Life 9

Need a reason to take probiotics? Here’s 17 billion. Find out why this needs to be stored in the refrigerator, even though it is shipped at room temperature.

The word probiotic comes from pro and biota, meaning “for life”. Indeed, probiotics are most definitely pro-life organisms. These bacteria support nearly every body system and promote health and wellness. 

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Instructor: Dr. Lindsey Elmore PHARMD, BCPS

What It’s For

Probiotics not only assist with digestion, they also help our bodies unlock nutrition from food. Life 9 provides baseline support for overall health and wellness, as well as immune system support. It also promotes healthy digestion, supports gut health, and helps maintain normal intestinal function.

Ingredient Highlights

Life 9 replaced the ever-popular supplement, Life 5. Its even more robust formula combines 17 billion live cultures from nine beneficial bacteria strains. These strains include Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, and Streptococcus.

Who Should Take Life 9

This product is perfect for anyone wanting to support good gut health. Anyone looking to improve digestion and immune system function can benefit from this powerful probiotic.

Companion Products

This supplement can be taken daily as part of a foundation nutrition program. Other products to consider include Master Formula and Super B Tablets. For digestive health, also check out DiGize Essential Oil Blend.

Don’t Have Life 9?

If you can’t get your hands on this supplement or if you don’t like swallow pills, try KidScents MightyPro instead.

Want to Learn More?

You may also want to check out this blog post, Health Benefits of Probiotics.

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Comments & Reviews

    • You want to separate Life 9 from other supplements so that all of the good bacteria from Life 9 can get into the gut and work, without anything else being in the gut also.

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  1. I read in a blog by Lindsey on what to do if Life 9 is out of stock, and she mentioned Master Formula or Sulfurzyme powder. So if I already take this and am traveling and won’t be able to bring my Life 9 due to refrigeration issues, will I be ok taking just taking my Master Formula for 2 weeks? I want to keep my gut as healthy as possible while traveling! Thanks!

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    • You can, Phylllis, if you would like to. Sulfurzyme Powder and Master Formula both contain Prebiotics, but not Probiotics. You can always take the MightyPro’s with you, as they have both pre and probiotics!

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    • Are they drinking enough water? Getting enough fiber in their diet? It could be that Life 9 may not be the perfect probiotic for them. . .

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  2. Loved this video. Nearly lost my life 5 years ago with a battle with c-diff….caused by, you guessed it, an ANTIBIOTIC! I was in the hospital icu for nearly 2 months, on a pic line, every major organ well into failure, with visitors who had to wear moon suits. That BAD BACTERIA is the real deal!!! Horrible!

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  3. A friend of mine says she was taking a probiotic that gave her migraines & had heard that this is a side effect of some probiotics. She was wondering if Life 9 might be the same. Do you happen to have any info on this topic?

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  4. Hello,
    I understand that there’s a need to have a gap of 8hr from inner defense for best results. May I know why? I do hear that it’s because inner defense has oils like oregano thyme that could affect the bacteria strain from life9 and life9 can’t differentiate good and bad bacteria.

    Also to add on, will oiling oregano affect our good gut bacteria?

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  5. Is there data on how many of those bacteria make it to the intestines? (not sure if I’m asking the question correctly but that is what a member is asking me. )

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  6. I have been told by a dietitian and another person that you should not take the same probiotic for more than 6 months. Is this true?

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