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Probiotics: What the science saysProbiotics: What the science says

In this guide we break down some of researchers’ top findings related to probiotics.

July 31, 2019

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Clinical studies are extremely valuable in proving the quality and efficacy of supplements. And, there are many reasons investigators choose to do clinical research. Dr. Matthew Budoff, professor of medicine at UCLA and director of cardiac research at Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute says, “My motivation is to identify products or activities that improve patient outcomes. Other investigators try to understand the mechanisms of health or how therapies work, yet others are just curious and want to seek an answer.” 

From easing the common cold to repopulating microbiomes, download this guide for some of researchers’ top findings related to probiotics.

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