" />

Trustpilot Reviews

Does taking Microfase with Profase hurt the probiotics in Profase?

by Julie
(Ogden Ut)

I thought the Microfase would kill the probiotics in Profase.

Comments for Does taking Microfase with Profase hurt the probiotics in Profase?

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Mar 22, 2021
Rating
starstarstarstarstar

by: Dan

It could kill some but as this study points out, Pubmed Sibo Bacteria Study, the side effects are a lot less with herbs verses antibiotics; which suggests the side effect of good bacteria being killed is a lot less than you would think. We see the same thing clinically. Good bacteria just doesn't seem to be as susceptible to herbs as bad bacteria and people don't have near the side effects as antibiotics.


We also suggest that you take Microfase at a different time than Profase. For example, if taking Biofase and Profase, or Biofase alone, at least one hour before breakfast in the morning, take Microfase 30 minutes before breakfast and 30 minutes before dinner. Or take Microfase 30 minutes before lunch and dinner. You would then take Biofase and Profase again at bedtime.


Any other questions, please let us know.

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Harmful Bacteria Questions.


Search This Website


9-Step Clinically Proven Treatment Plan by Email

  • Step by step directions explaining what you should do and why.
  • Elevated Candida Antibody levels go to normal in a month.
  • The highest +4 stool test levels go to undetectable in 6 months or less.
  • Vaginal yeast infections clear up in record time.
  • Skin problems disappear before you know it.

  • Special Newsletter on bad bacteria, SIBO, and parasites.

  • Personal support from us at anytime if you need it.

  • Enter your name and email in the form below and we will email you the Plan.

  • Absolutely Free, No strings attached!

Newsletter Testimonials

I will not rent, sell, or share your information with anyone and I will always maintain your strict confidentiality. You can unsubscribe at anytime.


&autoLogAppEvents=1">