Importance of a Probiotic
Probiotics are natural microorganisms that colonize your digestive system. They are found in a variety of the foods we eat, most commonly yogurt and other dairy products. A quality supplement provides what foods cannot, a hand-selected choice of strains and organisms to help you maintain a proper probiotic regimen.
Top Probiotic Food Sources
Made from milk that has been fermented by bacteria, mainly lactic acid and bifidobacterial.
A fermented probiotic milk drink made by adding kefir grains to cow’s or goat’s milk.
Fermented soybean product that forms a firm patty whose flavor is earthy.
Kimchi is a fermented spicy Korean dish made with cabbage and herbal seasoning.
Miso is a Japanese seasoning traditionally made by fermenting soybeans with a fungus called koji.
Black or green tea drink fermented in bacteria and yeast.
Lindberg Probiotic Features
- Probiotic Blend (171 mg)
- Inulin (Prebiotic)
- 60 Billion Active Organisms
Lindberg® Probiotic is the ultimate probiotic, containing over 60 billion active organisms from 14 key probiotic strains (including the naturally-occurring metabolic product produced by Lactobacilli) at the time of manufacture! Also included is 100 mg of Inulin, a soluble prebiotic fiber that helps feed the friendly flora in your digestive system. Collectively, this optimal blend of probiotic and prebiotic works for optimal nutritional support!