Hyperbiotics Pro-15 is a popular probiotic supplement and a best seller on Amazon.com. It has also received much praise from satisfied customers. Therefore, a Hyperbiotics Pro review seemed just right.
This is an updated review to check Hyperbiotics manufacturing principles, composition, choice of bacteria and how the supplement works overall. I also included comments on the Hyperbiotics Pro series.
Hyperbiotics Pro-15 features
Here are the main point:
- Each pearl contains 5 billion CFU delivered through a patented delivery system to ensure that bacteria are protected and delivered live through the harsh stomach environment.
- They’ve packed 15 bacteria strains of three major types into a very small pearl. The body loves diversity!
- Uses time release.
- The pills are really small and easy to swallow.
- They use LiveBac® technology to ensure shelf-life stability which might make refrigeration unnecessary.
- Their homepage has a decent amount of information about manufacturing, production, goals and who they are. It all looks reliable.
What about cost?
The regular bottle with 60 capsules sells for $25 which is a competitive price. And you get much for the money.
- 15 strains of well-researched bacteria
- Hyperbiotics homepage offers plenty
- Backed by sound research
- Many satisfied customers
- The pills are natural
Highly recommended! This is a great supplement that should cover the needs of most people. Hyperbiotics has become a trusted brand, offering a range of good quality products. In addition, many satisfied customers add much trust.
How to take
Take the pills on an empty stomach. Since Hyperbiotics uses a time-release, some prefer taking it in the morning to allow for the bacteria to be released into the gut during the day. However, I think that taking the pill at any time will most likely bring similar benefits.
The recommended serving is one pill per day. But as with most supplements, adjust the dose according to your gut feeling. Taking 3-7 pills per day would not be a problem. Or try Hyperbiotics Advanced Strength below.
Other Hyperbiotics supplements
Hyperbiotics offers a range of probiotic supplements. Here’s a brief overview and review:
Hyperbiotics PRO-Women. Check Price Contains six probiotic bacteria strains and cranberry extract to combat urinary tract or bladder infections,
Hyperbiotics PRO-15 Advanced Strength. Check Price Contains 15 billion CFU, three times more than the standard Pro-15. However, a lab test revealed that it actually contains twice the amount stated on the label. That’s very generous! It also contains kiwi extract high in natural enzymes like actinidin that promotes good digestion.
Hyperbiotics PRO Dental. Check Price An interesting supplement. Three billion CFU including S. salivarus M18, S. salivarus K12. (Study M18. Study K12.) Aims to benefit dental health and prevent tooth decay.
Hyperbiotics PRO-Immune. Check Price Contains 4 billion CFU, 5 bacteria strains and EpiCor, a whole food yeast fermentate for the immune system.
Hyperbiotics PRO Kids. Check Price Contains 3 billion CFU in each pill. The pills are 50% smaller than Hyperbiotics Pro-15. Pro Kids is recommended for children from age 4 and up. Hyperbiotics Pro Kids uses four probiotic bacteria strains, L. plantarum, L. acidophilus, B. infantis, B. lactis.
It contains probiotic bacteria of three main types. Nine Lactobacillus (L) strains, four Bifido (B) strains, and one Streptococcus (S) strain.
Hyperbiotics Pro-15 composition
Below is a summary of the different bacteria used in Hyperbiotics supplements.
|L.acidophilus||The most commonly used probiotic bacteria. Creates lactic acid and hydrogen peroxide. Used to milden effects of antibiotics, alleviate constipation, diarrhea, IBS, and inflammation. Can reduce cholesterol levels, and gastrointestinal discomfort.|
|L.casei||Converts lactose into lactic acid; promotes growth of beneficial gut bacteria.|
|L.fermentum||Antimicrobial, prevents growth of harmful microorganisms; stimulates immune system.|
|L.gasseri||Able to break down oxalate that causes kidney stones. Resides in different parts of the body where it produces hydrogen peroxide, a strong antioxidant.|
|L.paracasei||Used to treat diarrhea in infants, pollen allergies and chronic fatigue syndrome.|
|L.plantarum||Found in fermented foods as kimchi, sauerkraut and fermented vegetables. It creates a barrier in the colon that keeps harmful microorganisms from penetrating the lining and entering the blood stream. Producer of hydrogen peroxide, a powerful antibacterial substance.|
|L.reuteri||Found in breast milk and transferred to the baby. Effective for rotavirus-induced diarrhea, gut infections, colic, for controlling H. pylori and E. coli, candida, and possibly parasites.|
|L.rhamnosus||Often used for diarrhea and bacterial food poisoning. Promotes destruction of harmful bacteria, stimulates the body to manufacture natural antibiotic substances.|
|L.salivarus||Promotes oral and intestinal health by suppressing harmful bacteria. Able to deal with wide spectrum of harmful organisms in the gut. Used to alleviate flatulence from IBS.|
|B.breve||Shortage of this bacterium is associated with diarrhea, gas, and IBS. Ferments sugars and produces lactic acid, acetic acid, both with a number of health benefits. Able to break down fibers considered non-digestible.|
|B.bifidum||Aids in the synthesis of B-complex vitamins and vitamin K2. Effective for diarrhea caused by antibiotics.|
|B.infantis||Produces thiamine, nicotinic acid, B12, biotin, and folic acid. Involved in reducing symptoms of gastrointestinal disorders, diarrhea, flatulence, bloating, cramping and constipation. Promotes digestion assimilation of nutrients.|
|B.lactis||Assists in decreasing Helicobacter pylori in the gut, thereby reducing gastritis, abdominal pain, nausea, and bloating. Active in the front line of immune system.|
|B.longum||Breaks down carbs, fights free radicals. Has the amazing ability to regulate mood and relieve anxiety by transmitting signals to the brain.|
|S.thermophiles||Found in yogurt and other fermented milk products. Assists in digesting dairy products, maintaining a normal intestinal flora.|