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Health and wellness starts in your gut.

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A dairy-free probiotic wellness shot delivered in an organic blend of fruit and vegetable juices.

Each shot of Doctor's Biome contains 15 different strains of probiotics.

Living Probiotics In Each Shot

Our probiotics are living, active cultures of healthy bacteria, which continue to multiply, becoming more powerful and effective, helping to rebalance and restore the gut microbiome. 

Get the health benefits supplied in our probiotic wellness shot.

Promote Normal Digestion

Our probiotics are healthy strains of bacteria able to work together in the gut to keep bad bacteria in check to support normal digestive function. When bad bacteria are kept in check, the good bacteria can work together to promote healthy digestion. 

Balance Microbiome

Probiotics are living, healthy strains of bacteria, which compete with harmful microorganisms for space and nutrients in your digestive tract. This promotes a healthy balance of gut bacteria, which in turn supports normal digestive function. 

Boost Immunity

70% of our immune system is in our gut. Probiotics aid in restoring the intestinal barrier, which prevents destructive microorganisms from entering our bloodstream. This protects our body from harmful bacteria, thus boosting our immune defense. 

Enhance Nutrient Absorption

The 15 scientifically backed strains of probiotics in Doctor's Biome can aid in the production of vitamins, which helps enhance nutrient and mineral absorption from the foods we consume. This process can support healthy metabolism.

100% Organic Ingredients

An all natural blend of vegetables and fruit juices.

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Patent Pending

Doctor's Biome only uses patented, scientifically backed strains of probiotics.

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Our team of expert doctors and scientists created a unique blend of probiotics to help boost your digestive health.

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Organic Probiotic Shot
Organic Probiotic Shot
Organic Probiotic Shot

Organic Probiotic Shot


27 Billion CFUs | 2 fl. oz. per bottle | 24 bottles in a case | 15 Studied Strains

Doctor's Biome Colon Health is a supplement that provides 15 strains of living probiotics (friendly bacteria). Proper amounts of friendly bacteria may result in improved immune function and overall intestinal health.

Case of 24 Bottles. Store in a refrigerator. Shake before use.

  • Promotes healthy digestion
  • Supports immune system
  • Rebalances microbiome
  • Enhances metabolism of vitamins, nutrients, and minerals 

Disclaimer: This dietary supplement product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


Reviews from our customers.


Martha R.

I have had chronic diarrhea and gas for over 20 years. I used Immodium to treat it until it became so persistent my Gastroenterologist prescribed Lomotil. Using Doctor’s Biome had rapid and favorable symptom relief. The taste is also pleasant, this is an excellent probiotic.


Bijan P.

This is an excellent, high quality effective product.


Trey L.

Excellent product and service. Just ordered again.

Our Team

We are committed to providing a high quality product.

From Our Founder, Dr. Howard Robins

"My best friend, Richard Finkelstein, the CEO and I started Doctor's Biome from the simple fact that probiotics had to be alive when entering your digestive system to actually work. We are excited to offer a high-quality product to help you achieve your health and wellness goals - starting in your gut. "

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The Phenomenon of Probiotics

Dr. Howard Robins explains the importance of probiotics.


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