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Dr. White Reveals 3 Reasons Why So Many “Affordable” Probiotics Don’t Work and May Even Backfire With Opposite Results

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Edibel Quintero, MD
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Gastro
Last update: Dec 27
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Comments (5)

  1. avatar
    Emily
    17 Nov, 2023 at 8:19 am

    It’s funny that I stumbled on this article since I have used Bioma for a month now. Can double down on everything this doctor said about it. Definitely worth the money.

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    Sophia N
    22 Nov, 2023 at 10:45 am

    I never thought that some probiotics could actually cause weight gain. I will definitely be more careful about the supplements I choose. Also, I have just checked that there’s a discount for Bioma and the price is really not that high!

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    Brandon
    24 Nov, 2023 at 1:22 pm

    This breakdown of why cheap probiotics are cheap and why they don’t work is an eye-opener. Makes me think twice about just going for the cheapest option on the shelf. By the way, has anyone here tried Bioma already?

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