Digestive Advantage Daily Probiotic Capsules, Diet

Digestive Advantage Daily Probiotic Capsules, Dietary Supplement, 30 Count

Digestive Advantage Daily Probiotic Capsules, Dietary Supplement, 30 Count was listed on Amazon for $21.41, selling for $10.79 USD brand new. Manufactured by Digestive Advantage. There are 69 units left brand new.Some great features of this product include:

  • Promotes digestive health
  • Promotes immune health
  • Lessens minor abdominal discomfort, bloating and may relieve occasional diarrhea
  • 10X Better Survivability vs. Yogurt
  • Contains ganeden-BC30 the most viable probiotic strain

Digestive Advantage Daily Probiotic Capsules 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 Support and maintain a healthy digestive system with Schiff Sustenex Probiotic Digestive Support Capsules. This proprietary blend contains at least two billion cells of the patented probiotic BC30, a powerful strain of probiotics or “healthy” bacteria that can help regulate your digestive tract and Digestive Advantage Daily Probiotic Capsules, Dietary Supplement, 30 CountBuy Now on Amazon.comBuy for $10.79 brand new
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3 Responses to Digestive Advantage Daily Probiotic Capsules, Diet

  1. Loren w Christensen

    I have had digestive and intestinal issue for years. Part of it I inherited from my parents and part I got from drinking a coca cola spiked with acid, thanks to the Viet Cong in Vietnam. Both have caused life-long suffering. I tried every possible diet combination and so-called digestives but still I had problems.

    I’ve been taking Sustenex daily for about three weeks now and I’ve noticed a remarkable reduction of bloating, pain, and unpleasant mornings in the bathroom. Right now I could almost star in a TV commercial: a big smiling face, two thumbs up in the air and a click of my heels. I’m not 100 percent, but maybe 90.

    I just signed up with Amazon to get it sent to me automatically every month.

    Try it.

  2. Kort "Art, Music, Book & Movie Enthusiast"

    Let me preface this by saying that I am a firm believer in probiotics and regularly take kefir and enhanced yogurt as a part of my daily diet. So when I got my 30 day supply, I really didn’t notice a difference. All I can say is that I feel good, have not been sick (everyone in my office has had colds) and everything seems to be working fine down there. I will say that I’ve been slightly more gassy after starting with the Sustenex supplements, but I can’t say for sure they are the cause — though I suspect they may be.

    So let me just focus on the pro’s here:

    1. Convenience – it is easier to take a capsule than eat a container of yogurt. No refrigeration needed.
    2. Calories – 0 vs. the 150 calories in 8oz of plain yogurt.
    3. Sugar Free – Even plain yogurt has sugar, this doesn’t.
    4. Right kind of bacteria — many yogurts don’t have the proper mix of bacteria to promote intestinal health.
    5. Targeted – the probiotics make it to the…

  3. Meryl K. Evans "Content Maven behind meryl.net"

    I’ve eaten yogurt and cottage cheese made with probiotics, so when Amazon Vine offered a sample to try — I signed up. I was interested in seeing how the pill would work in comparison since it means no extra calories when you’re not in the mood for yogurt or cottage cheese (some of the probiotic yogurt products taste terrible, but Dannon Activia vanilla is tasty).

    Sadly, I didn’t experience anything different. Based on research, it sounds like probiotics are hit or miss. They work great for some and don’t for others.

    For those who do benefit from probiotics — the pill form has an advantage over yogurt in that it has more probiotics (how much should we even have?), does not require refrigeration, 0 calories, and cheaper. Amazon sells a 30 day supply for $14.99. Comparable pricing for yogurt depends on your geographical location and store. It’s about $3.85 for four days’ worth of yogurt. The pills are easily cheaper.