Can’t I get probiotics by eating yogurt?
Many probiotic strains are found in yogurt. However, the pasteurization process involved in making yogurt kills all natural organisms, making the presence of probiotics unpredictable. Most manufacturers add the good bacteria back into their products after pasteurization, with varying effectiveness. Many yogurts only contain about 10 billion colony-forming units (CFU) of good bacteria. Probiotic supplements are standardized.Renadyl™ is guaranteed to contain a very high level (45 billion CFU) of the 3 bacteria that promote kidney health in each serving up until the expiration date.