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phd Probiotics To Go Review

Got Gut Bugs? That is the phd motto. I know at first the thought of gut bugs might not be to appealing but after reading about Probiotics you will realize how beneficial these little buggers are.

Dave Tabaczynski, Founder of PHD probiotic products (

Did you know 90% of the cells in your body are actually bacteria? These probiotics, or active cultures, are naturally-occurring friendly bacteria that form a protective layer in our digestive tract. 70% of our immune system is in our gut and is regulated by these bacteria, so it’s important to maintain a good supply of them. These good gut bugs help digestive and immune function, remove toxins, process vitamins, and crowd out harmful bacteria.

My family had a chance to review the phd to go powder packs. They come in 3 flavors; Citrus Boost for immunity, Berry Balance for digestion and Orange Detox for cleansing. Surprisingly all 3 flavors we very tasty and easy to mix. All you need is 8oz of water per phd to go powder pack and each packet is only 56 calories.

Each phd to go powder pack contains:

  • specific blend of 6 high-quality probiotic strains
  • effective dosage of probiotics (10 billion CFUs)
  • 3 grams of prebiotic fiber to help stimulate the probiotics
  • In addition to the phd to go powder packs they also have phd flavored waters, which keep the probiotics alive in the cap of the drink. The Life Top is an effective way to deliver probiotics and keep them alive longer. All you have to do is open the Life Top cap then push down to release the proboitics then shake well. phd flavored waters come in two flavors; Berry Blast for digestion and Citrus Boost for immunity.

    Probotics promote immune function and support a healthy digestive balance. You are starting to see probotic is alot of the foods we eat on a daily basis like yogurt, fermented fruits and vegetables. The one problem with probiotics in dairy based products is the probiotics will die over time leaving it difficult to determine how much probiotics you are actually getting at the time of consumption.

    I know probotics seems complex but if you watch the awesome clip below it should all make sense.

    This is a sponsored review but the opinions and descriptions presented belong solely to LookWhatMomFound…and Dad too!