Skeptic Turned Supporter: My NuCulture Challenge Results

This post was written by the Experimental Mommy in partnership with iConnect and Alternascript. All opinions remain 100% mine.

Earlier this month, I told you about a new probiotic launching on June 6th from Alternascript called NuCulture.  I made no apologies for being a skeptic but when the bottle arrived I will admit that my curiosity got the better of me. To recap:

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NuCulture contains 5 probiotic strains, each patented, extensively clinically studied in double blind placebo controlled studies on healthy human populations, and formulated to a clinically effective CFU to actually work.

When the product arrived, I was surprised that it did not have to be refrigerated like some priobiotics on the market. I also loved that it came with an informative pamphlet explaining the benefits of regularly taking the supplement. Opening the bottle, I was pleased to see that the size of the pill was not huge and I could easily swallow it without an aftertaste either.

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I have been taking NuCulture for about two weeks now and I am happy to report that not only have I had ZERO side effects but I have honestly felt better. The bloated, sluggish feeling is disappearing which is great since we are headed to a beach vacation soon!  While it’s only been two weeks, I started feeling the benefits just after a few days and I can’t wait to see what happens over the next several months of continuing the probiotic.

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If you want to give NuCulture a try, they are offering a 14 day completely free trial including free shipping! NuCulture is now available as a subscription and each bottle contains 30 capsules and is $47.89 per month.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Results may vary. While I liked the product, it is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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