- Lose weight and boost a sluggish metabolism.
- Gain energy, sleep better, feel great!
- Probiotics are imperative to health and fighting off disease.
- Improve your digestion guaranteed!
- Provides the right probiotic strains in the recommended doses for digestive health.
- Research studies suggest that probiotics help boost your immune system and fight infection and disease.
- Each capsule contains only non-GMO, natural ingredients.
- Certified quality. Vita-Web products are produced in an FDA-approved facility and certified Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). Your purchase has met strict quality and safety standards.
- Backed by our responsive and knowledgeable U.S.A.-based customer support and 90-day money back guarantee.
Item #: GH-811
Availability: In Stock
Bottle Size: 30 capsules per bottle
Serving: 1 capsule per day
Dosage: Over 10 billion CFU per serving
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What are Probiotics?
There is a saying that death begins in the colon because if the environment in your colon is not healthy disease typically follows. One hundred trillion bacteria live inside you. A healthy person’s colon will be about 85% “good” bacteria and 15% bad. The problem is the Standard American Diet (SAD), medications like antibiotics, toxins, food allergens, stress and other factors can throw that balance way off. That is where diseases like cancers, neurological disorders, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, eczema, acne, psoriasis, and chronic inflammation can start. Probiotics work by introducing good bacteria to the colon and crowding out the bad, to achieve a healthy balance.
Your body produces over 500 organisms in your digestive tract, alone. Probiotics work with these organisms to keep you healthy. Our all natural Probiotic Formula can help introduce the good bacteria that your body might need. It can help improve your digestive health and your overall immune system. Probiotics have also been proven in studies to reduce the pain experiences with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and to help keep your bowels regulated.
Too much bad bacteria can cause: anxiety, depression, mood swings, insomnia, poor memory, brain fog, muscle aches, joint pain, eczema, psoriasis, skin itching, heart palpitations, bloating, gas, cramping, constipation, diarrhea, frequent urination, Candida, bad breath, frequent colds, and an overall weakened immune system.
Probiotics for Weight Loss and Digestive Health
A Safe Source of Probiotics
Vita-Web’s Probiotic is produced in a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved facility in the U.S.A. that is also certified Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). Our strict standards mean you get a safe, quality product.
The Best Probiotic Supplement Ingredients
Vita-Web uses only pure and natural ingredients, extracted from non-GMO trusted sources. We quality assure not only each batch, but each ingredient in that batch, ensuring you get only the highest quality product.
What Makes Vita-Web’s Probiotic Different?
Aside from our certified manufacturing process, strict quality assurance, the purest natural products, 90-day guarantee, and caring and knowledgeable customer service, Vita-Web is also affordable!
Consult your doctor before taking a probiotic if you have an underlying medical condition, such as an autoimmune disease.
- Probiotic Bacteria Organisms
- Bacillus Subtillus: helps fight infections and traveler’s diarrhea
- L. Rhamnosus: one of the most well-documented strains for women’s health. Fights yeast growth.
- L. Casei
- B. Longum
- L. Acidophilus: helps fight inflammation and prevent diarrhea
- L. Pantarum: helps fight bad bacteria that inflame lining of the stomach
- B. Breve
- Other ingredients: Vegetable Cellulose, Magnesium Sterate and Stearic Acid
As a dietary supplement take one capsule daily with food.
Some people may experience gas or bloating when starting a probiotic. This is often temporary.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
CUSTOMER QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q: Who should take probiotic supplements?
A: Probiotics are good for your overall health and help you live good life. If you feel bloated or have trouble with weight loss, Probiotics can help you, but you might need a good cleansing of your digestive system. Probiotics can also help with digestive tract diseases, boost your immune system, help manage irritable bowel syndrome and diarrhea, they can also help with vaginal infections, skin conditions and oral health. If you suffer from any of these conditions ask your doctor before taking probiotics.
Q: Why would I want to take a pill full of bacteria?!?!
A: Now I know you may be thinking, “Why would I willingly want to put bacteria into my body?” All bacteria are not bad. In fact, your body needs this bacteria to team with the naturally grown organisms in our body to fight off the bad stuff and ward of diseases.
Q: Are probiotic supplements better for my health than yogurt?
A: Both are actively good for your overall health, but probiotic capsules have the added benefit of not having the calories and sugar that most yogurts contain. Besides, people who can’t consume yogurt and other foods which contain probiotics have realized that the probiotics found in pills or capsules are the perfect supplement to add and maintain good bacteria in their bodies.
Q: Are there any side effects from taking probiotic supplement pills?
A: It is important to highlight that, just as with any other diet supplement, there is an adjustment period your body will have to go through in order to restore the natural balance of things inside you; in this case, we’re talking about restoring the natural pH balance in your colon flora. During this period, you may experience what could be considered “digestive issues” such as gas or mild bloating, but you must remember that this is merely a transitory stage for your body to be back on track to better health.
However, if you have recently been on antibiotic treatment, or your body’s defenses are low (decreased immune system response), you should consult your attending physician to determine whether it’s safe for you to take probiotic supplements.
Q: Are probiotic supplements safe to take during pregnancy or breastfeeding?
