This is a practice most supplement manufacturers do, called “ingredient skimping”.
You see, when studies show the effectiveness of a particular substance they use high-quality, concentrated doses of that substance.
Yet many companies churn out products that contain less than a tenth of that amount and add fillers to cut down cost and rank up profits.
Because of this, instead of having a 30 day supply, you got about a week’s worth of the active substance.
You end up “peeing” the rest out with no actual benefit.
This is also known as the “Expensive Pee” Syndrome and I doubt you’d want to experience it.
Heck, I don’t want you to experience it.
That’s why when we set-out to create Probio-7 we scoured the country for a facility that can has two very important qualifications:
Met the same high-standards of quality we set with Myco Nuker: FDA approved, GMP certified, gluten-free, heavy metals free and soy-free…
And provide us with clinical-grade strains of probiotics.
Why is this important? Well because when researchers perform studies on probiotics (and other natural ingredients as well) they use powerfully concentrated compounds that are specially designed for clinical studies only.