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    Yakult is terrible. It's so high in sugar, I would stay away and opt for the powdered probiotic if she needs it.

    Quote Originally Posted by jenjenOo View Post
    I used to take inner health plus but my scientist friend (whom has a PHD) said that it's pointless as it doesn't survive the digestive tract and make it down the the gut anyway.

    I was a little shocked heading it because I swear it helped with some issues I was having. Any thoughts on this?
    She was pretty adamant about it...

    I know you're asking about kids but, just curious in general. Would love to know if anyone has feedback from their gp?

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    A good probiotic like IHP can survive digestion (stomach acids etc). It has to contain certain strains of bacteria.

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