Should a woman take a probiotic daily?
Women can benefit from taking a daily probiotic—see the question below for more details on the benefits. Still, it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor before making any dietary changes or starting a new supplement, including probiotics.
What do probiotics do for women’s health?
If you’re like most people, chances are you can benefit from including probiotics in your daily routine—doing so supports digestive and immune health.*
Factors like everyday stress, less-than-optimal dietary choices, taking antibiotics, exposure to environmental toxins and even normal aging can impact your gut microbiome. Taking probiotics is a great way to keep things balanced in your favor for digestive health support.*
Certain womens’ probiotics can also help maintain urinary health and healthy vaginal pH levels. Look for a supplement with strains clinically studied to support both, like Women’s Care 25 Billion.*
When is the best time to take a probiotic capsule?
You can take your Renew Life Women’s Care Probiotic any time of day, with or without food.
What does 25 billion CFU mean?
CFU stands for “colony-forming unit.” This is a measure of the number of live and active microorganisms in one serving of a probiotic supplement. In microbiology, a colony refers to individual colonies of bacteria or yeast growing together. Though CFU count isn’t the only indicator of a probiotic’s potency or efficacy, the most effective formulas typically provide at least 10 billion CFU per serving.
With 25 billion CFU per serving, Renew Life Women’s Care Probiotic 25 Billion is a great choice for women who want everyday support for digestive, urinary and immune health, plus help balancing healthy vaginal pH levels.*
† L. rhamnosus GG strain, PubMed Clinical Trials, September 2021.
±L. reuteri RC-14® and L. rhamnosus GR-1® strains, PubMed Clinical Trials September 2021