Yeastbiotic

60 vegetarian capsules

Buy two or more & save 5%

Yeastbiotic

60 vegetarian capsules

Buy two or more & save 5%

Smidge™ Yeastbiotic

  • May ease antibiotic side effects*

  • For occasional diarrhea & yeast issues*

  • Supports a healthy microbiome*

  • Can be taken during and after antibiotics

  • Non-GMO

  • Free of common allergens

Introducing our yeast-based probiotics, starring the beneficial yeast strain, Saccharomyces boulardii. For when you want to avoid the icky common side effects of antibiotics, like diarrhea, fatigue and brain fog.* Folks with Clostridium difficile (C. diff) and candida also use saccharomyces probiotics as guided by a practitioner.*

Smidge™ Yeastbiotic is pure and simple.
Small batch. Dairy and gluten-free.
And free of common allergens.

Each capsule contains pure S. boulardii, which is well-known for balancing candida issues. (Some supplement manufacturers substitute brewer's or baker's yeast for S. boulardii. Not Smidge™!)

You can take this saccharomyces boulardii probiotic supplement with your antibiotics (as guided by your healthcare provider), as it may not compromise the potency or effectiveness of the antibiotics.* So both can do their crucial jobs while you're on the mend.*

And even if you're not on antibiotics, Smidge™ Yeastbiotic can nourish your digestive system. Our customers tell us they often take it while following natural interventions, such as special diets for candida or other mild fungal overgrowths.*

60 capsules (2-month supply), 3+ billion CFUs per capsule

What does Yeastbiotic do?

Antibiotics will only attack bacteria, not yeast. People often have issues when on antibiotics, as they wipe out "good bacteria." And candida that has been lying dormant will take over along with an array of other unpleasant side effects.

S. boulardii, the friendly yeast strain found in Smidge™ Yeastbiotic, may prevent and treat diarrhea caused by antibiotics. It does this by gently crowding out troublesome microbes in the gut and augmenting the intestinal absorption of D-glucose and sodium, which may enhance the uptake of water and electrolytes during occasional diarrhea.*

S. boulardii may help with the fatigue and brain fog often caused by antibiotics, too.

But that's just the beginning. S. boulardii can do an enormous amount of work to keep you feeling good.* Studies show S. boulardii:

  • Supports intestinal health and the microbiome*

  • Preserves intestinal barrier function*

  • Supports the immune system*

  • May inhibit pathogenic yeast related to candida issues*

  • May have broad antimicrobial activities against Clostridium difficile (C. diff), E. coli and other gastrointestinal pathogens*

That's why many doctors and practitioners turn to this helpful yeast when antibiotics have thrown everything out of whack.*

Dosage:

Always start with a smidge! Take 1 capsule daily (See "low and slow" note below), or as directed by a certified healthcare practitioner. May be taken before, during or immediately following a course of antibiotics under the advice of your doctor.*

Warning: Not recommended for severely immunocompromised individuals or those with central venous catheters.

Start low and slow: Smidge™ supplements are premium, pure and potent. Therefore, it's critically important to start slowly, with a lower dosage than recommended. For example, a minimal dose every other day, or even once a week, until you can determine how the supplement affects your body and what feels right for you.

How to take: You can take your saccharomyces probiotic along with your antibiotics, as guided by your healthcare practitioner. We recommend taking it a couple of hours apart from your antibiotic dose. If you've finished a round of antibiotics and seek support, you can follow-up with Yeastbiotic. This supplement is most effective when taken in two to three-week increments, followed by a break of one to two weeks. Additionally and equally as important, abstaining from sugary foods that feed pathogenic yeast increases its efficacy (customers often consume ancestral diets such as SCD or paleo), which include essential fatty acids.

Storage:

Store in a cool, dry area. Refrigerate for long-term storage.

Shipping:

We use a combination of shipping services with tracking to best serve our customers. Our goal is to get your package to you in the most efficient manner using the most cost effective method.

Smidge™ probiotics ship Monday through Wednesday using a two-day service. Order by 10 a.m. Wednesday for Friday delivery.

Smidge™ probiotics contain active freeze-dried bacteria, versus live cultures. Unlike live cultures, which can be destroyed in transit by heat, freeze-dried bacteria hold up well in warm weather, as they remain intact and stable with all of their beneficial properties. This means your probiotics will arrive in optimal condition. (Then once you receive your package, you can put them in the fridge.)

We also have an overnight shipping option available Monday through Wednesday.

For more information about our shipping options and policy, click here.

