When I read this label for these probiotic supplements, especially for women, I had to try it. These supplements are working for me after using it for, oh, almost a month now. Women tend to have an overgrowth of candida, and not even know it until they begin to feel tired, worn out, maybe have a fungus growth, mood swings, anxiety, urinary tract infection and possibly autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis (which is in my earthly body), lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases.
After learning that candida is not something to take lightly, I had begun taking probiotics, but this probiotic I am now taking makes me feel so much better. I am not as tired as I used to be and I am hoping that after taking this for a complete month, I will begin to feel all around healthy again. One thing I really need to do, which I had no idea needed to be done, was take a blood test for candida. I have never taken one since being diagnosed with M.S. in 2006.
These supplements are not in capsules either. They are raw pills and are easy to swallow too. I have been taking 1-2 a day and this is working out for me. The ingredients in these supplements are called CranGyn, prebiotic (FOS), microcrystalline cellulose, other ingredients and above all, it is a gluten-free supplement.
Yeah, I will be taking these probiotic supplements, for women, for as long as I can because they are the best I have taken so far.
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