Frequently Asked Questions - Digestion
You can expect an improvement in your digestion. ProBiotein promotes a healthier GI tract, which helps to shorten and thereby improve transit time. Digested material should spend less time in your system and so there should be less chance for pathogens to do harm. It generally takes 2 to 3 days to notice the improvement.
While antibiotics are good at killing pathogenic organisms, they can also kill the good probiotic bacteria in your gut. But the 4 Prebiotic Fibers in ProBiotein feed your beneficial bacteria, and help their numbers to flourish, so you can stay stronger and recover faster.
You should always consult with your physician regarding medications. Since ProBiotein is made from 4 grains, it's basically just food. So if you can eat grains while on your medication, you should be able take ProBiotein. It does contain some gluten, so the .1% to 1% of people with Celiac disease should be aware of that.
Most people using ProBiotein have no side effects. It has gluten at a level of 1/30 of 1 percent (332 ppm), which may effect those with Celiac disease. If digestive issues are a concern, start with 1/2 tsp twice a day as directed, and gradually work up to the full adult dose of 1 1/2 tsp twice a day (or 1 Tbsp once a day). And as your probiotic bacteria begin to flourish your digestion should improve.
ProBiotein includes 4 types of digestive enzymes. Amylolytic for digesting starches and sugars, fibrolytic for digesting fibers, proteolytic for digesting proteins and phospholytic for digesting minerals. These can work with your digestive system's built-in digestive enzymes to help improve your digestion and help strengthen your immune system.