic contained in this product, Bacillus coagulans, promotes bowel health in general, but it is sometimes prescribed (particularly in Europe) for diarrhea (including infectious rotaviral diarrhea in children, traveler’s diarrhea, and diarrhea caused by antibiotics). Bacillus coagulans is also used to aid digestion, and to treat various bowel disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, a disorder of the bowels called Clostridium difficilecolitis, and as a help in healing ulcers caused by the bacterium Helicobacter pylori.

    In addition, Bacillus coagulans can help prevent respiratory infections, improve immune function, and help prevent cancer. Scientists are also considering adding it to vaccines to improve their effectiveness.

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  2. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Tasty gummy with proven gut surviving probiotic ingredient, August 30, 2013
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    Bart Motes (Miami, Florida) –
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    This review is from: Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies, Dietary Supplement, 60 Count (Health and Beauty)
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    I have used four different probiotics and drank quite a bit of kefir in an effort to restore my guts to the state they were in before I had a few rounds of antibiotics last year. Because I have been using a number of different probiotics, I cannot attribute my results to this probiotic, but I still recommend it for three reasons:

    1. The gummies are tasty and convenient.

    2. The probiotic that the gummies contain, Bacillus coagulans, is one that is known to survive the stomach and actually make it to the gut. (This is the origin of the label claim versus yogurt.)

    3. you cannot have too many varieties of good bacteria in your gut.

    Although I am thrifty by nature, given that an unresolved GI situation will inevitably lead to costly medical attention in the future, I would recommend getting a number of different probiotics. I list four below that I have taken. We should not be penny wise and pound foolish.

    Here are the four different probiotics I’ve tried. I have no idea which one is effective, but together they made a difference. Recent studies suggest that diversity in the gut may be important.

    1. THORNE RESEARCH – Bacillus Coagulans (formerly Lactobacillus Sporogenes) – 60’s If you had to choose just one probiotic, I would go with this one. It’s cost effective, highly recommended and produced an immediate response.

    2. Digestive Advantage Daily Probiotic Capsules, Dietary Supplement, 30 Count Same manufacturer, same probiotic as the gummies (and as #1 above, Bacillus Coagulans), but in pill form.

    3. Acidophilus Plus Goat’s Milk – 200 – Capsule Requires refrigeration, different probiotics which may not survive gut as well as Bacillus Coagulans, but good for culturing yogurt.

    4. Enzymatic Therapy – Pearls IC – 90 caps Contains six different strains of probiotics. Attempts to beat the gut problem through the design of the pill–which I can attest to being practically impossible to cut open or otherwise mess with. Whether it survives the gut, who can say? I think it is worth throwing in the mix, however.

    You can also get a yogurt maker like this: Euro Cuisine YM80 Yogurt Maker and culture some of these probiotics yourself. I did not find the B. Coagulans to culture well. However, the Acidophilus Plus Goat’s Milk – 200 – Capsule, which contains three different probiotic strains did work acceptably. There are apparently very old, heritage bacterial “communities” available for purchase that may give your gut even better diversity. You can also culture non-dairy products like coconut milk if you suspect you are allergic to dairy. If this interests you, you will find many resources on the net.

    Expect a few days of quirkiness in the digestive tract once you start taking probiotics. I didn’t find the kefir to do much, by the way. The pill probiotics did the trick. Also, on at least one occasion I experienced an autoimmune response. Keep some Benadryl on hand, as some of these probiotics have effects on histamine. Good luck!

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  3. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing!!, February 21, 2013
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    Paola

    This review is from: Digestive Advantage Probiotic Gummies, Dietary Supplement, 60 Count (Health and Beauty)
    Before I took this gummies I would go days without using the restroom but ever since I started taking them I’ve been using the restroom every day and I couldn’t be happier. I feel so much healthier and happy that I no longer have irregularity problems. They taste great and feels like you’re eating candy. I totally recommend this product to anyone.

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