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Probonix Variability

Probonix Variability

One of the most common concerns we hear about Probonix involves consistency between bottles. “Is this bottle okay? It looks a little different than my last bottle”. Yes, that bottle is okay, but it probably does look a little different than your last bottle. Not every...

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All About the Acid that Makes Probonix Special

All About the Acid that Makes Probonix Special

Probonix stands above other products in the crowded probiotic market for many reasons. Humarian is one of the only probiotic companies to be loud and proud about the scientific testing we have conducted to prove the effectiveness of our products. Probonix is one of...

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How Probonix is Made

How Probonix is Made

At Humarian, we follow Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). We source the highest quality raw ingredients. Each shipment of our acids, inulin, probiotics, stevia, monk fruit, and organic flavoring is lab certified upon arrival and re-verified at multiple steps...

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Restore Product Update

Restore Product Update

Probonix Restore has gone through some changes to better fit its intended function. We’ve increased the size and redesigned it as a one-time purchase, so you no longer need to purchase multiple bottles and guesstimate when you should switch back to a regular...

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Probonix For Dogs & Cats – What You Need To Know

Probonix For Dogs & Cats – What You Need To Know

Why does my pet need a probiotic? Probonix is a liquid probiotic supplement that is used to repopulate the gut with healthy bacteria. This is important because much like the human body, healthy bacteria in the bodies of dogs and cats perform a number of important...

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Stevia – Benefits and Positive Effects

Stevia – Benefits and Positive Effects

If you read through our previous stevia blog, you learned that stevia is not an artificial sweetener like most sugar alternatives, and you learned that rumors about stevia being dangerous do not have solid scientific data to support them. In reality, not only is...

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Stevia – Is It Safe?

Stevia – Is It Safe?

Stevia is one of the most popular sugar substitutes to gain prominence in recent years. Unlike most other sugar substitutes, stevia is not artificial or chemically induced. Other sugar substitutes have been scientifically documented and linked to cancerous tumors and...

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Product Update: Changes to Probonix Dosage

Product Update: Changes to Probonix Dosage

Humarian recently made some changes to the dosage on our Probonix bottles, so we thought it would be helpful to write a quick blog on the subject. One important note to start: the formulas for Probonix have not been changed in any way. The only changes are to the...

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L. gasseri – A common probiotic strain

L. gasseri – A common probiotic strain

Lactobacillus gasseri (L. gasseri) is a probiotic bacterium that is found naturally in the genital, urinary, and digestive systems of the body. It is also present in breast milk, fermented foods, and dairy products. L. gasseri serves many important functions in the...

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L. fermentum – A common probiotic strain

L. fermentum – A common probiotic strain

Lactobacillus fermentum (L. fermentum) is a probiotic bacterium that is located naturally in the mouth, gastrointestinal tract, and vaginal tract in humans. It is more survivable in acid and bile than other probiotic strains. L. fermentum offers a number of potential...

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L. brevis – A common probiotic strain

L. brevis – A common probiotic strain

Though not as widely recognized as other lactobacillus strains, like L. acidophilus and L. casei, Lactobacillus brevis (L. brevis) is a wonderful candidate for probiotic supplementation. This probiotic bacterium is regularly found in sauerkraut and pickles. Like other...

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What does VBNC mean on the new Probonix label?

What does VBNC mean on the new Probonix label?

In August 2017, Humarian launched a new cherry Probonix flavor along with a new and improved grape flavor. While we were making label changes to accommodate the new flavor information, we decided to include our VBNC designation. Because this abbreviation might be new...

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The Milk Test, Yogurt & Probonix

The Milk Test, Yogurt & Probonix

At Humarian, we occasionally receive questions about the viability of Probonix because it didn’t pass the “milk test” or because it didn’t work as a yogurt culture. Now I’m sure many of you are wondering, “What in the heck is a milk test?” The milk test is a process...

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P. acidilactici – A common probiotic strain

P. acidilactici – A common probiotic strain

P. acidilactici is a highly survivable probiotic strain that has been shown to provide a number of benefits when taken as a regular probiotic supplement. We’ll talk about a few of those benefits here. P. acidilactici is extremely resistant to the acidic environment of...

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L. salivarius – A common probiotic strain

L. salivarius – A common probiotic strain

L. salivarius is a probiotic strain that provides a number of benefits to your body, such as lowering cholesterol, relieving asthma, and reducing tissue inflammation. It is found throughout the body, but it is particularly concentrated in the saliva. Consequently, one...

