Probiotic formulations are no longer just limited to acute use, such as replacing the good bacteria in the gut destroyed by antibiotics. They are being increasingly used to keep the gut generally healthy regularly, thereby contributing to overall better health and wellness.

However, according to Professor Leon Dicks, head of the probiotic and antimicrobial peptide laboratory in the Department of Microbiology at Stellenbosch University, your probiotic should be gluten-free. This is especially true for those suffering from gluten-related disorders or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

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