A: Yes, they are. Usually in the form of yogurt or supplements, probiotics can benefit the overall digestion process, thus preventing health complications. Probiotic supplements are known to help with two very common issues during pregnancy such as constipation and diarrhea. When it comes to breastfeeding, there is no evidence of systemic absorption of the probiotic Lactobacillus Reuteri by lactating mothers so it is perfectly safe to consume our Probiotic Supplement. If you have any more specific questions, it is recommended you address them with your doctor.
Q: What are some foods with natural probiotics?
A: Among the top ones we can list, there’s yogurt, sauerkraut (fermented cabbage), sour pickles, some kinds of soft cheese (Gouda, Swiss or cheddar), Kefir, Miso soup, sourdough bread and Ginger Ale (or Ginger beer). The twist is: some, if not many, of these options may give you heartburn or an upset stomach. Wouldn’t you like to enjoy all the wonders of probiotics without having to deal with stomach discomfort, nausea, even vomiting?
The answer is in our Probiotic Formula, containing L. Rhamnosus, Bacillus Subtillus, L. Acidophillus and more beneficial probiotics which can help you restore the flora in your digestive system and nurture all the “good bacteria” that will enable your organism to function in harmony.
Q: Do probiotic supplements expire?
A: Probiotics are living micro-organisms and will eventually die; each probiotic pill bottle contains its own expiration date.
Q: Is there an expiration date on the bottle?
A: Vita-Web lists the date of manufacture and the expiration at the bottom of each bottle.
Q: Can probiotics help you lose weight?
A: Not directly as it is designed to create a healthy amount of flora in your system. However, with your digestive system working correctly, healthy weight loss should be easier for you to attain.
Q: Are the pills easy to swallow?
A: Yes, the capsules are easy to swallow.
Q: Can children with Autism benefit from probiotics?
A: The benefits of probiotics in children are the same whether they are Autistic or not.
Q: What are CFUs? How many do I need for good digestive health?
A: CFU stands for Colony Forming Unit. It is the unit in which good bacteria and yeasts are measured. It is recommended to have at least 10 billion CFUs in your system for good digestive health.
Q: Are probiotics safe for children?
A: Studies have shown that there are benefits to children taking probiotics; however, it also states that more testing is needed before a full-on review on the topic can be made. Remember to always check with your child’s pediatrician before incorporating a probiotic supplement in your son/daughter’s diet.
Q: What are probiotics used for?
A: Mostly to prevent stomach or digestive distress (diarrhea, cramps, vomiting, gas) when taking antibiotics. Since antibiotics kill the beneficial bacteria along with the one causing the illness that is being treated, there can be an upset in the digestive balance causing digestive problems. By taking probiotics, you will help replace the good bacteria that was lost and help prevent complex digestive issues, such as diarrhea.
A decrease in beneficial bacteria can lead to other problems and infections, such as vaginal yeast and urinary tract infections, and other intestinal illnesses.
Q: Should I take a single or multi-strain probiotic?
A: Multi-strain probiotics appear to show greater efficacy than single strains according to this study.
Q: 80% of the immune system is in the gut? Really?
A: The number is closer to 70% according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. What we eat may have an effect on the body’s immune response, which means that it’s very important to replenish the good bacteria in our digestive system in order to keep it functioning at full efficacy.
Q: A friend said this is how to get rid of belly bloat. How so?
A: Probiotics can be a wonderful aid in balancing your intestinal flora and controlling the bloating sensation. This depends, however, on WHAT is causing the “belly bloat.” It may be beyond probiotic supplements to balance the good bacteria in your system; sometimes what you need is a complete cleanse.
Q: Is this made in the U.S.A.?
A: Yes, Vita-Web is a U.S.A. company and all products are safely manufactured in the U.S.A.
Q: Do probiotics help with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)?
A: Yes. There was significant improvement in nine trials with 772 patients when treating IBS symptoms.
Q: It was suggested I take probiotics when traveling abroad. What if there is no refrigerator to store them?
A: Things like moisture, exposure to heat, and oxygen can impact the survival of probiotics, so it’s important to either refrigerate them or keep them in a dry, cool place. It’s also important to choose a probiotic with a listed date of manufacture and expiration date, like Vita-Web’s. A word of advice, if possible, take a little cooler with you!
Q: Can I take probiotics with antibiotics?
A: Most antibiotic treatments are aggressive on intestinal flora, killing beneficial bacteria along with whatever ongoing infection or virus is in your body. This can lead to discomfort, intestinal cramping and diarrhea. For this reason, many people take probiotics with antibiotics, but talk to your doctor first. It’s best to not take your antibiotic and probiotic at the same time, but space them a few hours apart. Continuing a probiotic after antibiotics gives you an advantage because it can help restore the good bacteria in your intestines.
Q: Are probiotics good for you?
A: YES! Probiotics are “good” bacteria that fight off bad bacteria in your colon. It’s important to keep a healthy balance because the colon is where many diseases start. Probiotics help to keep your immune system strong and balance the pH level of your colon. They produce vitamin B and K, plus Folic Acid and Biotin. During digestion, probiotics help to break down proteins and assist with bowel transit time. They break down toxins and have anti-fungal and antiviral properties.
