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How to Take Your Probiotics


According to Davic Perlmutter M.D., there are some fundamental points that remain very well established when it comes to deciding for the ideal probiotic formula .Choose a probiotic formula that will give you the best resource for enriching and improving your gut bacteria.

What should I consider while lookin for a Probiotic formula?

  • Always choose a probiotic supplement with at least 10 billion or more live organisms. 
  • Avoid taking products that uses chlorinated water. Chlorine is added to municipal water systems in order to eradicate bacteria, and this may very well impact the effectiveness of your probiotic supplement because chlorinated water can also kill your intestinal flora.
  • It is best to take your Probiotics with an empty stomach because stomach acid levels are lower. Higher acid levels can jeopardize the sustainability of your Probiotics. 
  • Make sure you provide a nurturing ecosystem for your probiotic organisms by consuming right amounts of prebiotic fiber.
  • Look for probiotics with multiple strains. There are some excellent products that contain 14 or more different strains.

Keep in mind that there are "five key strains" that must be a part of any probiotic formula that you may choose.

What are the five key strains that You should look for?

  1. Lactobaccilus plantarum: this bug is one of the most beneficial bacteria in your body. It survives in the stomach for a long time and performs many functions that help regulate immunity and control inflammation in the gut. 
  2. Lactobaccilus acidophilus: acidophilus is known as the nurturer. It keeps the balance between good and bad bacteria. It aids your immune system and in women, it prevent the growth of Candida albicans, which is a fungus that can cause yeast infections. 
  3. Lactobaccilus brevis: It improves immune function by increasing cellular immunity. It’s so effective in combating common bacterial infection. 
  4. Bifidobacterium lactis : Is it know for having a powerful effect on preventing digestive ills and enhancing immunity. It’s also known for helping fight out food-borne illness like salmonella, which causes diarrhea.
  5. Bifidobacterium longum: This is one of the first strains that becomes part of our bodies at birth. It is associated with the support of lactose tolerance and preventing diarrhea, and food allergies . It’s also known for having antioxidant properties and the ability to search for free radicals. 

      So keep these things in mind when choosing your Probiotics.






      1. David Perlmutter M.D.