How to handle your probiotics

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    klips32
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    http://www.mossnutrition.com/uploads/universe/products/uploads/docs/wysiwyg/products/Probiotic_Handling.pdf

    Roughly said:
    – can be out of fridge for up to 2 weeks, loss in potency is about 5% in that time.
    – Avoid moister inside the container that holds the capsules, avoid to put any capsule back into the container that you had in your hand.

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    hope4eva77
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    i wouldnt get any probiotics that can be left out your probiotics should be kept in the freezer

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    kodaz2005
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    klips32;33906 wrote: http://www.mossnutrition.com/uploads/universe/products/uploads/docs/wysiwyg/products/Probiotic_Handling.pdf

    Roughly said:
    – can be out of fridge for up to 2 weeks, loss in potency is about 5% in that time.
    – Avoid moister inside the container that holds the capsules, avoid to put any capsule back into the container that you had in your hand.

    Sorry, but This is not good information. Probiotic’s should remain refrigerated at all times and if you buy probiotics online you should request that they are shipped with an ice pack. All live bacteria in probiotics will begin to die off if they are not refrigerated.

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    klips32
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    kodaz2005;34505 wrote:

    http://www.mossnutrition.com/uploads/universe/products/uploads/docs/wysiwyg/products/Probiotic_Handling.pdf

    Roughly said:
    – can be out of fridge for up to 2 weeks, loss in potency is about 5% in that time.
    – Avoid moister inside the container that holds the capsules, avoid to put any capsule back into the container that you had in your hand.

    Sorry, but This is not good information. Probiotic’s should remain refrigerated at all times and if you buy probiotics online you should request that they are shipped with an ice pack. All live bacteria in probiotics will begin to die off if they are not refrigerated.

    not that I dont believe you, but do you have a source?

    #96092

    kodaz2005
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    klips32;34512 wrote:

    http://www.mossnutrition.com/uploads/universe/products/uploads/docs/wysiwyg/products/Probiotic_Handling.pdf

    Roughly said:
    – can be out of fridge for up to 2 weeks, loss in potency is about 5% in that time.
    – Avoid moister inside the container that holds the capsules, avoid to put any capsule back into the container that you had in your hand.

    Sorry, but This is not good information. Probiotic’s should remain refrigerated at all times and if you buy probiotics online you should request that they are shipped with an ice pack. All live bacteria in probiotics will begin to die off if they are not refrigerated.

    not that I dont believe you, but do you have a source?

    http://www.probiotic-myths.com/default.aspx

    #101705

    lifeprincipal
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    I use two probiotic supplements that don’t require refrigeration and they seem to work quite well. One is Jarro-Dophilus EPS & the other is Bio-Kult. I believe they use a highly advanced freeze drying process similar to what is used in preserving allicin in freeze dried garlic capsules. Read the reviews for both products on Amazon and you’ll realize that refrigeration isn’t completely necessary for a probiotic to be effective.

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    serenedream
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    http://www.probiotic-myths.com/default.aspx

    According to the link, Myth #1 states yogurt is a bad/ineffective probiotic food source. If that is the case, why is it promoted on the anti-candida diet since it does contains sugar? I thought the pros (probiotic/protein) outweighed the cons (sugar content) of yogurt.

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