Overview plus minus

Smidge™ Yeastbiotic

  • May ease antibiotic side effects*

  • For occasional diarrhea & yeast issues*

  • Supports a healthy microbiome*

  • Can be taken during and after antibiotics

  • Non-GMO

  • Free of common allergens

Introducing our yeast-based probiotics, starring the beneficial yeast strain, Saccharomyces boulardii. For when you want to avoid the icky common side effects of antibiotics, like diarrhea, fatigue and brain fog.* Folks with Clostridium difficile (C. diff) and candida also use saccharomyces probiotics as guided by a practitioner.*

Smidge™ Yeastbiotic is pure and simple.
Small batch. Dairy and gluten-free.
And free of common allergens.

Each capsule contains pure S. boulardii, which is well-known for balancing candida issues. (Some supplement manufacturers substitute brewer's or baker's yeast for S. boulardii. Not Smidge™!)

You can take this saccharomyces boulardii probiotic supplement with your antibiotics (as guided by your healthcare provider), as it may not compromise the potency or effectiveness of the antibiotics.* So both can do their crucial jobs while you're on the mend.*

And even if you're not on antibiotics, Smidge™ Yeastbiotic can nourish your digestive system. Our customers tell us they often take it while following natural interventions, such as special diets for candida or other mild fungal overgrowths.*

60 capsules (2-month supply), 3+ billion CFUs per capsule

What does it do? plus minus

What does Yeastbiotic do?

Antibiotics will only attack bacteria, not yeast. People often have issues when on antibiotics, as they wipe out "good bacteria." And candida that has been lying dormant will take over along with an array of other unpleasant side effects.

S. boulardii, the friendly yeast strain found in Smidge™ Yeastbiotic, may prevent and treat diarrhea caused by antibiotics. It does this by gently crowding out troublesome microbes in the gut and augmenting the intestinal absorption of D-glucose and sodium, which may enhance the uptake of water and electrolytes during occasional diarrhea.*

S. boulardii may help with the fatigue and brain fog often caused by antibiotics, too.

But that's just the beginning. S. boulardii can do an enormous amount of work to keep you feeling good.* Studies show S. boulardii:

  • Supports intestinal health and the microbiome*

  • Preserves intestinal barrier function*

  • Supports the immune system*

  • May inhibit pathogenic yeast related to candida issues*

  • May have broad antimicrobial activities against Clostridium difficile (C. diff), E. coli and other gastrointestinal pathogens*

That's why many doctors and practitioners turn to this helpful yeast when antibiotics have thrown everything out of whack.*

Directions plus minus

Dosage:

Always start with a smidge! Take 1 capsule daily (See "low and slow" note below), or as directed by a certified healthcare practitioner. May be taken before, during or immediately following a course of antibiotics under the advice of your doctor.*

Warning: Not recommended for severely immunocompromised individuals or those with central venous catheters.

Start low and slow: Smidge™ supplements are premium, pure and potent. Therefore, it's critically important to start slowly, with a lower dosage than recommended. For example, a minimal dose every other day, or even once a week, until you can determine how the supplement affects your body and what feels right for you.

How to take: You can take your saccharomyces probiotic along with your antibiotics, as guided by your healthcare practitioner. We recommend taking it a couple of hours apart from your antibiotic dose. If you've finished a round of antibiotics and seek support, you can follow-up with Yeastbiotic. This supplement is most effective when taken in two to three-week increments, followed by a break of one to two weeks. Additionally and equally as important, abstaining from sugary foods that feed pathogenic yeast increases its efficacy (customers often consume ancestral diets such as SCD or paleo), which include essential fatty acids.

Storage plus minus

Storage:

Store in a cool, dry area. Refrigerate for long-term storage.

Shipping plus minus

Shipping:

We use a combination of shipping services with tracking to best serve our customers. Our goal is to get your package to you in the most efficient manner using the most cost effective method.

Smidge™ probiotics ship Monday through Wednesday using a two-day service. Order by 10 a.m. Wednesday for Friday delivery.

Smidge™ probiotics contain active freeze-dried bacteria, versus live cultures. Unlike live cultures, which can be destroyed in transit by heat, freeze-dried bacteria hold up well in warm weather, as they remain intact and stable with all of their beneficial properties. This means your probiotics will arrive in optimal condition. (Then once you receive your package, you can put them in the fridge.)

We also have an overnight shipping option available Monday through Wednesday.

For more information about our shipping options and policy, click here.

Ingredients

Saccharomyces boulardii

Microcrystalline cellulose (base for encapsulation)

Vegetarian capsule

Saccharomyces boulardii

S. boulardii is a non-pathogenic, transient yeast long used to support normal bowel transit time.* Originally found on the skins of lychee and mangosteen fruits, S. boulardii has been used to help people balance their digestive systems for decades. Many randomized clinical studies show S. boulardii to be a useful probiotic, including in the treatment of mild antibiotic-associated diarrhea, C. diff, systemic candida overgrowth, traveler's diarrhea, and other inflammatory bowel conditions.*

Microcrystalline cellulose (base for encapsulation)

Microcrystalline cellulose is all natural refined wood pulp. We chose this ingredient to satisfy the needs of our most sensitive customers.

