I have a lot of stomach issues and have since I was about 16 years old. One thing that I turn to in order to help maintain and stabilize my stomach is Probiotics. I use Probiotics because my doctor recommends it. As with anything pertaining to your health, I want to remind you that I am not a doctor and that I recommend that you talk to your doctor first before starting anything.
If you have ever shopped for Probiotics, then you know that it can be pretty confusing. The Probiotics all seem to have various strains and number of CFUs. How many strains should you look for and what number of CFUs are you aiming for? I still do not know the answers to these questions. Personally, I just try them out and go by which one actually helps stabilize and maintain my stomach.
The latest Probiotic that I have tried is the ProVita Labs Nexabiotic Probiotic.
Probiotics always seem to have different strains and that to me is pretty confusing. Here is what the breakdown for Nexabiotic Probiotic is…
Probiotics are known, beneficial microorganisms. Scientists have done studies on these guys and have found that there are more of these beneficial organisms on your skin, urogenital tract, and inside the gut than there are people on Earth. These organisms help you do everything from breaking down food, providing essential nutrients (such as Vitamin K), modulating the immune system, and keeping pathogenic (bad) microorganisms out of the gut via competition.
Each strain (or species) does a little something different. Some strains have a role in providing essential nutrients. One nutrient your body does not produce Vitamin K, which is important for blood clotting. This is the reason why newborns are given Vitamin K shots. They do not have probiotics inside their gut to produce the essential vitamin. One thing probiotics do is produce Vitamin K inside the gut which is then absorbed by your body.
Probiotics play a role in breaking down food and preventing your body from absorbing excess calories. Some probiotics have been associated with weight loss.
There are many reasons for why it’s important to choose a probiotic with a diverse number of strains.
Nexabiotic comes in a capsule form. If you have trouble swallowing capsules, then you can open the capsule and put the powder inside it, in something like a drink or food. The capsule can then be thrown away as the probiotic is in the powder inside the capsule.
The recommended dose on the Nexabiotic bottle is 1 capsule in the morning and 1 capsule in the evening. Each bottle contains 60 capsules and lasts a month is following the directions on dosage.
It is recommended to take Nexabiotic on an empty stomach. I take it first thing in the morning and also later in the evening.
Typically it takes about one to two weeks to start to see results from taking probiotics. So I always start taking probiotics right away at the first sign of stomach issues, or when I start antibiotics. I always end up with stomach issues from antibiotics and probiotics have been a stomach saver for me.
So far my experience with Nexabiotic is positive. I am looking forward to seeing the long term results from this product and will have to update everyone once I have taken a full month of the product.
ProVita states that their Nexabiotic is GMO free and Doctor formulated. The capsules are stated to be stomach acid resistant and vegetarian. Nexabiotic also comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
At the time of this review, Nexabiotic is on sale for $19.36 for one bottle. The regular price is $24.95 a bottle. I find the price for Nexabiotic is in line with what I typically find for probiotic products.
I always recommend asking your doctor first and also reading about the products and what others have to say about their experience with the product. I can point you in the right direction with the reviews as Nexabiotic has a ton of reviews and FAQ’s on their website.
To find out more about Nexabiotic, check them out here….