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Win the Battle Between Good vs Bad Gut Bacteria

The Prebiotin family of nutritional supplements are all-natural, plant-based, full-spectrum prebiotic fiber supplements.
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Your Story. Your Solution.

Your microbiome health affects everything in your life…

We focus on helping you achieve a lifetime of great gut health with our premier prebiotic fiber.

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Prebiotics vs Probiotics

What are they and why you probably need both.

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Boost Your Immunity With All-Natural Chicory Root Fiber !

Dr. Frank Jackson explains how your gut health impacts your immunity

Research & Clinical Studies Using Prebiotin

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“Prebiotin altered gut microbiome composition, and significantly lowered stress.” Dr. Leigh Greathouse, Baylor College of Medicine
A fiber intervention to prevent weight gain and reduce stress levels for physicians in training
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“We are excited about this opportunity to examine the effects of Prebiotin on outcomes connecting the brain to the gut in people with schizophrenia,” Deanna L. Kelly, Pharm.D, BCPP, Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Treatment Research Program at the MPRC, UMB
“Prebiotic Treatment in People with Schizophrenia,” – human trial - University of Maryland
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"It is exciting to be working with a team of outstanding, world renowned investigators to identify the most effective treatment for one of the most vulnerable patient populations that we know of" - Dominic Raj, M.D., director of the division of nephrology and professor of medicine at the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences
The Microbiome and p-Inulin in Hemodialysis: A Feasibility Study - George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences
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Recent Blog Posts

By Gabiele Amersbach, Prebiotin Science Writer
Updated December 17, 2020

Once again, gut bacteria could be the culprit in a major illness. Scientists have recently determined how ill you become with COVID-19 and how many persistent symptoms you experience is linked to the composition of your gut. Improving your gut health may be a vital step to reduce your vulnerability to the virus and other diseases.

Researchers at The Chinese University of Hong Kong found that patients who were ill with COVID-19 had a very different gut composition than those patients who were uninfected.

By Gabiele Amersbach, Prebiotin Science Writer
Updated February 22, 2021

What many thought would be a few months of discomfort, has grown into worldwide pandemic that continues to rage. A year later, we are still facing lockdowns, financial hardship, and grief, both at lost loved ones, and those who are locked out of our lives.

Currently, in the U.S. we have documented 28,599,137 cases, with 507,500 deaths (as of February 19). Less publicized are the thousands of survivors who continue to have symptoms. Researchers have found more than 75% of people who were hospitalized continue to have symptoms,

By Gabriele Amersbach, Prebiotin Science Writer
Updated March 3, 2020

All of us feel sad or down sometimes. These feelings may be the result of life circumstances, from a lost job to the death of a close family member or friend. Other times we are not clear why we feel sad—we may have a genetic vulnerability to depression, faulty mood regulation by the brain, or even a chemical reaction to specific medications.

For some of us, the feelings of sadness lift quickly. Sometimes we have a “perfect storm” of several factors coming together to lead us into a major depression.