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Lactose intolerance is a reduced ability to digest lactose, which is a sugar found in milk and other dairy products. It can lead to temporary bloating, gas, nausea, diarrhea, or abdominal discomfort after ingesting lactose. Unlike milk or dairy allergies, lactose intolerance is not dangerous, but it can be quite uncomfortable and limiting on dietary options. Millions of people around the world experience some form of lactose intolerance.

Lactose intolerance is caused by a deficiency of the enzyme that breaks down lactose. This enzyme is called lactase. People can have lactase deficiencies for a number of reasons. Some people are unable to produce lactase because of damage to the lining of their gut, while others were simply born without the ability to produce it.

This is where probiotics come into play. Several probiotic strains have been shown to encourage the growth of organisms in the digestive tract that serve a similar function to lactase. B. bifidum, L. casei, S. thermophilus, L. acidophilus, B. lactis, and L. rhamnosus have all been shown to possess enzymatic capabilities needed to break down lactose. Probonix contains several of these strains that help to break down lactase.

Probonix can help to reduce the negative symptoms of lactose intolerance by improving lactose digestion capabilities in the gut.

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An antibiotic caused me to develop lactose intolerance. I purchased an well known probiotic, but had minimal relief. After doing some research we discovered that bifidobacterium may help reduce the symptoms of lactose intolerance so we purchased Probonix and took both probiotics. Gradually my symptoms lessened, but a huge life stressor caused anxiety and symptoms continued. When all problems became resolved I really saw a total difference. No symptoms remained. So few weeks later we decided to only use one probiotic and ran out of Probinix first. Within 10 days symptoms returned with a vengeance. The lack of Probonix was the only change so we quickly reordered it. Within a week I was so much better. I can’t say enough good about Probonix. An easy fix to a life altering problem. I have returned to a normal life.


Love this probiotic! My daughter was suffering from the after effects of a GI infection and after two weeks still had problems processing lactose (I.e. had frequent green poop). After a single dose of this probiotic her poop was normal colored again. After two doses her diarrhea was gone! She was EBF at the time but the impact of this probiotic was undeniable.

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S. thermophilus

S. thermophilus – A common probiotic strain

by Ryan Bentley, MD, PhD, DC | Jun 6, 2017

Streptococcus thermophilus (S. thermophilus) is a probiotic bacterium found in the digestive tract. It is one of the two original bacterial strains used to make yogurt. This acid-resistant strain is one of the most effective at modulating the immune system, improving digestive health, and competing against unhealthy bacteria.

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L. casei

L. casei – A common probiotic strain

by Ryan Bentley, MD, PhD, DC | Jun 27, 2017

Lactobacillus casei is a probiotic bacterium that can be found in the reproductive and gastrointestinal tracts of humans, as well as cheeses, wines, pickles, and other fermented foods. L. casei has been shown to provide a number of beneficial effects in the body. Managing constipation, preventing diarrhea, assisting in chemotherapy, and reducing the….

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b. bifidum probiotic

B. bifidum – A common probiotic strain

by Dr. Shawn Benzinger, D.C., DABCO, FIAMA.| Nov 29, 2017

Bifidobacterium bifidum (B. bifidum) is the most common probiotic bacteria found in the human body. It’s a good thing it’s so plentiful because this bacteria is responsible for a wide range of beneficial effects in the gut like maintaining the balance of good and bad bacteria, supporting the immune system, and aiding in….

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