Prebiotin – Prebiotic Dietary Supplement Fiber Powder – 8.5 oz – Professionally Formulated to Support Digestive Health – Balances Gut Microbiome, Boosts Your Own Probiotics & Enhances Immunity

Prebiotin – Prebiotic Dietary Supplement Fiber Powder – 8.5 oz – Professionally Formulated to Support Digestive Health – Balances Gut Microbiome, Boosts Your Own Probiotics & Enhances Immunity

Product Description
Prebiotin Prebiotic Fiber Supplement offers a full-spectrum prebiotic (Oligofructose-Enriched-Inulin, or OEI). Unlike ordinary prebiotics such as Inulin or FOS, OEI ensures that Prebiotin nourishes beneficial bacteria throughout the colon. OEI is also the most-researched prebiotic, used in many university and clinical studies. Prebiotin Prebiotic Fiber Supplement for digestive health comes in a 240 gram jar – 60 servings – with a convenient measured serving scoop. Add and stir vigorously one to two scoops daily to your favorite beverage, or sprinkle over food to receive the full benefit of recommended dosage. Prebiotin fiber prebiotic supplements are fat free, cholesterol free, sodium free, gluten free, vegetarian and low in carbohydrates. Plus, at less than 70 cents per serving, it’s far more affordable (and healthy) than a cup of morning coffee

Price: $29.99

  • Prebiotin Prebiotic Fiber supports a balanced gut microbiome, promotes healthy flora & enhances immunity
  • Full-spectrum formulation, Oligofructose-Enriched-Inulin supports the nourishment of beneficial bacteria throughout the colon
  • Supports total digestive health, brain health, cognition, heart health, bone health, bowel regularity, bulk & stool softness
  • Extra boost of healthy fiber your body needs, which can be difficult with today’s modern diet
  • All natural, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free powder conveniently mixes with any food or liquid

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  1. 78 of 81 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Take Prebiotin when you’re on probiotics to ensure that those bacterias don’t go to waste!, September 4, 2016

    By Zenzinin

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    This review is from: Prebiotin – Prebiotic Dietary Supplement Fiber Powder – 8.5 oz – Professionally Formulated to Support Digestive Health – Balances Gut Microbiome, Boosts Your Own Probiotics & Enhances Immunity (Health and Beauty)

    I started taking this product, Prebiotin, with the hopes that it will strengthen and maintain my somewhat weak digestive system. My immune system is fine; I rarely get sick with the cold or flu anymore since I started taking periodic courses of probiotics a few years ago. So, this review is mainly on my observations for the digestive system.

    My problems:
    I get diarrhea often, depending on what I eat (let’s just get that out there now..). I have a huge problem with eating beef steak or beef that isn’t 110% cooked well-done. I also fall ill from food that isn’t prepared properly in the slightest bit. Usually, it’s not a problem for most people with food that may have been sitting out for a while (like salad dressings at the buffet line) or slightly cross-contaminated food. It sounds terrible, but honestly, we all probably cross-contaminate food or undercook food on an every day basis and not have a problem with it at all because most people’s systems are healthy. However, my sensitive digestive system reacts really quickly, like within 1-3 hours, while everyone else is fine :(. I will have to be in close proximity of home or a toilet due to diarrhea. I haven’t been diagnosed, but I’m pretty sure I’ve got mild IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). At the time BEFORE I took this, I had mild food poisoning that made me so sensitive to all food that I was unwell for a whole month.

    Why I chose Prebiotin:
    I needed a source of prebiotics to accompany my probiotics. After some research, it’s said that chicory root has the most of that. However, it is almost impossible to find out where it is sold locally. Just try Googling it. You’ll find a ton of articles on how awesome chicory root is but not where it’s sold at. I’ve never seen it at Smiths or Albertsons. Have you? Therefore, I had to purchase it online in the powder form. After reading reviews, Prebiotin was a good product to start with.

    How long have I taken this product:
    I’ve taken it for exactly 28 days total. I’ve taken Prebiotin together with my probiotics for the first 21 days. Then I took Prebiotin for an additional 7 days without probiotics. Now, I’ve completely stopped and it has been another 7 days without any supplements whatsoever at the time I’m writing this review.

    What Prebiotin tastes like:
    It tastes a little like powdered creamer, the kind you put in coffee. It’s a little sweet. It tastes pretty good.

