Vitamin Bounty Pro-25 Review

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    Detailed review of Vitamin Bounty Pro-25. See how this probiotic supplement compares against all the others!

    Vitamin Bounty Pro-25 ReviewProduct Name:  Vitamin Bounty Pro-25

    Overall Rating:  2.5 Star Review

    Type:  Capsule

    Capsule Size:  22mm x 7mm

    Price:  $29.99

    Serving Size:  1 Capsule Per Day

    Servings Included:  30

    Cost Per Day:  $0.99

    Live Cultures Guaranteed Through/At:  Best by date

    Main Ingredients and Cell Count(s):  25 billion CFU in a proprietary blend of 13 freeze-dried probiotic strains including: Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium lactis, Lactobacillus brevis, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus salivarius, Lactobacillus paracasei, Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium brevis, Bifidobacterium longum, Saccharomyces boulardii, and fermented greens (barley grass, oat grass, wheat grass, and alfalfa)

    Satisfaction Guarantee?:  No

    Best Used As:  Supplement for specific ailment

    Where To Buy:  Click Here

    Overall Opinion:

    Overall, at 2.5 out of 5 stars, Vitamin Bounty Pro-25 is an average probiotic.

    I like that it’s pretty convenient and easy to take.

    You simply take 1 capsule daily with water, on an empty stomach or between meals.

    The capsules weren’t hard to get down.

    You also don’t have to refrigerate the bottle, so that’s a plus!

    I like that the capsules are gluten free and safe for lacto-vegetarians.

    Vitamin Bounty Pro-25 uses a delayed release formula that helps make sure the probiotics can make it into your intestinal tract.

    This probiotic also has fermented wheat grasses added, which isn’t something I’ve seen a lot of.

    Now for what I don’t like…

    Since there are added wheat grasses, it makes it not allergy friendly for a lot of people.

    These capsules contain MILK, SOY, and WHEAT.

    That’s a huge bummer because so many people are allergic to these.

    This probiotic also goes WAY overboard with the amount of probiotic strains used and even the cell count.

    When too many are used, it can actually lead to bad side effects and the probiotics can begin to cancel each other out.

    This isn’t good!

    Also, speaking of side effects, I definitely saw some belly pain and bloating while taking these.

    This probiotic also isn’t safe for kids and is intended for adults only.

    Overall, at 2.5 out of 5 stars, Vitamin Bounty Pro-25 is an average probiotic because it doesn’t have to be refrigerated, it’s gluten free, and uses a delayed release system but it’s expensive, isn’t allergy friendly, and goes way overboard with cells and strains.

    The Details:

    Ingredients/Strain Profile

    Vitamin Bounty Pro-25 contains 25 billion cells in 13 probiotic strains.

    Of note, I like the use of Lactobacillus acidophilus in the probiotic lineup.

    It’s one of my favorite strains and been researched quite extensively.

    Lactobacillus acidophilus has been shown to potentially relieve the symptoms from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s disease, and gut dysbiosis.

    Lactobacillus acidophilus may also help treat yeast infections, boost immune function, and decrease the frequency of urinary tract infections (UTIs).

    One strain I’m not a big fan of is Lactobacillus casei.

    L. Casei is very aggressive and can overrun other “good” probiotics, occupying areas that other probiotics might have taken in the body.

    We definitely don’t want that!

     Allergy Concerns

    Vitamin Bounty Pro-25 is NOT allergy friendly.

    This probiotic contains allergens that are known to cause people a lot of problems.

    Vitamin Bounty Pro-25 contains WHEAT, MILK, and SOY.

    If you’re allergic to any of those, please steer clear of this probiotic.

    This probiotic contains fermented greens including barley grass, oat grass, wheat grass, and alfalfa.

    Other ingredients include: cellulose (from capsule), cellulose powder, magnesium stearate (vegetable source) and silica.

    Price/Value

    For 30 capsules, lasting 1 month, it costs $29.99

    When you break it down, it works out to $0.99 a day to take these.

    That’s really expensive and I honestly don’t think it’s worth the high price tag.

    In my opinion, this probiotic isn’t a good value for the price.

    Side Effects

    I definitely saw some negative side effects while taking Vitamin Bounty Pro-25.

    I experienced bloating and stomach pain and it just wasn’t fun…

    I think the use of so many probiotic strains and cells definitely lead to the bad side effects.

    Please keep this in mind, especially if you have a sensitive stomach.

    This product isn’t meant for a daily use, but more as a supplement for a specific ailment.

    Guarantee

    Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any sort of satisfaction guarantee for Vitamin Bounty Pro-25.

    I searched their website and was confused because there just seems to be a lack of information overall.

    The FAQ page was also randomly not in English, however the rest of the site was.

    I was bummed that I couldn’t find any type of guarantee or even a return policy.

    Where To Buy

    To buy Vitamin Bounty Pro-25, click here.

    Vitamin Bounty Pro-25:  Summary

    FactorVitamin Bounty Pro-25
    Overall Rating2.5 Star Review
    Best Used AsSupplement for a specific ailment
    Ingredient Profile25 billion CFUs in 13 different probiotic strains
    Allergy ConcernsWheat, milk, and soy
    Price/Value$29.99 for 30 capsules – lasting 1 month
    Side EffectsYes – stomach pain and bloating
    GuaranteeNone
    Where To BuyClick Here

    Vitamin Bounty Pro-25 Review

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