About Probulin

The next generation in probiotics:


Probulin is a “gourmet probiotic” and a leading digestive supplement, released to the market in  July 2011.

Recommended by a prominent Gastroenterologist, it contains one of the leading probiotic strains that has been tested & is available on the market thus far: Lactobacillus Acidophilus DDS-1 strain. Since Probulin contains a total of seven strains of live probiotics, it uses state-of-the-art acid protection technology (MBT) created by MAK Wood to ensure much of the bacteria is not killed by stomach acid while en route to the gut.

Finally, Probulin includes a prebiotic, also known as “fuel” for the probiotic. A prebiotic is a fiber that prepares the way for the probiotic bacteria to rapidly grow within the digestive system allowing for more optimal health. Inulin – a dense, plant-produced dietary fiber – is used in Probulin to help the digestive organs better absorb nutrients and create the best environment for probiotic bacteria to grow.

If you suffer from the following, Probulin would be the perfect supplement to add to your diet:

  • occasional gas and bloating
  • irregular bowel movements
  • week immune system
  • need more good bacteria within digestive system (everyone does)

Probulin promotes an overall healthy digestive system. Order Probulin for your 30-day supply today at Probulin.com or feel free to call us at 855.697.8770 for more information.

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Go with your gut,

Probulin Team

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