    How I take it:
    The recommended full dosage is 2 scoops (ie. 2 teaspoon) once a day. At first, you’re supposed to start small before working your way up to the full dosage. I take it once a day, since it’s said that bacteria in your gut need it every day. There’s a scoop that comes with it, which measures to be 1 teaspoon. At first, I took it in the morning by adding 1 scoop to a glass of cold almond milk or a cup of hot coffee, and I eat breakfast. Then, I started taking it in either the middle of the day or at night by dissolving it in a glass or regular cold or room-temperature water, sometimes on an empty stomach. I found that it really makes no difference whether I take this on an empty stomach or not, so I just take it at my convenience. While Prebiotin does dissolve fast, if you just pour the whole scoop in, it will clump up. So I add a little at a time while stirring with a spoon. I never got to 2 scoops because of the side-effects – more on that later.

    Does a scoop come with it?
    Yes it does! Yay! You’ll have to dig around inside the container to find it because I didn’t even know it was there until a month after I’ve been taking this product.

    Side-effects:
    I was aware of possible bloating and gas as a side-effect before I started taking it, but I didn’t realize how bad it gets for certain people. It is why now I only take Prebiotin in the middle of the day or at night so that I don’t have to worry about passing gas (aka farting lol) in public. I was reading up on chicory root inulin and Prebiotin, and someone had said something along the line of, “sadly, the people who need this the most are the people who can’t take it because of the side-effects”. That would be me. At one point, the bloating got so bad that I was hunched over in bed with a belly ache I can’t get rid of for the whole day. I couldn’t even sleep! If you’re the kind that is prone to constipation, you will probably suffer the most. So I drink plenty of water when I take this, just in case… The bloating and gas is also why I can never take more than 1 scoop a day. I tried 2 scoops as I slowly worked my way up to the full dosage… Not a great idea – anything more than 1 scoop just doesn’t work for me. HOWEVER, my wife takes this 2 scoops easy without ANY of the side-effects I mentioned. She also doesn’t have any problems with her gut or digestive system like I do. See! – The people who need this the most are the people…

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  2. 24 of 24 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Purchased this product twice and have found it to improve …, August 18, 2016

    By Sarah Sterrett

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    This review is from: Prebiotin – Prebiotic Dietary Supplement Fiber Powder – 8.5 oz – Professionally Formulated to Support Digestive Health – Balances Gut Microbiome, Boosts Your Own Probiotics & Enhances Immunity (Health and Beauty)

    Purchased this product twice and have found it to improve my GI issues. I have used it everyday for the last 12 weeks with a noticable improvement in my digestion. Though, It has not cured my lactose issues, it has surprisingly made eating a piece of cheese possible again…

  3. 28 of 29 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    READ THIS – side effects, June 26, 2017

    By CBJ Review (Columbus, OH)

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    This review is from: Prebiotin – Prebiotic Dietary Supplement Fiber Powder – 8.5 oz – Professionally Formulated to Support Digestive Health – Balances Gut Microbiome, Boosts Your Own Probiotics & Enhances Immunity (Health and Beauty)

    I have a confirmed case of guy dysbiosis. I’ve been messing around with this stuff for years, and finally discovered that not only do I need probiotics, but also prebiotics as well. I’ll spare you the details on why, you can look them up on your own.

    The day I started taking this, I felt fine. No gas, no upset stomach, nothing of the sort. The next morning, about 30 mins after waking up, I was *super* dizzy, and had some pretty bad anxiety like, “Something is wrong with me, what in the world?” It actually got to the point where I was considering yelling to my wife to come check on me while I was in the bathroom; I was heading towards a full on panic attack. I am also about 2 weeks into a ketogenic diet, so I naturally assumed it was the “Keto-flu,” and upped all my electrolytes. As the day progressed, it got a bit better, but never fully dissipated. Day 2, same thing. It was actually so bad I felt like I was going to pass out a couple times. I was driving with my son in the car and was having all these thoughts of, “What if I pass out while driving? Should I have him in the car?” Anyhow, I ruled out it wasn’t my electrolytes and started thinking it may be this product. I looked up side effects from prebiotics and didn’t find very much, however sides for probiotics were somewhat easily found. I also realized that by the mid afternoon things seemed to be getting better, then they’d start up later at night, and be pretty rough in the am. I was taking my Prebiotin with dinner. 🙂 I did not take the Prebiotin last night and I feel MUCH better/back to normal today!!

    Two things:

    1. You may wonder why I gave this product 5 stars. It’s obviously doing something, hence the side effects. The gut is very sensitive, so I’m going to wait a few days, then start with an extremely small dose and work my way up.
    2. I read reviews on every product I buy, yet very rarely write them. I wrote this review b/c I couldn’t find this side effect listed anywhere online, and frankly became a bit worried something was wrong with me. Hopefully if someone else has these symptoms, they’ll find this review and realize they’re “A ok,” they just need to use a much smaller dose.

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