FAQ

8 Probiotics

Quite common! Many lifestyle factors favor undesirable microorganisms over beneficial bacteria in your intestinal tract including, but not limited to: stress, poor diet, alcohol, prescription drugs,... Read more
For long-term storage, yes, we highly recommend keeping your probiotics in the refrigerator. For short-term storage, like in transit to you from a refrigerated warehouse or while traveling,... Read more
The probiotic bacteria attach to the soft lining (wall) of your intestinal tract and help keep it healthy. The Lactobacillus ("lacto") strains are most active in the small intestine while the... Read more
No, Granular Theralac® does not dissolve completely in water. It is ideal to gently stir into a soft food such as applesauce or yogurt so the granules form a clear gel matrix, but it can be added to... Read more
CFU stands for Colony Forming Unit. It's the number of bacterial colonies that form on a petri dish and indicates a product's viability or strength. Only high potency probiotic products containing 10... Read more
Your intestinal tract contains over 100 trillion microorganisms from about 1,000 different species, mostly bacteria. Probiotic bacteria, including those in our products, have been used in dosages of... Read more
Your digestive tract is lined with trillions of bacteria, yeast, and various other microorganisms. Some are good for you and some are not. Probiotic bacteria work by attaching and adhere to the soft... Read more
Probiotics are live beneficial bacteria that promote the healthy structure and function of your digestive tract and immune system by colonizing the soft lining of your small and large intestine.... Read more

2 Prebiotics

Yes. FOS, or fructooligosaccharides, are prebiotic carbohydrates present in a whole host of foods that stimulate probiotic growth; however, FOS can cause gas in some individuals when taken as a... Read more
Prebiotics are foods or supplements that stimulate the growth of probiotic bacteria. Our probiotics contain two prebiotics: Lactostim, a prebiotic that works by emulsifying fats and rehydrating the... Read more

1 Enzymes

Yes. We recommend refrigeration to ensure potency through expiration.

2 Digestive Issues

Yes; however, we recommend separating our products from your antibiotic by three hours so they don't interfere with each other in the digestive tract.
It does not matter! Thanks to our patented delivery system, all the bacteria and enzymes will pass through the stomach unharmed with or without food or drink.

6 Shipping

Absolutely! Take a bottle on your next trip and place it in the refrigerator or a cool, dark place upon arriving at your destination. If either of those isn't an option, consider taking as many... Read more
We offer a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee for all orders placed directly with Master Supplements. If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, we encourage you to contact us to speak with one of... Read more
We do regular stability testing, including accelerated heat testing to make sure our products will be over the guaranteed potency regardless of temperature. If you are still concerned about summer... Read more
Probiotics are alive and require refrigeration for optimum stability and shelf-life. Our probiotics remain stable due to our Totally Inert Packaging (TIP): the capsules are packaged in double-sealed,... Read more
We do not. Our Totally Inert Packaging, which includes amber glass bottles, anti-oxygen and anti-moisture desiccant packets, a nitrogen flush, triple seal, and rayon wadding, provides optimum... Read more
We provide same day shipping for all orders placed before 3:00 P.M. Central Time. We ship using USPS Priority Mail so your order will arrive as quickly as possible. Typically, shipments arrive within... Read more