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In a study it failed all tests set by univercity college London
on 17 November 2015
It made my stomach bloat up and caused pain. I'm unsure why it has so many positive reviews. Perhaps its the placebo affect which I suppose means its still working in some sense.
Another review I read on here made me do a bit of online research about it and I found this article from the Telegraph-
The following is a snippet from the article stating that it failed all the tests that University college London set.
I am going to try and return mine.
Four of the eight — Align, Bio Balance, Bio-Kult and Probio7 — failed all of the tests. Yakult, a yogurt drink, contained the amount of bacteria claimed, but failed the other two stages, and its rival Actimel fell short on the number of bacteria surviving in the stomach. The only product to pass all three tests was Symprove, a water-based barley drink. Past studies have suggested probiotics could help with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) as well as coughs and colds in children and high blood pressure. The probiotic market is estimated to be worth almost £20'billion globally.