ICYMI: We conducted two in-vitro gut model studies for Synbiotic+—and the results were major. Check them out.
Shopping for a high-quality probiotic supplement can be tougher than it seems. There’s a lot of noise out there, which makes the selection process all the more tricky. As skeptics, we know how it goes—so we tapped our renowned Scientific Team and asked them what key properties to look for in a gut support formula—or, put another way, how they determine whether or not a probiotic supplement is worth the jump. Here’s what they came back with.*
If you’re taking a probiotic supplement, your chief concern is probably whether or not it’s doing its job, no? One way to ease the mental burden is to reach for a formula that contains clinically-studied strains at clinically-studied dosages. Both are important markers of a product’s quality and thoroughness. By shopping from brands that invest the time—and money—required to ensure that each biotic has a clinical study matched to the dose (hi, Synbiotic+), you can temper that inner voice wondering, “Wait a second… Is this even working?”*
Sure, you may be familiar with the benefits of probiotics when it comes to supporting gut health. But did you know they only paint part of the picture? Postbiotics—aka bioactive compounds produced by food-grade microorganisms during a fermentation process—are another important element, which is why it’s interesting that the top 5 selling products from the top 5 probiotic brands don’t contain any.† Synbiotic+, on the other hand, is formulated with a postbiotic—specifically tributyrin, a source of butyrate (which studies show is the primary energy source for the cells that line the colon).* (1,2)
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†Based on the top 5 selling products from the top 5 probiotic supplement brand by 2019 retail sales