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Tens of billions of dollars ($36 billion in 2015) are spent on probiotics in the U.S. every year. Two recent Isreali studies, though, suggest that some of that money is being spent in vain.

The study revealed that while some people may benefit from probiotics, others likely do not and some may even get worse. Plus, the standard test for probiotic effectiveness – taking a stool sample – failed dramatically.

Find out why some people just don’t benefit from probiotics, and who might, in a Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored post

The Probiotic Paradox: When Probiotics Fail or Even Do Harm – an ME/CFS Perspective

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