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Probiotic Supplements Review (Including Pet Probiotics)

Trying to find the best probiotic supplements? Our tests found that not all products provide all the cells (CFUs) and features they claim, and one was contaminated with Pseudomonas. See our results, comparisons, and Top Picks for popular brands and get the evidence for specific probiotic strains for uses such as IBS, diarrhea, gas, allergies and colds, infections, weight loss and more. Plus, get information about proper storage, safety, side effects, and drug interactions with probiotics.

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1.I eat one to two cups of Greek yogurt every day. Do I still need to take a probiotic supplement?  (in Comments)
2.Is it true that yogurt and kefir can trigger migraines?
3.Is it best to take probiotic supplements with or without food? It seems like everyone has a different recommendation.  (in Comments)
4.Can vitamin K2 really help decrease calcium in the arteries?  (in Comments)
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6.What is the best way to take curcumin? Is it better to take it all at once or in divided doses?  (in Comments)
7.Do probiotics help with lactose intolerance?
8.Is the probiotic "Milk Test," as described on many websites, really an effective way to test the quality of the bacteria in probiotic supplements at home?

Clinical Updates Found:
2015 Triglyceride-Lowering with a Probiotic (11/07/2015)
Triglyceride-Lowering with a Probiotic
Studies with probiotics have demonstrated modest lowering of LDL ("bad") cholesterol, but the evidence has been mixed regarding triglycerides. A recent study in which a probiotic was added to a kefir drink showed a 17% reduction in triglycerides along with a modest reduction in LDL – effects not seen with the kefir alone. Details are found in the Probiotics and Kefirs Review >>
 Probiotic Foods and Social Anxiety (06/21/2015)
Probiotic Foods and Social Anxiety
A new study shows that consumption of fermented foods like yogurt and kefir (which are likely to contain probiotic organisms) was associated with lower levels of social anxiety. This suggests that such foods may serve as a low-risk intervention for reducing social anxiety. More about the study is found in the Probiotics Review >>

News Releases Found:
2015 Some Surprising Results from Tests of 43 Probiotic Supplements and Kefir Drinks (11/06/2015)


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