BrainBiotic™ Brain Health Probiotics

Probiotics For Your Brain
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$29.95
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Probiotics For Your Brain
Rated 4.7 out of 5
9 Ratings

Brainbiotic™ is premium blend of probiotic strains designed to support the gut - brain axis. Research suggests that the probiotic strains in Brainbiotic™ are associated with increased brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), memory enhancement, and relief of stress-related symptoms.†

  • Gut-Brain Axis Optimizer
  • Defeat Brain Fog
  • Memory Support
  • Stress Relief

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Ingredients

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Lacto P. offers robust probiotic support against inflammatory compounds associated with impaired memory and cognitive decline. The strain has also been shown to increase BDNF to support the health and growth of new brain cells.

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Daily use of this strain has been shown to support gut bacteria associated with positive mood states. The cultures accomplish this by relieving stress-related gut inflammation and increasing production of calming neurotransmitters in the gut to support a positive mood and relieve stress.

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This unique strain is known to increase levels of the all-star brain growth hormone, brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF). Higher levels of BDNF are associated with increased intelligence, positive mood, productivity, memory, as well as a decreased risk of various neurodegenerative mental states.

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Daily use of this strain has been shown to support gut bacteria associated with positive mood states. The cultures accomplish this by relieving stress-related gut inflammation and increasing production of calming neurotransmitters in the gut to support a positive mood and relieve stress.

Lactobacillus Plantarum

2 billion CFU

Lacto P. offers robust probiotic support against inflammatory compounds associated with impaired memory and cognitive decline. The strain has also been shown to increase BDNF to support the health and growth of new brain cells.

Lactobacillus Helveticus

2.7 billion CFU

Daily use of this strain has been shown to support gut bacteria associated with positive mood states. The cultures accomplish this by relieving stress-related gut inflammation and increasing production of calming neurotransmitters in the gut to support a positive mood and relieve stress.

Lactobacillus Brevis

1 billion CFU

This unique strain is known to increase levels of the all-star brain growth hormone, brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF). Higher levels of BDNF are associated with increased intelligence, positive mood, productivity, memory, as well as a decreased risk of various neurodegenerative mental states.

Bifidobacterium Longum

0.3 billion CFU

Daily use of this strain has been shown to support gut bacteria associated with positive mood states. The cultures accomplish this by relieving stress-related gut inflammation and increasing production of calming neurotransmitters in the gut to support a positive mood and relieve stress.

Suggested Use

Take 1-2 capsules per day, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What makes BrainBiotic better than Probiotic Supplements?

BrainBiotic improves upon commercial probiotic supplements in three important ways:

Strain Specificity

Many conventional probiotic supplements on the market today follow a “blanket” approach to their formulations. This means many different strains (up to 30 in some cases) are included in a single formula. To the consumer, the concept of more = better is appealing, but the reality is that not all probiotic strains are created equal. Many strains are included as fillers, with little to no studied benefits at all. Other strains may even be problematic to those sensitive to the side effects of histamines. BrainBiotic was formulated on results of over 5,000 scientific studies, which collectively suggest that selecting the specific probiotic strains with proven health benefits is a better approach than mixing and matching many different strains with no specific purpose.

BrainBiotic includes only the very best probiotic strains known to support the gut-brain axis to achieve mood, memory, and cognitive health benefits.

Shelf-Stable.

BrainBiotic™ is fully shelf-stable and requires no refrigeration. Probiotics are living, fragile organisms susceptible to damage from temperature and moisture, and unless they are properly manufactured and stored, they can easily lose their potency and effectiveness. To ensure maximum potency and stability, BrainBiotic™ uses a freeze-drying process which eliminates moisture and keeps cultures in-tact and shelf stable. Freeze drying temporarily arrests the growth of the bacteria and eliminates moisture. Once ingested, the moisture from your gut reactivates their growth and activity in the gut microbiome. We also use an oxygen resistant sealed glass bottle which minimizes temperature, humidity, and light.

No filler ingredients.

Many probiotic supplements on the market contain up to 90% filler ingredients, with just 10% of the formula coming from the active ingredients that provide all the benefits. Fillers can include the individual strains themselves (strains that are cheaper and or provide weaker health benefits) or filler ingredients such as maltodextrin, rice flour, magnesium stearate, or otherwise unnecessary “bulk” to fill the supplement capsules.

