Recently, I received free full-sized samples of Nexabiotic probiotics by DrFormulas to test and review. DrFormulas’ Nexabiotic probiotics are available on Amazon. First, I got a bottle of the Nexabiotic Advanced Multi-Probiotics. Next, I received Nexabiotic Kids Chewable Pearls. Lastly, I got Nexabiotic Powder for infants. Since I don’t have any children, I didn’t try the chewables or powder. So for a whole week, I sampled the Nexabiotic Advanced Multi-Probiotics. Keep scrolling for my thoughts on the Nexabiotic probiotics!
*Disclaimer: I received complimentary samples from Nexabiotic and provided my honest opinion on the product in exchange for compensation. Results may vary when using probiotics. Please consult your physician before taking probiotics.
Nexabiotic Probiotics by DrFormulas
First of all, what are probiotics? According to WebMD, probiotics are live bacteria and yeast that help maintain digestive health. Probiotics help to:
- break down food
- provide nutrients like vitamin K
- keep bad bacteria at bay
- supplement the gastrointestinal (GI) tract
Next, Nexabiotic probiotics contain 23 different kinds of probiotics. The 23 types of probiotics work together to restore digestive balance. Additionally, Nexabiotic probiotics are high-quality and can survive harsh stomach acid.
Pros & Cons of Nexabiotic Probiotics
- good for your digestive health
- helps break down food
- helps improve your skin & acne problems
- fights off “bad” bacteria
- contains 23 strains of “good” bacteria
- large capsules, which may be difficult to swallow
- must take 2 capsules daily (1 in the morning, 1 at night)
- must be taken on an empty stomach with 8oz. of water
- unpleasant scent
Finally, I would like to thank DrFormulas and Nexabiotic for providing me the opportunity to sample their products. Mainly, I tried the Nexabiotic Advanced Multi-Probiotics to help with my acne. Although my skin did clear up, I’m not sure if it was from the probiotics. Additionally, it could’ve been my PMS going away, my diet, and skin care… Or a combination of all those factors. However, I often felt nauseous after taking the capsules and that’s why I stopped taking them. Maybe it was my stomach getting used to the “good” bacteria but I couldn’t handle it. Not to mention, I struggled to track my doses on top of other daily medications and vitamins. Moving forward, I’ll just stick to drinking probiotic-infused juice.
Have you tried any products containing probiotics?
Let me know which ones are your favorite! And if you enjoyed this post about gut health, check out my other wellness posts.