Perfect Origins Perfect Biotics Reviews – Benefits and Side-effects

Filtered water, Humarian Proprietary Blend: (Fermented probiotics, benzoic acid, tartaric acid, nicotinamide, pyridoxine, thiamine, calcium, cobalt, iron, magnesium, manganese, selenium, molybdenum, potassium, and sodium). 12 strain Pro-biotic mix: (Lactobacillus Plantarum, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium infantis, Bifidobacterium longum, Enterococcus Faecium, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus Casei, Lactobacillus Helveticus, Lactobacillus Salivarius, Pediococcus Acidilactici and Streptococcus Thermophilus). Natural grape flavor. These are ingredients belonging to Perfect Biotics, a probiotic supplement produced by Perfect Origins.

I’m talking about probiotic bacteria today and this is one that I use personally so wanted to put this out and I recommend it to you guys reading this because it works in my experience.

Now, one thing you need to know about probiotic supplements is that it’s hard to choose a good one because many probiotic supplements don’t show you information such as ph levels for the probiotic strains, which are very important for their survival in the intestines and in their resistance to bile acids and acidic environments. This is one of the things that sets strains apart, I’m sure you’ve heard that all strains are unique and that there is no one bacterium strain perfectly identical to another. Well ph levels is one factor that differentiates them because it has been proven scientifically that multiple strains behaved differently at different ph levels with and without glucose being involved because as you may or may not know, glucose has been also proven to enhance survival rates for probiotic strains of bacteria inside the human body as shown with simulated gastric juice at different pH levels and the differences were pretty significant I would say.

When I decided to order and use this supplement, Perfect Origins, I honestly didn’t really know for a fact if it would work for me or not. I read the info. on its strains and I read some reviews and some user feedback, a lot of all of that and finally decided to buy it. It has twelve probiotic strains in total, the ones I introduced in the beginning, so it’s great and all of them are good quality strains.

I had gastrointestinal pain and occasional diarrhea, it’s why I decided to purchase a probiotic supplement. So really, it’s hard to choose a good one and those with Ph levels and other additional info. on them are much more expensive so it’s definitely a problem for people on a budget. For those interested, I definitely recommend checking out Perfect Origins and using Perfect Biotics since it’s worked for me.


What`s new in 2017 about Perfect Biotics

Probiotic America like the name implies, is a manufacturer that produces probiotic supplements and one of their most popular products is definitely the Perfect Biotics dietary probiotic. Perfect Biotics in terms of formula looks very good and attractive, but like most other probiotic and non-probiotic or other types of supplements it lacks one thing and that is FDA approval as well as any sort of clinical or scientific evidence that it works.

In other words, Perfect Biotics has not been tested in a clinical trial, so there is no proof that it works or that it is safe to be used.
Even so, as I’ve previously said, it definitely looks attractive and I say this because two very important things to consider when choosing a probiotic supplement are CFUs and strains and numbers do matter.

Perfect Biotics has 15 unique strains of probiotic bacteria and it has 30 billion colony forming units (CFUs) per capsule, for a total of 30 capsules.
That is quite a lot, it is certainly above many other supplements, probiotics, in the online market when it comes to how many CFUs it has per capsule but also to strains. Now, probiotic bacteria are living microorganisms just in case there was any doubt about that. They are living, inside of the capsules in the container and you’d be advised to keep the container away from moisture and maybe also keep the container in the fridge if required.

There are some supplements out there that tell you that refrigeration is not needed but still I think it’s better to keep them refrigerated because bacteria have a natural weakness to heat and moisture. For those of you interested in this, when you get a fever, that is your body using heat, raising the temperature to fight the infection.

In the cold, bacteria can grow and reproduce better, it’s the same for pathogens which are the harmful ones, and for probiotics which are the much safer and healthier ones. If the right conditions are not kept, these microorganisms will die and they often do die while sitting on the shelf, in the capsules. This means that sometimes you may read a certain number of CFUs on the label but that may not be the true number, which is why it’s better to choose carefully and choose probiotic supplements that are tested, certified and have credibility. Perfect Biotics, I am sorry to say, kind of lacks in these departments. It could still be a good choice but it comes with the risk that any supplement without proof comes with.