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What is Threelac?

Threelac contains 3 probiotic strains in a sachet. It needs to be mixed with water or other fluid and consumed.

Other Features

Threelac does not encapsulate its probiotics for protection from stomach acid. Its probiotics are mixed with water and consumed which exposes them to harsh gastric juices

The 3 strains used in its formulation are 500 million CFUs of Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus coagulans, and Enterococcus faecalis each (1.5 billion CFUs total).

Artificial Dyes or Colors

Threelac has no dyes or artificial colors.


Threelac doses aren’t protected by a delayed-release mechanism but some probiotic strains are acid-resistant. It has FOS prebiotic although the amount is not disclosed. Ingredient Analysis:

Criteria Our Comments
Prebiotics Prebiotics are a food source for probiotics. Threelac contains prebiotic.
Number of Probiotic Strains There are thousands of different kinds of organisms living in your colon. Some are more helpful than others.Some probiotic organisms are more helpful that others. Threelac has 3 strains.
Number of CFUs (in billions) CFU stands for Colony Forming Unit which is representative of the number of organisms in the product. Threelac has 1.5 billion CFUs total for its 3 strains.
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. Unfortunately, Threelac is a drink mix and has no protection mechanism for its probiotics. It relies on the natural acid-resistance of the individual probiotic strains.
No artificial coloring or dyes Threelac does not have any artificial dyes or coloring.

Threelac Ingredients

Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1 Packet
Amount Per Serving %Daily Value
Calories 6
Total Carbohydrates 1 g < 1%
Sugars 1 g
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 75 mg 125%
Vitamin B6 .4 mg 20%
Thiamine .4 mg 28%
Riboflavin .4 mg 25%
Bacillus subtilis 500 million CFU *
Enterococcus faecalis 500 million CFU *
Bacillus coagulans 500 million CFU *
Refined yeast powder
Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS)

Other Ingredients: Beta cyclodextrin, lactose, lemon juice powder, silica, canola oil

CFU stands for Colony Forming Unit which is representative of the number of organisms in the product.

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  1. Lisa

     /  March 30, 2012

    Hi, I have Pemphagus Vulgarus. The Droctor has me on cellcept and predlizona(steroids). I have had nail fungus and yeast infections for years. Now I’m overweight. I have read alot about Threelac and wonder if it may help me. What do you think. Lisa

  2. Bheema

     /  March 31, 2012

    I use this product and find it powerful for controlling candida symptoms that have plagued me for years. Best of many programs I’ve tried.


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