ENTER TO WIN: Whole Body Research Keybiotics and Women’s Hair Repair Natural Supplements (5 winners)

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Probiotics. Vitamins. Supplements. The products and their benefits seem to be gaining more and more momentum these days. But how natural are they? Are they really as good as promised, or as good as they should be? More and more people and places are saying you have to have it to get your body back to where it needs to be and to feel better than you have maybe ever. The issue, as with so many other things in life…deciding which ones to try, which ones don’t work, and which ones work the best. It can be daunting, especially with the range of efficiency claims and the price of the supplements.
While searching and asking people if they had any supplement preferences, I got a wide range of product mentions. I did seem to notice, though, that there was a bit of a buzz around Whole Body Research and their products, like Keybiotics. I quickly found out a number of things that I really liked!
First, the company makes all natural supplements in America that are third-party tested. That’s important to me, and it makes me think that they care about what they are making and selling.

Second, most of their products are 100% whole food extracts, and they do not make any synthetics. This is the real deal!! If you look at the Vitamin C for instance, it has a berry color to it. That’s because it’s actually fruit. The vitamin C is extracted from organic berries, so it’s easily absorbed and easy on your stomach. The Vitamin C, Multi-Vitamin and Pre-Natal Vitamin are all real nutrients extracted from whole food.

Finally, the majority of their products are also gluten free, dairy free and vegetarian, with zero preservatives or fillers. How important, yet how rare, is this today?
I figured I had to give it a shot, no?

Keybiotics from Whole Body Research are super-probiotic supplements containing 37.5 billion colony forming units of friendly bacteria from 14 unique strains of beneficial bacteria, making it the most powerful probiotic on the market today. Keybiotics are specially engineered to withstand stomach acids and bile, allowing them cover the entire G.I. Tract and balance out Candida and other types of yeast overgrowth quickly and efficiently. Keybiotics are also lactose and gluten free. It’s so natural and safe, some of their customers give a half capsule to their children mixed in applesauce with great success.

One bottle contains 30 vegetarian capsules, 30-day supply. Suggested Use: 1 capsule daily, with food

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Five (5) lucky Lady and the Blog readers will receive 3 bottles of Keybiotics and 1 bottle of Women’s Hair Repair each!!

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 *Whole Body Reseach provided Lady and the Blog LLC with product for this review and giveaway.

Bill is a guy trying to be dad and husband while running an online media company at home with his wife. Piece of cake.


  1. i haven’t had probiotics in a bill form. but i do eat A LOT of yogurt. i would love to try these, i know the results will be great.

  2. no but i would really like to give them a try. they are supposed to be really good for my health.

  3. I have never tried probiotics but have always been interested to learn more about them!

  4. I have NOT tried probiotic products yet but give ’em to me for free and they work magic?!?! Woo, I’ll tell every girl I know!

  5. I eat activia yogurt and take a probiotic wafer I got an Amazon a few xa day, when I can remember. Would love to try these

  6. Yes I take probiotics. I recently had a bout with diverticulitis and that when my doctor had me start taking probiotics. I am better now but continue to take them for good colon health.

  7. I’ve never taken probiotics in a pill form. My kids and I love kefir which has probiotic attributes.

  8. Read about probiotics(Keybiotics) and just ordered them today… Hoping to loose weight of at least minimum 30lbs, LOL… HaHaHa… Blessings.

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