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Which probiotics work best?

Published by Cheryl Mussatto, MS, RD, LD on Mar 8, 2017

You’ve probably heard about probiotics – from kombucha to kefir, we’re seeing this term more and more often.

There is a growing body of research suggesting that live-active cultures and bacteria like probiotics can treat and prevent health issues ranging from indigestion to allergies. But what exactly are probiotics and what can they really do for you? The research team at set out to answer these questions in a six-week long study of the top probiotics brands on the market. After consulting with a neurologist, a board-certified doctor of natural medicine, and a microbiologist, they put over 200 probiotic supplements to the test to find out which ones work best with your body, and which brands your gut can trust. You can see their full reseach and findings here:



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Cheryl Mussatto, MS, RD, LD

Cheryl Mussatto MS, RD, LD is a registered dietitian with a master’s degree in Dietetics and Nutrition from the University of Kansas and a bachelor’s degree in Dietetics and Institutional Management from Kansas State University. She is a clinical dietitian for Cotton O’Neil Clinics in Topeka and Osage City; an adjunct professor for Allen Community College, Burlingame, KS where she teaches Basic Nutrition; and is a freelance writer and blog contributor for Dr. David Samadi, Urologic Oncologist Expert and World Renowned Robotic Surgeon in New York City. Cheryl is also the author of The Nourished Brain, The Latest Science on Food’s Power for Protecting the Brain from Alzheimers and Dementia and The Prediabetes Action Plan and Cookbook, both available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback editions.