Is Probacto Probiotic Good or Bad for your candida treatment and the candida diet plan?
I’ve often heard different things about different products saying they are all ripoffs and some are true some are not. I’ve heard that coconut oil is bad from you and all fat is fat, and it’s loaded with cholesterol, many sources claiming the health benefits are a hoax, and others claiming they are real, what you have to do is the research for yourself and decide, as the seattletimes was unable to decide themselves.
So that being said there are many controversial products on the market, some we believe are good for us, and some we believe aren’t, but what we have to do is make our own educated decisions by learning everything we can about the product. So what do I think about Probacto probiotics? Well after taking them for 6 months I can say it’s probably the best health supplement I’ve ever had, it gives me more benefit than antibiotics. They use many 8 different strands of probiotics, as well as prebiotics, and a yeast killing blend., so in that sense I wouldn’t really consider it a probiotic, but it’s almost an entire intestinal supplement rather than a probiotic.
Now I heard things like it’s they use soil based organisms in their probiotics and it won’t stick to your intestinal lining, but I think of it more as a vitamin, there are other ways to restore your gut flora, but you need a constant supply. The benefits of their probiotics are proven, such as their first listed probiotic Bacillus Subtilis as seen here in the Wikipedia article. If you look at their other probiotics such as L. Helvecticus, S. Boulardii, and several other probiotics that are proven to show results.
So the question you are probably asking is Probacto probiotics bad for you? I think it really depends on your body, and I know that everybody reacts differently, but for me it’s by far the best supplement I’ve ever taken for my health. I have taken countless multivitamins, probiotics, and other supplements in my lifetime, but none showed the results that Probacto has.