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PrebioThrive Review

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The gut is the source of all diseases, said Hippocrates. And, rightly so! Our gut contains ten times more bacteria that can influence our health than the rest of your body. Over 100 trillion organisms live here, making up almost ¾ of our immune system.

But, in spite of the role our gut plays in supporting our metabolism, promoting healthy digestion and elimination, and protecting us from infection, we usually overlook the function of our gastrointestinal system. Until a digestive problem hits us, that is.

In our quest to understand how the health of our gut affects our overall well-being, we’ve learned that Americans don’t consume enough prebiotics. Yes, you’ve read that correctly: prebiotics, not probiotics (we’ll explain the difference in a second.)

That’s how we’ve learned about PrebioThrive by Gundry MD, a prebiotic supplement that promises to improve digestion by helping the good bacteria in your gut, flourish.

Does it work?

Let’s find out together!

What Is PrebioThrive?

PrebioThrive is a dietary supplement that combines five powerful prebiotic ingredients that can improve the health of your digestive system. The ingredients create a thriving environment for the good bacteria, which in turn can lead to healthy digestion and an overall feeling of wellness.

By including PrebioThrive in your diet, you should feel lighter and more energized than before. The formula promises to reduce bloating and constipation, increase your energy levels, and improve your health.

The Difference between Probiotics and Prebiotics

Most people are familiar with probiotics and understand the role they play in the health of their digestive systems, but few of them have heard about prebiotics. That can be a problem since prebiotics are vital and support your microbiome.

When good bacteria predominate in your gut, you feel fantastic. Your metabolism works like a well-oiled machine, your weight stays at healthy levels, and you are energized, and focused.

When bad bacteria are in control, on the other hand, you struggle more than usual. You gain weight fast and can’t seem to be able to lose it. You feel sluggish, cranky, and anxious. More than that, your body is more prone to infections like colds, yeast infection, flu, and so on.

That’s why probiotics and prebiotics are vital to our health.

So, what’s the difference between them?

Well, probiotics are live cultures that can improve the health of your gut. They are usually found in capsules, powders, and supplements or foods like yogurt, kefir, and kombucha. The problem with probiotics is that they are sensitive to the acidity levels in your stomach and can be killed easily.

Prebiotics, on the other hand, are non-digestive food ingredients that nourish your gut and promote the growth of good bacteria.

How do the PrebioThrive Ingredients Work?

This supplement contains five fiber-rich ingredients that are known to promote healthy digestion:

  • Acacia Gum: This plant contains more fiber by weight than any other food on the planet.
  • Flaxseed: This food is rich in fiber as well as Omega-3. It also has powerful antioxidant properties.
  • Guar Gum: Rich in fiber, this plant normalizes the moisture content in your stool.
  • Agave Insulin: Although it has a sweet and delicious taste, the Agave Insulin has minimal impact on your blood sugar level.`
  • Galacto-oligosaccharides: This prebiotic has been shown to improve mineral absorption and improve the functions of your immune system.

How to Take PrebioThrive?

One scoop of PrebioThrives contains just 25 calories, less than one gram of sugar, 7 grams of carbs, and 7 grams of dietary fiber (that’s 28% of the recommended daily value.)

All you have to do is take one scoop of this formula and mix it with water, tea, smoothie or any beverage of your choice. Gundry MD recommends that you take PrebioThrive first thing in the morning. For maximum effects, he also recommends taking it together with a probiotic.

Is PrebioThrive Safe?

PrebioThrive uses only 100% natural ingredients. The content of every batch is formulated in the US at their CGMP-certified facility. Then, a 3rd party lab, tests it once again for purity and dosage. The formula is also sugar-free, soy-free, lecithin-free, and artificial sweetener-free.

To our knowledge, there aren’t any side effects to taking PrebioThrive. There aren’t any limitations either. As a supplement designed to improve the health of the gastrointestinal system,

PrebioThrive can be taken by anyone who wants to improve their digestion and overall well-being.

However, you need to remember that this is just a dietary supplement, not a medicine. Therefore, it can’t and shouldn’t be used to treat serious health conditions nor replace prescription meds.

