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About probiotic drinks

Probiotics are live yeasts and bacteria that are beneficial for your health. Probiotics are especially good for your digestive system, but they can also improve urinary tract and vaginal health, skin conditions, and oral health. Probiotics may also help prevent allergies and colds. Probiotics are commonly found in dairy products like yogurt and some cheeses, but there's a growing interest in probiotic drinks as well.

You can order probiotic drinks from many retailers through Instacart. If you're looking for an easy way to improve your health, these beverages might do the trick. Instacart's same-day delivery makes it easy to get what you need without the time and effort of a trip to the store.

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FAQs about probiotic drinks

In most cases, it's fine to enjoy probiotic drinks daily. However, you should keep in mind that probiotics are not a cure or medical treatment for any serious health condition. If you're dealing with serious digestive issues, persistent yeast infections, or another problem that may be improved upon with probiotics, you should speak with your doctor. A healthcare professional can help you determine whether probiotics might help and if there's any reason to be concerned about drinking probiotic beverages too often.

If you're in good health, a daily probiotic drink may help you maintain your health. Some people have loose stools the first day or two when they start enjoying probiotic drinks, but this will usually resolve quickly. If you have this problem, try enjoying your probiotic drink after a meal to lessen the symptom.

When you're selecting a probiotic drink, it's helpful to check the nutrition facts. Look for the strain of bacteria featured in the beverage. The best options are often those that contain several different strains and cultures. These probiotics can more effectively address a broad range of potential health concerns. A product like Siggi's or Lifeway Kefir offers multiple strains of probiotics.

Look for the calories and sugar content on the label as well. Probiotic drinks come in many different flavors to help them appeal to a wider audience. In some cases, there are a lot of added sugars involved in getting these flavors. If you don't mind the tangy taste of probiotic drinks in their natural state, this is preferable to a drink with a lot of added sugar.

CFUs are Colony-forming Units. This indicates how many viable cells, or active microorganisms, are included in a probiotic product. CFUs are measured per gram or per milliliter. The recommended dose is 5 to 15 billion CFUs per serving of a probiotic drink or supplement. Depending on your health goals, you might choose to take probiotics a few days a week to maintain gut health, or daily for a two-week period to combat a particular complaint, like a yeast infection.

A dose smaller than 5 billion CFUs is ineffective for most purposes. If your probiotic drink doesn't have enough CFUs in it, you may enjoy the flavor, but you probably won't get notable health benefits.

Yes! Probiotics are available in many forms. If probiotic drinks aren't for you, you can try taking a simple probiotic supplement. Probiotics are also available in a wide range of foods. Some options you might try include:
  • Yogurt: Make sure the label specifies "live and active cultures."
  • Pickles: A pickle brined in water and sea salt rather than vinegar may have probiotics.
  • Sauerkraut: A raw or non-pasteurized sauerkraut is the best option for probiotics.
  • Sourdough bread: Traditionally made sourdough contains probiotics from the fermented flour.
  • Cheese: Aged cheeses that are not heated may have probiotics. Consider Edam, Gouda, or cottage cheese.
You should check the packaging for information about probiotics. Some conventional grocery store foods do not maintain active live probiotics, but some health food and specialty brands will have them.

You can find probiotics in many places. Ordering through Instacart, you can select probiotic drinks as well as supplements, yogurt, and other food products. Just use the Instacart app or website to find participating retailers and start scrolling through your options. You could have delicious probiotic drinks delivered to your door today!