Free Shipping on Orders $50+
Need Help? 1-800-644-8327      |   APPLY WEBCODE  
CHECKOUT Return To Cart  
Home |  Probiotics

Probiotic & Gut Supplements

Probiotics are all the rage now. They’ve been front and center for digestive health and their popularity continues to grow, now especially for a strong immune system. Chances are, probiotic supplements may be right for you too.

What are probiotics?

Probiotics are good-for-you bacteria that benefit your health and especially your digestive tract. Your body contains both good and bad bacteria which can become unbalanced due to certain medications or health issues, leading to bloat, gas and digestive upset. Probiotics are live microorganisms that rebalance or restore healthy gut flora. Probiotics, which are the same or similar to microorganisms found naturally in our bodies, can be found in foods, supplements, and even beauty products.

How to Restore Healthy Gut Flora

Getting probiotics through food and drink is probably most beneficial, but if extra support is needed, you can use a probiotics supplement. Here are some of the best probiotic foods for restoring gut flora.

  • Yogurt – Look for whole fat, organic or grass-fed yogurt with live, active cultures. These are loaded with good bacteria, mainly lactic acid and a strain called bifidobacteria. Avoid the sugary kinds which have little to no benefit.
  • Kefir – Helps ease bloating and gas caused by dairy. It’s made by adding kefir grains, which are cultures of lactic acid bacteria and yeast, to milk.
  • Tempeh – This high-protein, meat-like soybean product promotes mineral absorption. It also delivers B-12.
  • Sauerkraut – This finely shredded, fermented cabbage is chock-full of bacteria to boost immune system and gut flora. It’s also high in fiber and Vitamins B, C, and K. Look for unpasteurized sauerkraut with live, active bacteria available online.
  • Miso – This Japanese seasoning made with soybeans, salt and a type of fungus, stimulates the digestive system and supports immune system health.
  • Traditional buttermilk – Not to be confused with the cultured buttermilk commonly found in American grocery stores, traditional buttermilk delivers a range of probiotics along with Vitamin B-12, calcium and more.
  • Fermented cheeses – Only certain types of cheese contain good bacteria including gouda, cheddar, cottage, swiss and parmesan. Cheese is also nutritious and benefits bone health as well.

Probiotics Supplements

Botanic Choice offers several great probiotic nutritional supplements to reintroduce healthy flora to your digestive system to keep your system "right as rain". Probiotic Advanced Essentials™, Probiotic Supreme™ with Bio-tract™ and Acidophilus Plus™ are formulated with high-quality ingredients to deliver billions of those "friendly" bacteria effectively.

If you’re thinking of adding probiotics to your diet, talk with your doctor to make sure they’re right for you. If you do proceed, look for live cultures and check expiration dates. You might also want to keep a probiotics diary to note any changes you experience.

Probiotic Health Resources:

Popular Probiotic Strains and What They Do

Go With Your Gut – Support Your Immune System with Probiotics

Everyday Foods to Improve Digestion

Learn More
11 Products
  Filters Products    
Probiotic Advanced Essentials™
30 tablets
12.5 Billion Colonies + Prebiotic
MSRP 40.00
$24.00
Probiotic Supreme™
30 Caplets
1 Billion Friendly Bacteria
MSRP 18.00
$5.99
Probiotic Supreme™
60 caplets
1 Billion Friendly Bacteria
MSRP 34.00
$19.99
Probiotic Advanced Essentials™
60 tablets
12.5 Billion Colonies + Prebiotic
MSRP 78.00
$32.89
Now Foods
Prebiotic Fiber W/ Fibersol® Powder
12 oz
Hunger Management*
MSRP 19.99
$17.00
Now Foods
Acidophilus Two Billion
100 Veg Capsules
Healthy Intestinal Flora*
Out Of Stock
Rainbow Light
Probiolicious™ Probiotic Gummies
Clinically Researched Support
MSRP
$26.99
Acidophilus Plus™
60 capsules
Aids Digestion & Intestinal Health
MSRP 12.00
$8.00
Acidophilus
90 capsules
Helps Maintain Intestinal Health
MSRP 9.00
$6.00
Now Foods
Probiotic-10™ 25 Billion
50 Vegetarian Capsules
Healthy Intestinal Flora*
MSRP 29.99
$20.00
Now Foods - Probiotic-10™ 100 Billion
30 Veg Capsules
100 Billion Live Organisms
Out Of Stock

Probiotics are all the rage now. They’ve been front and center for digestive health and their popularity continues to grow, now especially for a strong immune system. Chances are, probiotic supplements may be right for you too.

What are probiotics?

Probiotics are good-for-you bacteria that benefit your health and especially your digestive tract. Your body contains both good and bad bacteria which can become unbalanced due to certain medications or health issues, leading to bloat, gas and digestive upset. Probiotics are live microorganisms that rebalance or restore healthy gut flora. Probiotics, which are the same or similar to microorganisms found naturally in our bodies, can be found in foods, supplements, and even beauty products.

How to Restore Healthy Gut Flora

Getting probiotics through food and drink is probably most beneficial, but if extra support is needed, you can use a probiotics supplement. Here are some of the best probiotic foods for restoring gut flora.

  • Yogurt – Look for whole fat, organic or grass-fed yogurt with live, active cultures. These are loaded with good bacteria, mainly lactic acid and a strain called bifidobacteria. Avoid the sugary kinds which have little to no benefit.
  • Kefir – Helps ease bloating and gas caused by dairy. It’s made by adding kefir grains, which are cultures of lactic acid bacteria and yeast, to milk.
  • Tempeh – This high-protein, meat-like soybean product promotes mineral absorption. It also delivers B-12.
  • Sauerkraut – This finely shredded, fermented cabbage is chock-full of bacteria to boost immune system and gut flora. It’s also high in fiber and Vitamins B, C, and K. Look for unpasteurized sauerkraut with live, active bacteria available online.
  • Miso – This Japanese seasoning made with soybeans, salt and a type of fungus, stimulates the digestive system and supports immune system health.
  • Traditional buttermilk – Not to be confused with the cultured buttermilk commonly found in American grocery stores, traditional buttermilk delivers a range of probiotics along with Vitamin B-12, calcium and more.
  • Fermented cheeses – Only certain types of cheese contain good bacteria including gouda, cheddar, cottage, swiss and parmesan. Cheese is also nutritious and benefits bone health as well.

Probiotics Supplements

Botanic Choice offers several great probiotic nutritional supplements to reintroduce healthy flora to your digestive system to keep your system "right as rain". Probiotic Advanced Essentials™, Probiotic Supreme™ with Bio-tract™ and Acidophilus Plus™ are formulated with high-quality ingredients to deliver billions of those "friendly" bacteria effectively.

If you’re thinking of adding probiotics to your diet, talk with your doctor to make sure they’re right for you. If you do proceed, look for live cultures and check expiration dates. You might also want to keep a probiotics diary to note any changes you experience.

Probiotic Health Resources:

Popular Probiotic Strains and What They Do

Go With Your Gut – Support Your Immune System with Probiotics

Everyday Foods to Improve Digestion

Related Products

View All