Overall, PrebioThrive is safe to take, and you will not experience any side effects. But, just to be on the safe side, consult with your physician before including any supplements in your diet.

How Much Does PrebioThrive Cost?

One bottle of PrebioThrive costs $79, and it will last you for 30 days. The shipping is free.

Gundry MD has so much confidence in the effectiveness of PrebioThrive that he’ll offer a 90-days money back guarantee deal. If after 90 days you don’t see a noticeable change in your digestion and are not satisfied with the results, they will give you your money back.

All you have to do is contact one of their support reps, and they’ll refund you fast and hassle-free.

About Gundry MD

Dr. Steven Gundry is a well-known name in the world of supplements. He worked for over three decades as a heart surgeon and medical researcher. He has extensive knowledge in the medical field, which gives him a lot of legitimacy.

Parting Thoughts

In theory, you could get fiber from your diet without spending $79 on a special supplement. The problem is that most people today eat foods rich in fats and sugar, and not enough fruits, vegetables, and nuts.

If you know your diet isn’t as healthy as it should be, then it would be wise to include Prebiothrive in your regime. Make sure to mix it with probiotic supplements or foods to supercharge your digestive system.

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Is there any research regarding PrebioThrive and EOE? My adult son has been diagnosed and is having a difficult time finding foods he can eat and is having trouble gaining weight to get to a healthy weight. Please share any studies or information you may have on the effect on EOE (Eosinophilic esophagitis) when taking your product. Thank you!

John and Peggy Gugino

We listened to your talk about lectins and how bad they are. Why are you not addressing the removal of lectins from your digestive system with the use of certain specific sugars, such as N-acetyl glucosamine? We ordered the PrebioThrive with the assumption that it would be addressing the Lectin issue as well as the prebiotic issue.

I have not had an issue with the bloating or diarrhea, but my weight gain is off the charts. In six months I have gained 18 pounds and I’ve actually decreased my food intake and lightened my diet considerably. I am still using the product although I have cut the scoop to one half as I appreciate other benefits. I’m still hoping the weight gain will stop and subside but I’m afraid I will be forced to discontinue it for that to happen.

I suffered severe diarrhea the day after taking this just once, then abdominal pain for two days afterwards, and I am fearful of taking it again.

Hi Sue! Aria from Gundry MD here. Thank you for letting us know about your experience with Prebiothrive so far! I am so sorry to hear that you are having this reaction when taking Prebiothrive. We do always suggest that you consult your primary physician prior to consuming any new supplement to ensure that you do not experience any interactions with other medication you might be taking. While a majority of our customers love the benefits of Prebiothrive, we do understand that it is not for everyone. I would love to offer you a full refund, just for giving our product a try. Please feel free to e-mail me directly at [email protected] and I can begin this process right away!

Your symptoms may well be due to the “agave inulin” in the product, it can be extremely irritating to anyone with IBS, borderline / undiagnosed IBS, or anyone with fructose malabsorption.

Makes me wonder if they know what they’re talking about when they don’t know it’s Agave INULIN not INSULIN. Not the same thing at all. And it does have side effects. For me, within hours I had terrible flattulance and repeated visits to the bathroom. Too much fiber at once and guar gum doesn’t settle well for a lot of people.

Hi Maureen! Aria from Gundry MD here. Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. Gundry MD did not create the product description listed above… It was created by Healthyme123.com so we do not have any control of the product description. Our complete and correct product description can be found on our website, http://www.gundrymd.com! I am so sorry to hear that you did not experience the results you had expected when using Prebiothrive. We do always suggest that you consult your primary physician prior to starting any new product to ensure that you do not experience any interactions. I can most definitely give you a full refund, just for giving our product a fair try, regardless of how long it’s been. Please feel free to e-mail me directly at [email protected] and I can begin the refund process immediately!

So far I like the results. Lost fat not muscle without really trying and seem to have more energy.

7 grams of fiber in 1 scoop? No wonder people are having problems with nausea and bloat!

Jane, I’m Aria from Gundry MD. I am so sorry to hear that you are having this experience with Prebiothrive. I would love to offer you a refund just for giving our product a try. Please e-mail me directly at [email protected] and I can begin the refund process right away! I look forward to hearing from you!

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