The number of probiotic brands on grocery store shelves is getting out of hand. As you can see in the above image there are too many products. Thankfully you have probiotics.org to help you cut through the clutter and only get the highest quality probiotic products!
Below, I list and discuss the 10 most popular probiotic brands. But, if you want to watch a video on the top 3 probiotic brands in 2020, you can watch it here:
This formula was created by Ichira Ohirra – a Japanese microbiologist who has been researching probiotics for well over 30 years. Here are some facts about the probiotics:
The strains included in the Dr. Ohirra’s probiotics are:
This is one of my favorite probiotic products. While it’s not very powerful, the drinks taste great, and are a probiotic alternative to beer or soda. This probiotic drink is great after a heavy meal. Celebrities drink it (like Lindsay Lohan), and I have it as as treat occasionally.
Culturelle is a top probiotic brand based on Lactobacillus GG strain. This strain has been shown to have an amazing number of benefits from reducing colic in infants, lowering the risk of colon cancer, to stimulating the immune system.
Here is a video showing how culturelle brand probiotics work:Read my full review of Culturelle brand probiotics.
Jarrow says they are the number one selling probiotic brand in North America. And this is something I believe, because whenever I go into whole foods, I always always see this product…and it’s one of my favorite brands to use it while traveling.
This is one of the oldest probiotics companies around. They are extremely well regarded and have been making high potency products since the 70’s. My only criticism of them is their products generally contain too much sugar and some people don’t react well to them. I prefer their rice based culture over their soy/dairy versions. But still a great brand.
I’ve personally met a distributor for this product and they have some company funded studies that show the efficacy of the Bio-K+ products. They’ve also recently created pill versions of their probiotic.
Garden of life Raw Probiotics are relatively new to the probiotics game. But they are creating some fairly potent probiotics. They have also found a way to create blends that have more than 30 different probiotic strains, which is impressive.
Brenda Watson has created a full line of probiotic supplements for men, women and children of all different needs, and of varying potency. I believe Renew-Life is one of the best probiotic brands out there.
VSL#3 used to be one of the top probiotic brands, until the creator of VSL#3 took the formula and manufacturing process to Visbiome.
So VSL#3 changed their formula and manufacturing process, but still kept all their clinical study claims…which has resulted in a significant lawsuit against VSL#3.
So if you fell in love with the old VSL#3 brand, you can find the exact same probiotic formula over at Visbiome.
1MD is solid supplement company..and they have one of the most modern probiotics brands I’ve found. The probiotic + prebiotic combo was created by Dr. David Kahana, a gastroenterologist. They only use strains that have been clinically studied.
My favorite product of theirs is currently 1MD Complete Probiotics Platinum.
The best probiotic brand out there is United Naturals.
United Natural’s flagship probiotic is Synbiotic 365, a 3-in-1 digestive health probiotic. This 3-in-1 probiotic has turned the industry upside down.
Synbiotic 365 has 20 billion CFU with 14 clinically tested probiotic strains, prebiotics as well as B vitamins. I am just so in love with this probiotic’s potential to help people with digestive problems – it was easy to rate it 5 out 5 stars.
They also have a forgiving return policy, so there’s no risk to try this #1 ranked probiotic supplement brand. It is very well priced (especially when it’s 3 products in 1). It’s easy to award this the 2020 probiotic of the year.
There you have it, the top 10 probiotic brands! If you’d like to stay up to date on the probiotic brands, be you should click here to sign up for the Probiotics.org newsletter. When you sign up, we’ll give you a free Probiotics Buying Guide download as well. Or, click here if you’re looking specifically for the best probiotics for men.
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