Digestive Health

Progurt Review | Healthy Bacteria

Those of you who struggle with IBS may depend on healthy bacteria yoghurts for curbing stomach pain. Unfortunately, many of them are useless and simply do not do what they say on the tin.

Take Yakult, for example. What absolute garbage. It doesn’t work for me, but please do tell me if I’m wrong.

Progurt, on the other hand, is something a little different.


Rather than coming ready liquidified, it comes in powder form, with just the right amount of healthy bacteria per sachet. All you have to do is add to a glass of water or fruit juice.

Side note: it’s easy to forget how sensitive gut flora is. In the hopes of regulating good bacteria in the gut, you could be causing an imbalance of good/bad bacteria and actually causing more stomach upset. Getting the right balance is key.

The probiotic formula ensures that are more good bacteria than bad bacteria, but not too much either way. This means digestion is made easier and bloating is reduced not just for a short while, but for hours afterwards. Complete meals can be eaten and enjoyed without any discomfort.

Progurt is also all-natural, with the strains specifically chosen for their high potency. The formula itself is exemplary when compared with others in the market as the isolates are attuned to natural gut flora – rather than plant or animal-based isolates in other probiotics – that their results are super long-lasting.

Another benefit, as a result, is that they are suitable for vegans and vegetarians. You also won’t find any additives, fillers, chemicals, synthetic substances, or other harmful compounds in the formula.

DIY yoghurt: Use the sachet to make your own yoghurt and incubate over 12 to 14 hours in UHT Milk or high quality coconut cream as a dairy alternative. The result is a thick, luxurious gut-friendly yoghurt. Their site has a really useful page for making your own yog. Yum!

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