Back when I started struggling with tummy troubles about 6 months ago, someone suggested I try probiotics. I had heard about them before, but never really looked into them further. I always assumed probiotics were only available in yogurt, and I hate yogurt! As my stomach started to improve and life went back to normal, I knew I did not want to experience those tummy troubles like I did before. Once my health was back to its regular state, my doctor okayed me to try some dietary/probiotic supplements. Enter: Hyperbiotics.
I found Hyperbiotics while browsing through the aisles of my local Target. I didn’t know they made probiotic pills, and when I first saw the bottle, I assumed they must be expensive. Quite the opposite! I was shocked at how affordable they were! One of the neatest things I discovered was even though Hyperbiotics contain live bacteria, the pills do not need to be refrigerated thanks to their LiveBac® technology. This means the pills are still viable for 18 months after manufacture. Perfect for taking along on weekend camping trips!
Hyperbiotics comes in a lot of different options, but I picked up the Hyperbiotics Pro-Women formula, since I wanted something specifically designed for women. It helps balance yeast growth and contains cranberry extract to help promote urinary health. It also improves digestion and bowel regularity. This is embarrassing to admit, but I have struggled with mild diarrhea, especially when it’s “my time of the month.” Hyperbiotics has helped prevent bloating, gas, and occasional diarrhea. I’ve also noticed an improvement in my mood.
Since trying Hyperbiotics, I truly believe my healthiest days are ahead! I’ve been so inspired to prioritize my health that I’ve been improving my health in other ways, such as drinking more water, exercising more, and eating out less and cooking at home more. I’m also improving my emotional and spiritual health by reading my Bible every day and just being a generally more positive person 🙂
I’m glad to have tried Hyperbiotics and I think you will like them too! Go to Hyperbiotics.com to learn more, then #followyourgut to Target to buy them!
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. Probiotics support many facets of overall health when taken regularly as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Have you ever tried a probiotic?