BrainBiotic™ contains only 4 probiotic strains that are most linked to improvements in mood, memory, brain health, and gut function. Our capsules are small and easy to swallow because there are no unnecessary filler ingredients or additives, making BrainBiotic™ one of the purest, most potent probiotics available today.

How does BrainBiotic target the Gut-Brain Axis?

The probiotic strains in BrainBiotic target the Gut-Brain Axis in a few ways.

  • Increased brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF)
  • Support neurotransmitter production
  • Inflammation support
  • Healthy gut function

Collectively these mechanisms contribute to benefits related to mood, stress-relief, memory, brain health, and gut function.

What is the Gut-Brain Axis? Why is it important?

The Gut-Brain Axis is the biochemical signaling that takes places between the gastrointestinal tract (your gut) and the central nervous system (your brain). 

This link is important because the function of one organ has been shown to directly influence function of the other. Disruption or imbalance of your gut microbiome can lead to mental imbalances such as poor mood, memory issues, stress or anxiety. Your gut flora play a large role in the gut-brain axis, and probiotics like those included in BrainBiotic™ have been shown to support this connection, and in turn, lend support to mood, anxiety-relief, memory, and cognitive health.

How many CFU's does BrainBiotic have?

BrainBiotic™ contains approximately 6 billion CFUs.

Why doesn't BrainBiotic have to be refrigerated like other Probiotics?

BrainBiotic™ is formulated using a special freeze-drying technology. 

This process eliminates moisture and significantly improves potency and shelf-life. Freeze drying the probiotic cultures temporarily arrests their growth, while keeping them fully intact and stable. Once the BrainBiotic™ capsules are ingested and make it to your gut, the natural moisture from the gut reactivates the dormant cultures, enabling them to grow and support your microbiome with maximum effectiveness.

When should I take my Probiotic Supplement?

Unless otherwise specified, Probiotic supplements can be taken at any time of day, with or without food.

Are there any Probiotic Side Effects?

We have not heard any reports of probiotic side effects from cultures in BrainBiotic™. 

Side effects from general probiotic use may include gas, diarrhea, bloating, or gastrointestinal discomfort, but these adverse effects typically subside after a few days of probiotic use once your gut adjusts to the new bacterial strains.

What are the main benefits of taking a Probiotic?

Probiotic offer a wide range of benefits including (but not limited to):

  • Improved digestion
  • Memory support
  • Immune support
  • Inflammation support
  • Stress-relief
  • Balanced mood
  • Relief from depressive symptoms
  • Reduced food intolerances or allergic responses

Who is BrainBiotic for?

BrainBiotic™ is for normal, health-conscious individuals living a modern lifestyle who want an easy, effective way to improve gut health and support brain health at the same time.

What other Natural Stacks work well with BrainBiotic?

BrainBiotic™ is compatible with all Natural Stacks product and can safely be taken alongside our entire catalog of supplements.

For superior gut support, we recommend taking Prebiotic+ Resistant Starch. For advanced gut support, it’s best to take a PRE-biotic and a PRO-biotic.  

Probiotics are the living cultures in your gut microbiome that help make enzymes, neurotransmitters, and hormones that send signals throughout the body. 

Prebiotics such as fiber or resistant starch are not living bacterial cultures, but function as “food” or “fertilizer” for gut bacteria. By taking both prebiotics and probiotics, you’re able to introduce healthy new bacteria and give them the nutrition they need to grow and thrive in the gut microbiome.

PRE-biotics are fuel for your PRO-biotics.

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Love this, I've experienced more energy & overall well being. Tried on a whim but will definitely be adding to my stack!

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A Clean Probiotic with a Specific Purpose

I was delighted to find a product that is clean (without all of the junk typically found in other probiotics) and addresses both the gut and the brain. Excited to see the long-term benefits.

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Best probiotic I've tried

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My New Favorite Probiotic!

I've tried so many probiotics but they all seemed to upset my stomach. BrainBiotic is the first one that I've tried that absolutely does not upset my stomach.

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This is a great new addition to the Natural Stacks lineup. Well done!

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Citations & References

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Steenbergen, Laura, et al. "A randomized controlled trial to test the effect of multispecies probiotics on cognitive reactivity to sad mood." Brain, behavior, and immunity 48 (2015): 258-264.

†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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