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Reviewers Say This Probiotic Is "Magic" For Regularity & Digestive Support

Emma Loewe
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December 16, 2022
Emma Loewe
mbg Sustainability + Health Director
By Emma Loewe
mbg Sustainability + Health Director
Emma Loewe is the Senior Sustainability Editor at mindbodygreen and the author of "Return to Nature: The New Science of How Natural Landscapes Restore Us."
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December 16, 2022

Our bodies thrive on consistency, which is why it's beneficial to have regular sleep, exercise, and, yes, bathroom schedules. Gastroenterologists agree that everyone should have at least one healthy bowel movement (here's what that looks like because we know you were wondering) every three days, and up to three a day is considered healthy. We're all unique, so there's a range of normalcy when it comes to poops.

If you and the bathroom are practically strangers, or conversely, too close of friends, there are a few things you can do to balance out the relationship.

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Getting plenty of fiber, drinking enough water, moving your body, and lowering stress levels are all expert-backed strategies for supporting digestive health. Taking a high-quality probiotic daily with strains specific to gut health can also go a long way toward building a strong, diverse gut microbiome, and healthy, regular stool in turn.

mindbodygreen's probiotic+ supplement is made with four bacterial strains that target gut health and function (B. lactis Bi-07, B. lactis B420, B. lactis HN019, and Lactobacillus acidophilus NCFM, to get technical). These strains have been clinically shown to support gut health and maintain digestive regularity—and they're getting plenty of praise in practice, too.*

Here's how taking one capsule of probiotic+ in the mornings is helping reviewers out with regularity:*

1.

5-star rating

"Since I have started taking probiotic+, I have noticed a difference in regularity. It makes all the difference when you are nearing 70 years old and you want to take a supplement that has all the benefits that other supplements can't give."*

—Susan N.

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2.

It works!

"I've tried a handful of probiotics, this one actually makes a difference, helping with regularity. Well worth the money."*

—Carrie T.

3.

Awesome probiotic

"This probiotic took only two weeks to reset my system. What a relief to have my system back on track so quickly. Thank you to mindbodygreen!"*

—Kathy L.

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4. Helping

"Regularity has improved and bloat is better. Have been using for about 3 weeks—fingers crossed on continued improvement."*

—Lisa S.

5. Best ever!

"I am so happy I found this product! It is like 'magic' for my digestive tract and I never want to be without it."*

—Mary A.

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The takeaway.

Most people will want to have healthy (and regular) bowel movements. To support regularity and improve overall gut health, probiotic+ is one option worth exploring.* Learn more about the product here.

If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking medications, consult with your doctor before starting a supplement routine. It is always optimal to consult with a health care provider when considering what supplements are right for you.
Emma Loewe
Emma Loewe
mbg Sustainability + Health Director

Emma Loewe is the Sustainability and Health Director at mindbodygreen and the author of Return to Nature: The New Science of How Natural Landscapes Restore Us. She is also the co-author of The Spirit Almanac: A Modern Guide To Ancient Self Care, which she wrote alongside Lindsay Kellner.

Emma received her B.A. in Environmental Science & Policy with a specialty in environmental communications from Duke University. In addition to penning over 1,000 mbg articles on topics from the water crisis in California to the rise of urban beekeeping, her work has appeared on Grist, Bloomberg News, Bustle, and Forbes. She's spoken about the intersection of self-care and sustainability on podcasts and live events alongside environmental thought leaders like Marci Zaroff, Gay Browne, and Summer Rayne Oakes.