Vegetarian capsule

Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC), water. Our vegetable (vegan) capsules consist of only two ingredients: HPMC and purified water. HPMC is derived from vegetable cellulose of pine. These capsules contain no preservatives, no gelatin, wheat, animal by-products or starch.

Saccharomyces boulardii

S. boulardii is a non-pathogenic, transient yeast long used to support normal bowel transit time.* Originally found on the skins of lychee and mangosteen fruits, S. boulardii has been used to help people balance their digestive systems for decades. Many randomized clinical studies show S. boulardii to be a useful probiotic, including in the treatment of mild antibiotic-associated diarrhea, C. diff, systemic candida overgrowth, traveler's diarrhea, and other inflammatory bowel conditions.*

Microcrystalline cellulose (base for encapsulation)

Microcrystalline cellulose is all natural refined wood pulp. We chose this ingredient to satisfy the needs of our most sensitive customers.

Vegetarian capsule

Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC), water. Our vegetable (vegan) capsules consist of only two ingredients: HPMC and purified water. HPMC is derived from vegetable cellulose of pine. These capsules contain no preservatives, no gelatin, wheat, animal by-products or starch.

FAQ

Why take Smidge™ Yeastbiotic?

There are many reasons. Here are just a few to run by a certified healthcare practitioner:

  • You may be taking antibiotics and want to avoid any bothersome side effects like diarrhea, yeast issues, fatigue and brain fog.*

  • You may be searching for a solution to mild, periodic IBS and other inflammatory bowel conditions*
  • You received a recommendation from a trusted health care provider for issues like candida or C. diff.*

  • You want to support your digestive health.*

Is Yeastbiotic free of all common allergens?

Yes! It's free of the following common allergens. It does not include milk/casein, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, corn, peanuts, wheat/gluten or soybeans.

Is Yeastbiotic SCD compliant?

Yep. Yeastbiotic is SCD compliant and can be used to treat diarrhea or other antibiotic-related problems stemming from systemic yeast overgrowth, under the guidance of a qualified healthcare practitioner.*

Why are there flecks of brown in my yeast probiotic capsule?

You will see that your Yeastbiotic capsules have small flecks of brown in them. The friendly yeast strain is the brown color, while the cellulose (the benign filler necessary for encapsulation) is white. Please know the color variation is entirely normal and a characteristic of the formula.

Can I take Yeastbiotic along with other Smidge™ probiotics?

Sure thing. Yeastbiotic works great with our probiotics. Together they can help balance the bacteria in your digestive system that's been affected by antibiotics. At the same time, therapeutic probiotics like our Sensitive Probiotic may intensify Yeastbiotic's effectiveness. So if you're experiencing discomfort as a result of excessive yeast die-off, lower your probiotic dose. You can drop it even more by pulling apart the capsule and taking a portion of the powder (the powder will appear white with brown specs).

Can I take Smidge™ Yeastbiotic as my everyday probiotic?

We recommend our customers take this one in two-to three-week increments, as it works better in bursts rather than long-term. This is because pathogenic yeast is very resilient and can become resistant to particular strains or even antifungal treatments.*

Equally as important, this supplement is most effective when taken while abstaining from sugary foods that feed pathogenic yeast (i.e. cookies + yeast = no bueno). Many of our customers consume ancestral diets (such as SCD or paleo) that include essential fatty acids, and take a quality digestive enzyme.

Where are the ingredients in Smidge™ Yeastbiotic sourced and where is the supplement made?

The strains in our Yeastbiotic capsules are sourced U.S., as is the production of the final product :)

Will Yeastbiotic affect the potency of my antibiotics?

Yeastbiotic lets your antibiotics do their thing. You can take it while you're taking antibiotics (under the advice of your doctor), because antibiotics should not interfere with S. boulardii's potency or effectiveness and vice versa.*

Won't my probiotics be enough to keep the good bacteria in my intestines going while on antibiotics?

Probiotics have become the go-to ally for getting your digestive system back on track and maintaining good health. But when you're taking antibiotics, these helpful bacteria can be helpless. Antibiotics wipe out the good and bad bacteria indiscriminately. Yet antibiotics will only attack bacteria, not yeast. So you can take Smidge™ Yeastbiotic while you're taking antibiotics (under the advice of your doctor), because antibiotics don't interfere with S. boulardii's potency or effectiveness and vice versa.*

Is this a probiotic or yeast?

