Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics honored as EIGHT-TIME Winner of Better Nutrition Magazine’s “BEST OF SUPPLEMENTS” Award
Posted On: January 4, 2017 Categories:Mentions in the Media,
Sep 15, 2015
For the Japanese the number ‘8’ symbolizes wealth, diversity and energy. These descriptors correspond significantly to Dr. Ohhira’s renowned probiotic formula. It all begins with a wealth of fresh herbs, fruits, mushrooms and vegetables, and, of course, clean, clear spring water. A diversity of bacterial strains are added and encouraged to flourish through the patience of a multi-year natural temperature fermentation process that produces a probiotic like no other on the market today.
Better Nutrition Magazine selected Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics® innovative formula as 2015 ‘Best of Supplements’ Award Winner in the Probiotic Category for the EIGHTH consecutive time, making Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics the only probiotic supplement ever to achieve this honor. A representative from Better Nutrition Magazine will present the Award during the Natural Products Expo EAST held Sept. 17-20 in Baltimore, MD.
To select the winning products, the editors of Better Nutrition Magazine conducted retailer surveys, as well as tallied up readers and staffers votes. The Better Nutrition Supplement Advisory Board, consisting of naturopathic physicians, health writers and nutrition educators, considered the nominated supplements quality of ingredients, reputation and the science behind the products. The award winners are being featured in the November 2015 issue of Better Nutrition Magazine.
Iichiroh Ohhira, Ph.D., one of Japan’s leading microbiologists formulated this product and over 30 years of university-based, scientific research studies has proven it to be strong, safe and effective in dealing with digestive distress. Established in 2000, EFI Incorporated is the sole distributor of Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics® products in the United States and has now expanded it’s line to Reg’Activ containing ME-3, the Glutathione generating probiotic that allows your body to produce the ‘Master Oxidant’ needed to heal itself.