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Anyone Taken GutPro probiotic?

Answered on March 03, 2014
Created April 03, 2013 at 11:15 PM

Has anyone tried Gutpro probiotic? link text

I am trying to find one to take on the GAPS diet, and dont like the additives Bio-Kult has (Maltodextrin is derived from corn.. bad)

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on April 04, 2013
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i also take prescript assist and love it. i've had no bad reactions to iy at all.

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on March 03, 2014
at 09:07 PM

I just started using Gutpro and can tell my body loves it. I am extremely sensitive to pesticides so it makes sense that I'm responding so well. An extra perk is that even though the initial cost is a lot, it will last 10 times as long as a box of biokult.

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on August 09, 2013
at 06:54 PM

I have never tried it either, I also like prescript assist and am going to try primal defense soon I think. Here is some more info on prescript assist and soil based organisms:

http://www.thebarefootgolfer.com/2013/03/22/soil-based-organisms-a-superior-probiotic/

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on July 26, 2013
at 01:10 PM

BIO-KULT all the way! Udo's are very good too. I've tried symprove, the plain one, but didn't like a few of the ingredients and never found it to be anything near as effective as bio-kult. regarding the corn maltodextrin, this comes straight from the horse's mouth over at protexin: "You are right that Bio-Kult does not contain maltodextrin, although it used to, but we changed it a few years ago to the cellulose base."

Natasha Campbell-McBride formulated them, so i trust them and i find her very fair in that she doesn't say they are the only ones to use, and she doesn't push them on people. unlike me, i tell everyone. mostly people come back and tell me they can't believe the good time they are having with these probiotics.

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on July 25, 2013
at 10:34 PM

I have been taking the Syontix pre- and probiotics and it has really helped me recover from a severe gut dysbiosis (after a e.coli infection in asia + way too much antibiotics). It has worked much better than all others. Website is syontix.com

Have not tried soil-based but I'd like to, unfortunately the prescript assist is really expensive.

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on April 04, 2013
at 04:10 AM

I've never taken Gutpro, but the ingredients look pretty good. I'm a big fan of Prescript Assist. It's a soil-based prebiotic and probiotic blend, so it's safe for people with dairy sensitivity, but is all-natural and additive-free. It has been recommended by a lot of people on the gaps diet. There's a lot of debate over lacto bacillus vs soil based probiotics, and right now, the win seems to be going to the soil based.

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on April 04, 2013
at 04:36 AM

i also take prescript assist and love it. i've had no bad reactions to iy at all.

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