Probiotics for Constipation


A healthy diet and lifestyle are indispensable for a healthy body.   It is commonly phrased “you are what you eat.” If the diet one consumes is rich in proteins, fibers and nutrition it will boost the digestive system as well as metabolism. Poor diet choice and lifestyle habits can lead to digestive problems like diarrhea, heartburn, and constipation. Consumption of processed food and high sugar content causes an imbalance in the habitation of probiotics present in our intestines. In these circumstances, probiotics for constipation should be considered.

  1. Phillips’ Colon Health Daily Probiotic Supplement

It consists of three different probiotics as well as magnesium that makes it one of the best probiotic supplement present in the market for all types of digestive problems. It consists of a mixture of Lactobacillus gasseri KS-13, Bifidobacterium bifidum G9-1, and Bifidobacterium longum MM-2.  It aids in relieving constipation, diarrhea, bloating and gas.  The mineral magnesium present in it softens the stool and attracts water to the stool to ease its pass off.  The supplements are blister packed that aids in retaining freshness and easy to swallow. However, it is a little expensive, and it comes in the form of a pill instead of the capsule.

  1. Naturenetics Flora Pro-Health Probiotics

It is a vegan probiotic supplement that comprises of five particular Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains that aids in relieving constipation and other problems. It also re-colonizes the small intestine and rehabilitates balance of intestinal flora.  It consists of the double amount of good bacteria in contrast to any other probiotic supplement. It is vegan and gluten-free. It is easy to use while traveling as it does not require refrigeration. It is blister sealed to ensure the potent till expiration. However, it should be considered that it contains double the amount of bacteria, which might not be suitable for regular consumption.

  1. Enzymatic Therapy Probiotic Pearls Acidophilus

It is in an easy to swallow pearl form with the triple coating that survives the hardest stomach environment. Each serving consists of 1 billion CUFs of Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Bifidobacterium Longum. It aids in easy digestion and intestinal function. It also balances the yeast level in the body. The pearls protect against light, moisture, and oxygen and expend the shelf life. It is gluten free, yeast free, wheat free and does not contain artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. However, it is not suitable for vegans as it contains milk proteins and soy lecithin.

  1. Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics original formula.

This product is distinct for its prolonged fermentation of the bacteria. It goes on for three years’ process of fermentation that enhances the survival of the vital bacteria. It also has the shelf life as it does not require any refrigeration. It also contains biogenic ingredients that support unique probiotic. It is encapsulated with culture material of vegetable, fruits, mushrooms that nourish the bacteria. It is a comprehensive supplement and consists of probiotics, prebiotics, enzymes and organic acids that aids in digestion as well as enhances the absorption of nutrients and increases the metabolism and effectiveness of the immune system. It is a vegetarian product, gluten, diary and chemical free.

  1. Renew Life Colon Care Probiotic Ultimate Flora

It is the most potent probiotic and provides 80 billion liver cultures with one dose. It gives instant relief from digestive problems. Also, it also contains fourteen distinct probiotic strains of Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus that enhances the digestive health and relieves constipation. It is free of artificial flavors, diary, soy, and gluten. The potency of this supplement is guaranteed till expiration. However, it needs to be refrigerated to maintain the potency.

Author Bio

Jane Scott, is a nutritionist, with excellence in home remedies for a variety of health concerns. She also blogs regularly at https://homeremediesforlife.com/.

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  1. Next time I spend a year on Oxy waiting for disc bulge surgery I’m going to add a little licorice to my diet. Cheers,H

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