Q: Can probiotics prevent the flu?
A: Probiotics help keep your immune system strong and have antiviral properties.
Q: Can I find this good bacteria in food?
A: Yes, you could eat different types of foods for different strains of good bacteria. Of course you may have to eat some foods you don’t care for or that give you an upset stomach. Another benefit of taking a probiotic pill over relying only foods such as yogurts with live and active cultures is the sugars and calories you’ll spare your body. Plus, come on, a pill is easier to stomach than downing sauerkraut followed by yogurt and other fermented foods.
Q: Do probiotics help with infection?
A: Research shows that the strains in our probiotic have antifungal and antiviral properties and help with yeast and urine infections.
Q: Are probiotics pennicillin-based?
A: No. Penicillin is classified as an antibiotic, thus it will kill the probiotic bacteria.
Q: Will this help with traveler’s diarrhea?
A: The Bacillus Subtillis strain in our probiotic may help prevent traveler’s diarrhea. None of our participants traveled abroad during testing, so none reported whether it helped with this or not.
Q: Can this help with constipation?
A: Studies indicate that probiotics help with constipation and bowel transit time.
Q: Do probiotics cause gas?
A: None of our participants reported gas. On the contrary, it was reported to get rid of gas.
Q: I have GERD and my doctor suggested adding a probiotic to my reflux medication. Will this help?
A: Studies show it should, and it is suggested that probiotics are great help with GERD and upset stomach. Certain strains of beneficial bacteria, like L. Plantarum and Lactobacillus found in our probiotic supplement, were found in a limited study to fight the bacteria that inflames the lining of the stomach.
Q: Is this the same as feminine probiotic products?
A: Certain strains of good bacteria are good for fighting off specific bad bacteria. Strains that help to keep the reproductive system healthy and fight yeast infections are often in probiotics labeled as women’s health or feminine probiotics. Ours contains one of the most widely studied probiotics for women’s health which fights the growth of yeast.
Q: My doctor suggested I go on probiotics for recurrent yeast infections. What bacteria strain would be best?
A: Lactobacillus rhamnosus, found in our probiotic, is one of the most well documented probiotic strains for women’s health and found in reproductive systems of healthy women. This healthy bacteria helps fight bad bacteria and prevent yeast. Used to help with yeast and urine infections.
Q: Do probiotics cause irregular periods?
A: No. Periods are controlled by hormones and probiotic supplements don’t have power to mess with your hormones. Probiotics are good for women’s health because they may help fight off vaginal infections and could potentially protect the reproductive system from infection.
Q: Probiotics and prebiotics. What’s the difference?
A: They are NOT the same. Probiotics are live bacteria, whereas prebiotics are plant fibers that nourish the good bacteria already in the colon. So, the difference is PROBIOTICS are the good bacteria and PREBIOTICS are the food to nourish them.
Q: Are probiotics safe during pregnancy?
A: Not only are they safe, they can be very helpful during pregnancy as pregnant women often suffer through heartburn, cramping, diarrhea, or constipation among other digestive issues.
Q: Do probiotics work for eczema?
A: Studies have found that the strains found in Vita-Web’s probiotic may help reduce the incidence of eczema and skin sensitivity in children. Consult your doctor before giving your children probiotics.
Q: Does this make people nauseous?
A: There have been no reports of people feeling nauseous when taking probiotics.
Q: Can you have too many probiotics?
A: As with anything, there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. If you experience gas or bloating, you probably took too much and you should reduce your daily intake. In life, everything must be taken in moderation, so don’t take more than the recommended dosage and you will be alright.
Q: Can probiotics cause diarrhea?
A: Probiotics are used to help prevent and stop diarrhea. It is suggested you take a probiotic at the onset of diarrhea, but also to consult your doctor.
In terms of antibiotic induced diarrhea and intestinal cramping, studies have found that Lactobacillus Acidophilus, found in Vita-Web’s probiotic, may have helped to reduce the incidence of diarrhea when taking Ampicillin. The Bacillus Subtillus strain in our probiotic may help prevent traveler’s diarrhea.
Q: Are probiotics good on an empty stomach? What is the best time to take probiotic supplements?
A: It’s always best to take these tablets with a good meal and plenty of water; it’s also recommended to take them at the same time each day.
Q: Can this help with Candida overgrowth?
A: Yes, some strains of probiotics were studied and found to reduce the overgrowth of Candida. A primary strain was Bacillus Subtillus, found in our Probiotic Formula.
Q: How effective are probiotics?
A: They are very effective in many independent tests conducted including studies from the Harvard Medical School. There is also information on the health benefits and effectiveness of probiotics at the official USProbiotics website.
Q: Can probiotics repair damaged cells?
A: There are no studies to support this. It has been suggested that probiotics can reverse the damage caused by overuse of antibiotics, but there is no proof to support this claim either at this time.
Q: How can probiotics help joints and inflammation?
A: Acidophilus, a good bacteria strain found in our probiotic, may help fight inflammation in joints.