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Find a probiotic that fits your needs.

Finding the right probiotic means considering more than CFU counts. Choose a probiotic with strains that are diverse, compatible and able to survive stomach acid, to encourage implantation and rapid replication in your gut.

Kyo-Dophilus Probiotics are formulated to support healthy digestive and immune systems.* Our probiotics deliver efficacy, quality and extended live cell viability, without refrigeration.

We offer a variety of formulas and potencies made with clinically proven strains to help meet your specific health needs.

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Max Probiotic

Maximum Reinforcement for Gut Health*
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Daily Probiotic

Immune health and digestive support*
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Multi 9 Probiotics

Strong gut health balance and support*
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Kids Probiotic

Promotes Regularity and Immune Health*
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Fifty+ Probiotic

Strong gut health balance and support*
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Enzyme+ Probiotic

Nutrient Digestion and Gut Health *
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Cran+ Probiotic

Urinary Tract and Bladder Health*

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FAQs

Your gut comprises about 70% of your immune system and is critical for brain function, to balance body chemistry, and for converting nutrients into a usable form the body can absorb. When your microflora (gut bacteria) is imbalanced, your health suffers. Probiotics are important for replenishing and restoring microfloral balance.

Probiotics are live microorganisms that are believed to be good for overall health, and specifically for digestive health. To help alleviate the symptoms and conditions that harmful bacteria can cause, we need to maintain our beneficial bacteria. Known as ‘friendly’ or beneficial bacteria, probiotics produce a variety of compounds, including natural lactic acids that help to inhibit the growth of the harmful bacteria, thereby preventing them from gaining a foothold and causing illness. Probiotics can be found naturally in some foods, in fermented drinks, and in supplements.

Typical dosages vary based on the product, but common dosages range from 1 to 10 billion CFUs per day for children and from 3 to 20 billion CFUs per day for adults.

Check the product and its strains for specifics but generally speaking, yes!  Probiotics are safe, effective and often recommended for children due to their role in supporting the immune system, addressing skin issues and easing digestive woes associated with antibiotic usage.

While probiotics are generally considered to be safe, you may experience some symptoms such as mild upset stomach, diarrhea or flatulence and bloating, when you first start taking supplements or increasing your intake of probiotic-rich foods. These symptoms should pass after a few days once your body gets used to the new regimen.

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