Even if you don't necessarily suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), chances are your gut isn't perfect. Functional medicine doctor and scientific adviser at Thorne Robert Rountree, M.D. explains that due to the prevalence of antibiotics in our society (even in our food system!), gut issues are rampant within our population.
One way to support a healthier gut?* Take a high-quality probiotic supplement. That said, there are plethora of probiotics out there, which is why it's important to recognize the different bacterial strains, and how each one affects our bodies in different ways: "If a company doesn't know what strains of bacteria their probiotic has, I would run," Bob told me in our recent mbg podcast.
As for the supplement that mbg created with Thorne, probiotic+, it's the only probiotic in the world with four bacterial strains (B. lactis Bi-07, B. lactis Bi-420, B. lactis HN019, and L. acidophilus NCFM) supported by published evidence to beat bloating, improve digestion, and help reduce abdominal fat.*
Four targeted strains to beat bloating and help reduce abdominal fat.*
One study has shown that the bacteria can improve digestion by week two of supplementation, as well as relieve symptoms of inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS), which can help people who suffer from IBS feel comfortable in their everyday lives.*
By the third week, another published study has found that the bacterial strain can optimize the number of daily bowel movements and reduce the number of days with abdominal pain (something that even individuals who don't suffer from IBS can benefit from, in Rountree's opinion).*
Tune in to this special episode to hear firsthand how we created our probiotic+. We know we don't have to tell you how important the gut microbiome is for our overall well-being, and the right probiotic can help you keep it regular and healthy.