Master Supplements Blog

  1. How to Choose the Best Probiotic Supplement in 6 Easy Steps

    Nobody wants to spend money on a product that's worthless. And, in the world of probiotics, identifying which probiotic is more potent and efficacious han the next can be a difficult maze to navigate. So, how can you determine which probiotic is best for you? Well, we've identified a few factors that can help you determine which probiotic best suits...
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  2. A Bio-Cleanse For Occasional Constipation: The Complete Guide Using Probiotics and Enzymes

    Have you or someone in your family been experiencing occasional constipation? Are you sick and tired of trying lots of ineffective treatments? If that sounds like you, then you’ll be happy you’ve found this post. By the end of it you’re going to recognize the causes of occasional constipation, what probiotics and enzymes are, and why they may help alleviate...
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  3. The differences between Theralac, TruBifido, and Truflora

    The prospect of evaluating every probiotic available and trying to figure out which one is best for you seems like a challenge. With so many options, how can you make a decision? With the introduction of TruBifido, Master Supplements now has three (okay, technically four) probiotic supplements. We developed TruBifido to colonize your colon with a powerful dose of Bifidobacteria...
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  4. Theralac and TruFlora: The Biofilm Slayers

    One of the greatest revelations of recent times discovered that 90 percent of the cells in human body were not human at all. The vast majority of cells that live on and within the body are actually a teeming universe of diverse microorganisms. We have communities of microbes everywhere. They are living on all our mucous surfaces, on and in...
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  5. Probiotic CFU Explained

    A CFU is a bacterial colony that grows to visible size on a Petri dish containing a suitable agar. In the case of probiotics, we use MRS agar and the petri dishes, also known as plates, are incubated at body temperature (37 C) for 2-3 days or until visible colonies develop. Typically, a sample of a probiotic product is diluted...
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