I’ve recently noticed some bottles of MegaFlora do not contain the lactobacillus acidophilus DDS-1 strain of probiotic. I called the company to find out why and they told me they replaced it with another strain of probiotic. After comparing the label of the old bottle and the updated bottle, I noticed the DDS-1 strain was replaced with bifidobacterium lactis. Whats even more interesting is that I checked another probiotic product (Innate Response Flora 50-14) which contained DDS-1, and surprise surprise, it was replaced by the same bifidobacterium lactis.
Anyone have any idea why they got rid of the DDS-1, which was highly regarded, for that other strain? Is it better or worse?
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