I grew up in the Natural Foods Industry and have worked for some of the leading supplement manufacturers and I’ve always had access to the best probiotics, but I’ve never used anything that has given me the results that Amplified Probiotics has. From bowel regulation and GI health to immune enhancement, this is a phenomenal product. In a world full of probiotic product claims, this is the one that really delivers.

Brian W.

We went to the experts, the doctors and scientists who formulate the best probiotics in the industry, and asked them what the ultimate probiotic supplement would look like. 


What they said you should you look for in a probiotic supplement:


  • Potency
  • Clinically Studied and Durable Strains
  • Strain Diversity
  • An Effective Prebiotic
  • Refrigeration in the store and through the shipping process


Introducing Amplified Probiotics…

Amplified contains PreforPro™, a novel prebiotic that helps probiotics thrive without unpleasant side effects such as gas. If probiotics are like seeds in a garden, prebiotics are the fertilizer and nutrients that help them grow. PreforPro™ works fast and helps eliminate bad bacteria too.

Lactobacillus (acidophilus) and Bifido strains, which comprise most probiotic supplements, are basically dead if they are not shipped cold and kept refrigerated. Refrigeration keeps the good bacteria in a state of hibernation because we don’t want our probiotics to wake up and get to work until they’re in our gut. Amplified is always shipped in a refrigerated truck and immediately stored cold upon delivery in our stores.

The potency and durability of probiotic strains is more important than the CFU (colony forming units) count touted on product labels. In other words, quality is more important than quanity. With Amplified you get more of the strains that actually work and less of the cheap filler strains.

Amplified uses clinically studied strains of probiotics, such as DE111® Bacillus subtilis, at their clinically effective dose. This probiotic strain has several clinical studies demonstrating a wide range of health benefits. (Scroll down to learn more about DE111® Bacillus subtilis.)

Amplified Probiotics Strains and Their Key Benefits:

DE111® Bacillus subtilis

  • Forms spores which protect the microbes from harsh conditions until they enter an environment ripe for germination, such as the GI tract
  • Survives passage through the acidic environment of the stomach, remains viable under a wide temperature range, and doesn’t require refrigeration
  • Crowds out unwanted microbes such as Candida rugosa andcreates zones of inhibition for unwanted bacteria in the GI tract
  • Communicates with intestinal cells to maintain the gutbarrier’s function, preventing food particles (proteins, fats, sugars) from damaging the intestinal lining and causing leaky gut and discomfort

Prebiotic (PreforPro)

  • Revolutionary prebiotic that supports the growth of healthy bacteria in the gut through a mechanism that is not fiber or starch‐based, working within hours at small doses (15mg) whereas fiber-based prebiotics require high doses (grams), can cause flatulence, and take days or even weeks to work
  • Targets specific strains of bad bacteria (E. coli) and lyses (breaks down) the organism’s cell wall releasing nutrients into the environment which can be utilized by probiotics and other favorable bacteria of the GI tract
  • Clears out space in the gut for good bacteria to flourish
  • Utilizes a bacteriophage which only interacts with microorganisms and does not harm human cells

Bacillus coagulans (LactoSpore®)

  • Clinically studied LactoSpore®, Bacillus coagulans MTCC 5856, a rod-shaped, gram positive, spore-forming bacteria
  • Maintains viability during preparation, storage, passage through the stomach, and onwards to the small intestine where beneficial germination can occur
  • Produces bacteriocin-like substances and generates an acidic micro-environment that is harmful for many pathogenic microbes

Lactobacillus plantarum

  • Commonly found in the food industry (dairy products,sauerkraut, pickled vegetables)
  • Produces lactic acid which encourages a more acidic environment, which in turn helps to inhibit less desirable microorganisms
  • Demonstrates high levels of survival in the human intestine as well as high resistance to bile salts, gastrointestinal enzymes and acids

Bifidobacterium longum

  • Reduces the frequency of gastrointestinal disorders (diarrhea, nausea, etc.) during antibiotic use
  • Prevents colonization of intestines by other pathogens which compete for nutrients/attachment sites
  • Produces acids which lower pH of the intestines and thereby inhibit undesirable microbes
  • Inhibits specific bacteria that alter nitrates to potentially harmful and carcinogenic nitrites
  • Produces certain B vitamins

Lactobacillus acidophilus

  • A well-studied strain that thrives in acidic environments
  • Produces natural antibiotics such as lactocidin, acidophilin, etc., making it antimicrobial against Staph, Salmonella, E. coli, and Candida.

Lactobacillus gasseri

  • Provides health benefits such as bacteriocin production, antimicrobial activity, and immunomodulation of the innate and adaptive systems

Lactobacillus brevis

  • Produces lactic acid, natural antibacterial substances and is important in the synthesis of vitamins D and K

Lactobacillus rhamnosus

  • Colonizes, acidifies and protects the small intestine and can quickly establish itself in the large intestine
  • Creates anaerobic conditions which favor implantation of Bifidobacteria and inhibit growth of Streptococci and Clostridia
  • Produces lactic acid and favorably affects lactose intolerance

Bifidobacterium animalis lactis

  • Inhabits the intestines and colons of humans improving GI health through enhancing general immunity, regularity and digestion through secondary enzymatic production

Lactobacillus casei

  • Produces lactic acid and creates environmental conditions that are unfavorable to other bacteria.

Lactobacillus salivarius

  • Normalizes gut flora of those with chronic bowel conditions (IBS, etc.)
  • Shows potential as an effective H. pylori inhibitor

Bifidobacterium breve

  • Produces conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) which helps burn fat, increase lean muscle mass, and may have anticarcinogenic effects.

Lactobacillus paracasei

  • Produces bacteriocins, which inhibit growth of pathogenic bacteria in the small intestine
  • Colonizes within the small intestines and mouth

Streptococcus thermophilus

  • Often found in dairy production (specifically yogurt with L. bulgaricus) and enhances digestion of milk sugar through production of the enzyme lactase
  • Produces lactic acid as the main product of fermentable carbohydrates

Bifidobacterium lactis

  • Effective in resisting stomach acid
  • Promotes regularity
  • Shown to aid in the reduction of inflammatory response in the colon
  • Protects epithelial cells from damage caused by gliadin exposure

For fast-acting digestive relief all in a single capsule, come by Nature’s Outlet and try Amplified Probiotics today!