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L. casei – A common probiotic strain

L. casei – A common probiotic strain

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....

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L. helveticus – A common probiotic strain

L. helveticus – A common probiotic strain

Lactobacillus helveticus (L. helveticus) is a lactic acid bacterium that is used in the manufacturing process of many Swiss and Italian cheeses, such as Emmental, Gruyere, and Parmigiano Reggiano. It has recently been accepted as a medicinal ingredient in Canada’s...

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S. thermophilus – A common probiotic strain

S. thermophilus – A common probiotic strain

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...

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Probonix Repair – What You Need To Know

Probonix Repair – What You Need To Know

Is Probonix Repair a good choice for me? Many of our customers suffer from long term gastrointestinal issues resulting from a variety of different reasons from over-use of antibiotics, dietary issues or other health conditions. As a result, their GI tract has become...

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L. Lactis – A common probiotic strain

L. Lactis – A common probiotic strain

L. lactis, a probiotic bacteria, is commonly found in everyday life more easily than other traditional probiotic strains. You’ve probably had some from eating cheese or drinking beer at some point. This is due to the fact that L. lactis has the ability to produce...

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L. paracasei – A common probiotic strain

L. paracasei – A common probiotic strain

L. paracasei is a probiotic bacterial strain that can be commonly found in the mouth and intestinal tract, as well as a number of dairy products. This bacterium can have positive effects on digestion and basic immune functions. It also offers preventative benefits for...

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Probonix Restore – What You Need To Know

Probonix Restore – What You Need To Know

How do antibiotics work? Antibiotics work by different mechanisms depending on the type. Some antibiotics disrupt protein synthesis, while others disrupt DNA repair or damage the cell membrane, but all antibiotics have a common goal: to nullify bacteria by killing...

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L. Plantarum – A common probiotic strain

L. Plantarum – A common probiotic strain

Lactobacillus Plantarum (L. plantarum) is a probiotic bacterium that helps to improve digestion and bolster the body’s immune system. More importantly, it serves important functions in fighting off molds, fungi, and their respective toxins that can threaten the...

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B. Longum – A common probiotic strain

B. Longum – A common probiotic strain

Bifidobacterium longum (B. longum) is one of the many important probiotic bacteria found in the human body. It is one of the primary probiotics that is found naturally in breast-fed infants, and performs a number of beneficial functions in the body. B. longum helps...

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L. acidophilus – A common probiotic strain

L. acidophilus – A common probiotic strain

Lactobacillus acidophilus (L. acidophilus) is a probiotic bacterium that is found naturally in the mouth, intestines, and in the vagina. This probiotic helps to guard against infections and diseases in the body, and it has even been used during chemotherapy treatment....

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B. infantis – A common probiotic strain

B. infantis – A common probiotic strain

Bifidobacterium infantis (B. infantis) is a probiotic bacterium found in the guts of adults and children. It is also one of the main strains of good bacteria that are typically found in infants.  It has been the focus of research revolving around its ability to treat...

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B. lactis – A common probiotic strain

B. lactis – A common probiotic strain

Bifidobacterium lactis (B. lactis) is a multi-purpose probiotic bacteria that lives in the gut. It is a powerful strain that has been proven to fight tumor growths, improve digestion, and enhance immune system functions.  B. lactis is also responsible for breaking...

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B. breve – A common probiotic strain

B. breve – A common probiotic strain

Bifidobacterium breve (B. breve) is one of the most helpful probiotic bacteria in the human body. Amongst probiotic bacteria, it is unique in its ability to compete with other harmful bacteria due to the large variety of molecules that it can digest. It makes up the...

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B. bifidum – A common probiotic strain

B. bifidum – A common probiotic strain

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...

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L. reuteri – A common probiotic strain

L. reuteri – A common probiotic strain

Lactobacillus reuteri (L. reuteri) is a probiotic bacteria that lives in the mouth and gut of people. It is most commonly known for its benefits in treating several childhood ailments, but healthy doses of L. reuteri are capable of providing a wide range of benefits...

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L. rhamnosus – A common probiotic strain

L. rhamnosus – A common probiotic strain

Lactobacillus rhamnosus (L. rhamnosus) is a probiotic bacteria that is most well-known for having incredible tolerance to the harsh gastric acid and bile found in the stomach and digestive system. Due to this extraordinary resilience, L. rhamnosus is an important...

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6 Truths of Probiotics - The Best Probiotic in the World - Humarian and Probonix

Download our free PDF and learn how to choose the right probiotic for you and your family.