Monday, August 25, 2014

EndoMune Advanced Probiotic: Review and Giveaway

There are many probiotics brands available at the store, but not all of them are the same. We found that out when my husband recently switched from the brand he was currently using to EndoMune Advanced Probiotic, which was developed by Dr. Lawrence Hoberman, a board-certified gastroenterologist. What did he like about EndoMune Advanced Probiotic?

His gastrointestinal system felt better all day because each capsule is time-released, which means the ingredients are being released gradually all day, not all at once.

EndoMune contains 20 billion bacteria per serving, which is many times more than the brand he was using. He could really tell the difference.

EndoMune also comes in a special bottle that actually protects the helpful bacteria inside from humidity, which is especially important where we live in south Florida.

The 20 billion bacteria in EndoMune come from 10 beneficial bacteria, including Bifidobacteria, Lactobacilli and Streptococcus. Many other products only contain 1-10 billion bacteria per serving and just one strain of bacteria.

My husband has really noticed a difference in the way his “tummy” and the rest of his body feels since using EndoMune. Visit EndoMune.com to learn more about EndoMune Advanced Probiotic and its founder Dr. Lawrence Hoberman, and then pick up a two-month supply on the website, on Amazon or at a pharmacy or health food store.

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This post contains my Amazon affiliate link. I am not a medical professional, and this post should not be considered medical advice. Please consult a physician about any health concerns.

36 comments:

  1. I learned that the capsule is now also designed to be delayed release, protecting it against gastric acid until the bacteria need to do their job. - twinkle at optonline dot net

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  2. I learned that Endomune is a one capsule serving. I like that because so many supplements require you take multiple doses.

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  3. I learned that a bottle contains a 2-month supply. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. I learned that it is Non-Dairy and contains No Artificial Colorings, No Preservatives, No Sugar, and is Gluten Free, Certified Kosher Organic and Vegetarian.

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  5. I learned that the probiotic contains 20 billion bacteria. I also learned that it seems like a vegan such as myself, can take these since they are dairy free and vegetarian.

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  6. I didn't realize how important probiotics are to the intestines.

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  7. shayne livinsgton9:47 AM

    I learned they also have a junior formula

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  8. Some studies suggest the bacteria within probiotics may help eliminate carcinogens

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  9. I also like the endomune jumior. billsn beaks rafflecopter name

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  10. I like that it is slow release

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  11. I've learned something new about probiotics

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  12. Audra O'Hara8:43 AM

    I learned one of the many benefits of probiotics include lessening the harmful effects of OTC heartburn drugs.

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  13. 20 BILLION BACTERIA?? I knew it gave you "good" bacteria in your gut but is that many safe?? I automatically thought of the scene in the movie "Alien" where the little monster busted through the guys stomach. LOL

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  14. I learned that EndoMune Advanced Junior kidsbottlejr Consists of 4 strains of bacteria:

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  15. I learned that probiotics can help your body better absorb vitamins and minerals.

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  16. Darlene Jones-Nelson9:59 PM

    That capsule is now also designed to be delayed release, protecting it against gastric acid until the bacteria need to do their job.

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  17. I learned that; EndoMune Advanced contains no wheat, eggs, yeast, sugar, corn, soy or artificial flavors or preservatives. EndoMune is free of dairy products and gluten and is certified Kosher and vegan-friendly. :)

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  18. EndoMune Advanced Probiotic for adults is non-dairy, no artificial colorings, no preservatives, non GMO, gluten free, certified Kosher. - See more at: http://endomune.com/about/#sthash.2XZedDxW.dpuf

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  19. Dr. Lawrence Hoberman is a board-certified Internal Medicine and Gastroenterologist physician.

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  20. I learned that the probiotic contains 20 billion bacteria

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  21. I learned that it can help reduce the effects of IBS, which I have. And that would be GREAT, lol

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  22. I learned each capsule has 20000 bacteria.

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  23. Daniel M7:28 PM

    they are dairy free and vegetarian - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  24. Marnie G3:47 AM

    Probiotics are very beneficial for the intestines and digestion.

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  25. Cindy Merrill4:53 AM

    It is nice to know that efrigeration is no longer necessary with this supplement. writer61(at)yahoo,dot com

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  26. Ongoing research in the basic sciences and in clinical studies continue to review and identify many potential benefits of a daily regimen of probiotics. Dr. Hoberman spoke on several of these topics at the 2013 meeting of the San Antonio Functional Medicine Group. - See more at: http://endomune.com/the-health-benefits-of-probiotics/#sthash.iGJdakSu.dpuf

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  27. Anonymous4:20 PM

    One bottle is applicable for two months.

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  28. Debbie Bray7:42 PM

    Some people felt better in 3-5 days

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  29. I learned they are dairy free.
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  30. EndoMune Advanced Probiotic for adults is non-dairy, no artificial colorings, no preservatives, non GMO, gluten free, certified Kosher. -

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  31. i love that it: 20 billion bacteria • 1 capsule per serving- sounds really easy to supplement! i would love to try this.

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  32. it is slow release and you dont have to refridgerate it anymore

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  33. It contains 10 strains of bacteria. Thats 20 billion!!

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  34. I like that it is slow release

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  35. I learned that the capsules are delayed release and that there is no need for refrigeration.

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  36. Anonymous11:15 PM

    learn that 20 billion bacteria in probiotic . Vivian
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