Probiotics are found anywhere from snacks to dairy products to beverages. Probiotics are proven to improve health, but a product labeled with probiotics does not mean your body can absorb it all unless you’re consuming probiotic chocolate.*
Probiotics are now proven to have a much higher survival rate in chocolate, meaning they’ll make it through digestion and into the small intestines where they’ll go to work on improving your health.* Studies show that chocolate infused with probiotics are capable of retaining three times more probiotics than their milk and yogurt drink counterparts!
With most probiotic products, the problem is stomach acid. When consuming milk and yogurt drinks found in your local grocery store containing probiotics, many of the probiotics are lost once the drink reaches your stomach due to high acidity. This means that only 20 percent of the probiotics initially consumed make it into the lower intestines.
Milk and yogurt drinks are tasty, but a healthy dose of probiotics that will survive digestion is a better way to balance your intestinal health.
Who knew chocolate could be so delicious and healthy at the same time? We did.
If you are considering consuming a probiotic check with your health care professional first, especially if you are pregnant or have a health condition.
*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.