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I started using this probiotic as a last-ditch effort to try to help my 3-month-old son with his daily gas and gut pain. I had spent so much time and money on every product on the market to no avail, I was becoming depressed and desperate that my baby was hurting so bad, he gave himself a hernia...

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I started using this probiotic as a last-ditch effort to try to help my 3-month-old son with his daily gas and gut pain. I had spent so much time and money on every product on the market to no avail, I was becoming depressed and desperate that my baby was hurting so bad, he gave himself a hernia. Just when I starting to think it was my fault, I came across an ad for Evivo. After a bit of research, I decided to take the chance and make the purchase. I already decided that if this doesn't work I will switch over to formula, only because it was the only thing left to try. As soon as my order arrived I was hopeful and excited to see if it would work. I immediately prepared it and administered it to my son with no problem, it definitely was different from every other probiotic. Within 3 days it happened, a miracle, his gas was passing easier, and had a big bowel movement, it had been almost a week for him, and was very irritated. He began to sleep longer with less crying and every day it got better than the last. It has been two full months, I just started on the 3rd and I have to say I have a whole different baby, he is so happy and sleeps all night. EVIVO saved our lives!

The main job of probiotics, or good bacteria, is to maintain a healthy balance in your body. Think of it as keeping your body in neutral. When you are sick, bad bacteria enters your body and increases in number. This knocks your body out of balance. Good bacteria works to fight off the bad bacteria and restore the balance within your body, making you feel better.

There is currently a large amount of research happening around the idea of what probiotics can do for your body. Even though there are a lot of possibly positive outcomes, researchers are still working to find definitive answers about how probiotics can help with various conditions.

However, there are some medical conditions where probiotics may help. This can vary between people meaning that what works for one person may not work for another. These can also vary based on the certain probiotic that is taken.

You can increase the amount of good microbes in your body through foods, drinks and supplements. You may already have certain foods in your daily diet that contain probiotics. Fermented foods in particular (yogurt and pickles, for example) are home to a host of good bacteria that benefit your body. There are also fermented drinks like kombucha (fermented tea) or kefir (fermented dairy drink) that introduce extra probiotics into your diet.

Because microbes used as probiotics already exist naturally in your body, probiotic foods and supplements are generally considered safe. They may trigger allergic reactions, and may also cause mild stomach upset, diarrhea, or flatulence (passing gas) and bloating for the first few days after starting to take them.

Probiotics can be beneficial for both adults and kids. If your child has an illness that requires an antibiotic medication for treatment, taking a probiotic can help shorten symptoms. Probiotics can also be used to help relieve constipation, acid reflux, diarrhea, gas and eczema in children.

Before you start any supplements, make sure you talk to your healthcare provider. Your provider may be able to point you in the right direction, helping you figure out the best probiotic to take, how much to take and when to take it. A conversation is always worth the time when it concerns your health.

As nutrition consultant Lauren Minchen explains, "probiotics populate the gut lining and other areas of the body (like the skin) to protect against harmful bacteria and viruses, keep tissue intact, and boost the absorption of nutrients." Probiotic supplements can ensure your body is further optimized by improving gut function, improving skin conditions like rosacea and dermatitis, improving immunity, boosting mental health, and promoting heart health.

Though you should always consult your doctor before, probiotics are generally considered safe for pregnancy and are even sometimes recommended for this time. Taking them can improve the gut health of both you and your baby, reducing the risk of developing food allergies, infections, and illness.

Zhang H, Yeh C, Jin Z, et al. Prospective study of probiotic supplementation results in immune stimulation and improvement of upper respiratory infection rate. Synth Syst Biotechnol. 2018;3(2):113-120. Published 2018 Mar 12. doi:10.1016/j.synbio.2018.03.001

Jarde A, Lewis-Mikhael AM, Moayyedi P, et al. Pregnancy outcomes in women taking probiotics or prebiotics: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2018;18(1):14. doi:10.1186/s12884-017-1629-5

My indoor as well as my barn cats love the Profivex probiotic powder. The difference it has made in their coats is amazing in just 6 weeks. My mid teen cat craves it and is eating so much better with this product by just adding it to the top of his food. One of my younger cats has constant stomach upset which is why I initially tried the product, and this has been a game changer for him. Will continue to use it for all of my cats and my dog.

I am so impressed with Vetnique Labs customer service, they go above and beyond! The profivex powder I bought for my 15 year old cat is pure magic! She eats all her food now, it has been a lifelong battle with that, she's no longer vomiting and her coat is glossier than it's ever been. Thank you ?

Scalp- Start with wet, unwashed hair. Work a quarter-sized amount of powder into wet hands to create a lather. Slide through hair using fingertips to massage into scalp. Leave on scalp for 3-5 minutes for further relief. Rinse and follow with shampoo/conditioner, as needed.

Yes, it is possible to have diarrhea when you first start to take probiotics. Probiotics alter the microbiome, so when they are first introduced, some people may experience temporary symptoms such as gas, bloating, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps. These symptoms will dissipate after a few days.

There have been a few cases where diarrhea resulting from probiotic use may be a sign of more severe complications. Issues like sepsis and fungus in the blood may occur in people who are already severely ill or have compromised immune systems. For those with healthy immune systems, symptoms will be temporary. If diarrhea persists past a few days, it may be a good idea to stop the probiotic supplement.

Our gut microbiome has 109 microorganisms, so it would be quite difficult to ingest enough probiotic supplements to overpower these. However, it is possible that taking too many can trigger uncomfortable symptoms such as gas, bloating, abdominal cramping, and diarrhea.

Research is growing with respect to using a specific combination of probiotics in preterm, low-birth-weight infants born before 37 weeks gestation for the prevention of necrotizing enterocolitis. Even with the research, probiotics are not appropriate for all preterm, low-birth-weight infants.

Martín-Muñoz MF, Fortuni M, Caminoa M, Belver T, Quirce S, Caballero T. Anaphylactic reaction to probiotics. Cow's milk and hen's egg allergens in probiotic compounds. Pediatr Allergy Immunol. 2012;23(8):778-784. doi:10.1111/j.1399-3038.2012.01338.x

Pro-Easy is the ideal option for adults and children who don't like swallowing capsules, providing well researched Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains in an easy to dose powder. The trillions of bacteria which live inside us, including lactobacillus and bifidobacterium strains which naturally reside in the gut, work in harmony to keep us well. Not only do these bacteria form an important part of our immune defences, but they also finish digesting our food for us, help to keep us ""regular"" and produce valuable vitamins as well as supporting the health of the gut lining. Perfect for those looking for an alternative to a capsule, this tasteless powder can be easily added to food (sprinkle onto cold food such as cereal or yoghurt) or added to water or stirred into juice. Ideal for everyday maintenance of gut health.

Pro-Easy provides Lactobacillus acidophilus with, Bifidus infantis, longum and brevis - topping up naturally resident bacteria that populate the colon to maintain good digestive health. Easy to use, tasteless powder which is ideal for all the family - just mix into cold food or drinks.

Not all bacteria is bad for us, and probiotics are a solid example of that. Probiotics are living microorganisms that are valuable for your gut health, providing benefits ranging from assisting with digestion to alleviating common gastrointestinal conditions. While you can consume probiotics from fermented foods like yogurt, a supplement may provide your gut the extra boost it needs. 041b061a72


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