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Not sure, anything with a whole bunch of chemical names never appealed to me to feed my dog. I just go to Publix and buy their big tub of plain yogurt because I know how much to feed the dog, plus, if there's any left that needs to be eaten, my son and I can finish it off! :D
 

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Sarah Hall said:
...anything with a whole bunch of chemical names never appealed to me...
I don't see where you found that it had a bunch of chemical names. Can you tell me where you found that :?:
 

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Kristen Cabe said:
Sarah Hall said:
...anything with a whole bunch of chemical names never appealed to me...
I don't see where you found that it had a bunch of chemical names. Can you tell me where you found that :?:
Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium longum.......

........in a coating (delivery system) of palm oil, gelatin, vegetable glycerin, soy lecithin, and pectin.

Basically, probiotics in a capsule, IMO.

If you accept their premise about more live bacilli getting to where you want them this way, and want to pay for it, then I guess why not? And I'm not suggesting that I do or do not accept it; I've never researched their idea about stomach acids and lactobacillus acidophilus.
 

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Connie Sutherland said:
Kristen Cabe said:
Sarah Hall said:
...anything with a whole bunch of chemical names never appealed to me...
I don't see where you found that it had a bunch of chemical names. Can you tell me where you found that :?:
Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium longum.......

........in a coating (delivery system) of palm oil, gelatin, vegetable glycerin, soy lecithin, and pectin.

Basically, probiotics in a capsule, IMO.

If you accept their premise about more live bacilli getting to where you want them this way, and want to pay for it, then I guess why not? And I'm not suggesting that I do or do not accept it; I've never researched their idea about stomach acids and lactobacillus acidophilus.

Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacteriumlongum aren't chemicals; they are the actual "live cultures." The coating is natural stuff, too. That's where I got lost, because Sarah said she saw that it was made of a 'bunch of chemicals,' and all I could find is what you posted, Connie. It IS probiotics in a capsule; no opinion there - they state it on the website that that's just what it is.

I have no idea about stomach acids and the live cultures either. I also don't know how much these things cost, but I did request a free sample just to check them out.
 
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