Member’s Mark 4X Probiotic Review #CBias @Samsclub
As a refresher, and I won’t go into all of the details, but I have been lactose intolerant since birth and during my teen years had my gallbladder removed. On top of that I also inherited some other “fun” digestion issues from my dad’s side.
I’m always nervous about trying new things that may “jack” with my restroom schedule. I will say that I noticed an increased frequency of bowel movements. That didn’t seem like such a good thing to me, as I never really had a problem in that area. After a few days, this subsided.The first few days did increase my restroom attendance but then normalized after that. No cause for concern just a bit more frequent. (Your experience may differ.)
I have noticed less bloating and a since of feeling “lighter”. If you’re looking for a diet type supplement this is not it but if you’re wanting to improve your overall digestion (problems or not) this would be a great supplement to add to your routine. Besides the feeling I received one of my favorite things about these pills is that they are labled by days. No questions about did you take it but more of what day is it?
Like I said before, Member’s Mark is a Sam’s Club Brand so you can only purchase it at Sam’s Club. We have a membership so it’s very convient for me. The 3 month supply is only $28.88 at my nearest club. So you’re looking at $0.34/pill Compare that to perscriptions or even competitor brands!
Fact’s about the product:
- 4x Probiotic Digestive Care Supplement is available in a 6 week supply at Sams Club.
- Probiotics are bacteria that our bodies need to help maintain a healthy digestive system. They can also contribute to the support of immune system functions.
- The body needs beneficial bacteria for digestive system health. As we age, this good bacteria reduces. Add that to stress and a poor diet and the microflora in our system can reduce and leave us feeling unhealthy.
- This product contains 4 strains of natural beneficial bacteria: Bifidobacterium infantis, Bifidobacterium lactis, Bifodobacterium lungum and Bifodobaterium bifidum.