Great question! Smidge™ Yeastbiotic is a yeast that happens to function like a probiotic in the body (so it's both!).

How was S. boulardii discovered?

History lesson! The French scientist Henry Boulard first discovered S. boulardii in 1920 after observing that certain locals in Indonesia were not succumbing to an outbreak of cholera. The healthier locals drank tea made from the skins of lychee and mangosteen, from which Boulard was able to isolate S. boulardii as the protective yeast. The strain has been named after him ever since its discovery.

What kind of diet works best on Smidge™ Yeastbiotic?

It is always best to work with your diet and abstain from sugar or other processed foods that feed yeast and other pathogens. Customers often consume ancestral diets (such as SCD or paleo) that include essential fatty acids.

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10/13/2020
Karla S.
United States United States
Working great

Within two weeks of use no GI distress! Had horrible burning sensation in stomach and is nearly resolved already! Happy to have discovered this product!

L
12/25/2019
Lesley
United States United States
Miracle Worker

This product is an absolute miracle worker. It’s great for reflux, and unlike every other S. Boulardii product out there this has no irritating prebiotic fibers or fillers to make you sick. I also had to be on two rounds of antibiotics for a bad sinus infection recently, and as long as I took a Yeastbiotic pill morning and night I had absolutely no gastrointestinal side effects from the antibiotics. I’m now repopulating my gut with some GutPro along with continuing the Yeastbiotic. This stuff is magic, I swear. It’s a fantastic product.

12/26/2019
Smidge™

Hello Lesley, Thank you so much for sharing your feedback on Yeastbiotic by Organic 3 [Smidge™ Yeastbiotic] [Smidge™ Yeastbiotic] :) We're thrilled to hear that you're loving it - and that it supported your system during your two rounds of antibiotics by preventing GI side effects associated with antibiotics. Indeed, Yeastbiotic contains only the friendly yeast probiotic strain, S. Boulardii and benign fillers for encapsulation - nothing irritating and no prebiotics :) And how wonderful that you're repopulating the good bacteria in your gut with GutPro and rounding out your Yeastbiotic. We're so happy that you're feeling better and that Yeastbiotic was part of this healing :) We appreciate your support, Leslie. And we're honored to serve you!

NC
12/20/2019
Natalie C.
United States United States
Yeastbiotic great after taking antibiotics

Had to take antibiotic for bronchitis so took Yeastbiotic afterwards. Did not get a yeast infection afterwards thanks to Yeastbiotic and had no stomach upset, no GI problems. Will definitely order again even just to prevent yeast infections in future.

12/20/2019
Smidge™

Hello Natalie, Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with Yeastbiotic by Organic 3 [Smidge™ Yeastbiotic]. We're so glad to hear that it helped support you during your antibiotic use, and that it had the outcome that you hoped for, with no yeast infection, stomach upset or GI problems that are typically associated with antibiotic use. Indeed, this is why the folks at Organic 3 formulated this truly special yeast probiotic. Thanks for giving it a try! We wish you the very best on your healthy journey, Natalie. And we appreciate your support :)

M
12/04/2019
May
United States United States
Superb for fungal skin issues

My daughter had seborrheic dermatitis from head to toe. I knew the only way to get rid of the fungus of her skin is s boullardi. This product doesn't have fillers like others I've seen on the market. Give it at least 2 months to notice a difference.

12/04/2019
Smidge™

Hello May, Thank you for sharing your experience with your Yeastbiotic by Organic 3 [Smidge™ Yeastbiotic]. We are so happy to hear that it's helping support your daughter as she heals from seborrheic dermatitis. It sounds like you both have been through so much, and we understand the emotional and physical toll that comes when a child has intense skin issues. Thank you for putting your trust in Organic 3 and for also giving your Yeastbiotic time to do it's work for your sweet daughter's skin. We wish you two the very best on your healthy journey. And we appreciate your support :)

SA
09/16/2019
Sherie A.
Finally something that works!

Every time I use antibiotics I battle a yeast infection. We ordered this product and gave it a try. This worked! Finally something that works after two rounds of Diflucan that didn't work. This is my go to now and have recommended it to my doctor. Thank you for a great product!

09/16/2019
Smidge™

Hi Sherie, Thank you for sharing your experience with Yeastbiotic by Organic 3 [Smidge™ Yeastbiotic]. We're so happy to hear that you found this very special product and that it helped support your pH balance amid your antibiotic use. Indeed, Yeastbiotic can be a fantastic tool to ensure that your gut ecology stays balanced and to help you avoid those nasty side effects antibiotics can bring, especially for women. Thank you also for passing along the word to your doctor! Sherie, we wish you the very best in your healing journey - and we appreciate your support.