When you hear the term probiotics, you think of friendly bacteria that reside in the human gut and live there in a beneficial symbioses with us. In other words we both benefit from them being there. There are many probiotic foods such as Yogurt, Kefir, Sauerkraut, Dark Chocolate, Microalgae, Miso Soup, Pickles, Tempeh, Kimchi, Kombucha Tea. But the best and fastest way to add a complete mix of safe probiotics is from probiotic supplements. But if you start searching around for those supplements it seems everybody has their own formula which claims to be the best. How do you select the best if you are planning to buy some? The following article might be able to help as it's not trying to sell you anything. http://bigthink.com/think-tank/five...0_friendly_bacteria6_29_2012&utm_medium=email I'm hoping for anyone with first hand knowledge of using probiotics to make comments about how well the methods they used worked.