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Wholebiotics

Increase the friendly bacteria in your gut and lose weight.

BACKGROUND Start the Diet Now Advertisement

Wholebiotics is a probiotic supplement that promises to help you lose weight and increase the good digestive flora in your intestinal tract. Recent research has promoted consuming more foods that contain live active cultures that promote healthy bacteria in order to keep our immune system and digestive system working at its best. When you are unable to get live active cultures in foods, for instance for people who have dairy allergies, a supplement is an effective alternative.

In addition to keeping your gut healthy, Wholebiotics also helps boost your energy, prevent new allergies from developing and lose weight.

PRO
  • Probiotic-containing foods or supplements should be a part of a healthy diet
  • Probiotics have been linked to promoting digestion and boosting the immune system
  • Probiotic supplements are a convenient way to get the benefits of live bacteria cultures
CON
  • Product's health claims are exaggerated
  • Automatically enrolls you in auto-shipment program after registered for "free" trial offer
  • Product does not say if contains live active cultures
INGREDIENTS

Wholebiotics contains Bifidobacterium bifidum, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus casei, and Lactobacillus acidophilus.

ADMINISTRATION

You should follow the dosage instructions on the product's label.

DIET and EXERCISE

There are no additional diet or exercise guidelines to adhere to while taking Wholebiotics.

CONCLUSION

WholeBiotics is one of many new products that contain friendly bacteria which has been shown to promote digestion and immune responses. But this product does not specify whether it contains live active cultures nor does not include its precise ingredient list or dosage guidelines on its website.

If you are unable to tolerate dairy, then taking a probiotic supplement is a great alternative. Start by asking your doctor for a quality supplement recommendation that contains live cultures rather than risking spending money on a product that may not contain them.

Common Misspellings

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