Accuflora Probiotic Acidophilus Review

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What is Accuflora Probiotic Acidophilus?

Accuflora Probiotic Acidophilus is a probiotic supplement that contains 1 billion cells of 5 strains enclosed in 2 caplets.

Other Features

The caplet does help to protect the active probiotic strains from digestive juices so that more of the probiotic bacteria make it into the colon. The dosage is 1 billion cells in 5 strains in 2 caplets.

Accuflora does not include a prebiotic.

Artificial Dyes or Coloring

Accuflora Probiotic Acidophilus have no dyes or artificial coloring we are aware of.

Summary:

Accuflora Probiotic Acidophilus has 1 billion cells of 5 strains per dose. The caplets help to protect the probiotics before they get to the colon and it does not come with a prebiotic.

ProbioticsDB.com Ingredient Analysis:

Criteria Our Comments
Prebiotics Prebiotics are a food source for probiotics. Accuflora does not come with prebiotic.
5
Number of Probiotic Strains There are thousands of different kinds of organisms living in your colon. Some are more helpful than others. Accuflora has 5 probiotic strains.
1
Number of CFUs (in billions) Accuflora has 1 billion CFUs within 2 caplets.
Enteric Coating Digestive juices may destroy many probiotic organisms. An enteric coating or delayed-release system that releases probiotics in the colon may help keep them alive. Accuflora has a protective caplet.
No artificial coloring or dyes Accuflora does not have any.

Accuflora Probiotic Acidophilus Ingredients

Supplement Facts
Serving Size 2 Caplets
Amount Per Serving %Daily Value
Proprietary Probiotic Blend (Lactobacillus acidophilus, L. rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium bifidum, L. salivarius, and S. thermophilus) 1 billion CFU *

Other Ingredients: Cellulose, Pectin, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Silica, Stearic Acid and Turmeric.

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  1. Sue Sherrill

     /  March 23, 2012

    Where in Raleigh, North Carolina would I find Accuflora – what chains carry Accuflora? Thanks

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