Monday, October 17, 2011

Member's Mark 4x Probiotics at Sam's Club #DigestiveHealth #CBias

 I try my best to eat right, exercise and sleep enough. Sadly its more like eat when I can, does typing count as exercise and sleep whats that lol. But I have been trying to balance my life to be more healthy. I know I will be a better mom, wife, sister and daughter if I take better care of my self. In my attempt to feel more healthy I have decided to try Member's Mark 4x Probiotics from Sam's Club.

I have read a lot about probiotics and have tried them in yogurt and oatmeal but I have never eaten the product long enough to really see results. With the Member's Mark 4x Probiotics from Sam's Club it comes in a pill form. I think this is an awesome idea. It makes it easy and I don't have to eat food that I might not be in the mood for. I have wondered if it will make me healthier and my digestive system function more properly. I have tried over the last 10 years a handful of products that aid in digestive health but nothing I have decided to take regularly. I am very curious to how this will change my daily life and to see if it has me feeling healthier.
I think if I am feeling more regular and my digestive health is in top condition I will have a positive out look to work out and eat better. I will be trying the Member's Mark 4x Probiotics from Sam's Club for the next two weeks and I will update with my results.

If you would like to learn more about Member's Mark 4x Probiotics you can visits the Digestive Health for Me website. If you try the product along with me I would love to hear your thoughts on it.

You can read about my shopping trip to Sam's Club to purchase my Member's Mark 4x Probiotics and all the other great products I saw for sale at my local Sam's.

Disclosure: This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. All opinions expressed are my own and may vary from others.

1 comment

Jen @ BigBinder said...

Can't wait to read how this works out for you!

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