Sensitive Probiotic Capsules - Smidge™ (formerly GutPro Capsules)

100% of 100
  • Category: Intestines & Intestinal flora
  • 10 billion CFUs per dose
  • 8 neutral bacterial strains
  • Free from allergens
  • Suitable for GAPS and Paleo Diet
  • 60 vegetarian capsules
Out of stock
EUR 53.75
  • Shipping within 3 days
  • Questions about this product? Call +3124 - 663 53 66 or chat with us

Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotics Capsules

Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotics Capsules are formulated with only neutral low-histamine bacterial strains, intended specifically for anyone having difficulty tolerating certain bacterial strains. This probiotics supplement contains 8 histamine-neutral or histamine-degrading bacterial strains and contains no further artificial additives such as colorants, aromas or preservatives. The product contains only cellulose and L- leucine to enable the capsule form. All this makes this hypoallergenic formula particularly suitable for people who are hypersensitive or who suffer from allergies.

The uniqueness of Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotics Capsules

Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotics Capsules offer a concentrated and pure probiotic in capsule form that contains a special blend of well-tolerated bacteria. The vegetarian capsules are easy to use and consist of the neutral bacterial strains Lactobacillus gasseri , Lactobacillus salivarius , Lactobacillus plantarum , Bifidobacterium bifidum , Bifidobacterium breve, Bifidobacterium infantis , Bifidobacterium longum and Bifidobacterium lactis. This smart composition of probiotics is particularly suitable for people who eat according to diets ranging from Paleo and GAPS to Body Ecology, SIBO and ketogenic, or who do not eat gluten, dairy, casein or soy. The formula does not contain strains of bacteria known to contribute to D-lactate acidosis. Plus, the formula is GMO-free and free from any trace of peanuts and tree nuts, milk, yeast, corn, gluten, eggs, soy, shellfish and fish.

About the intestinal flora

The intestinal flora is a single name for all micro-organisms living in the intestine. That's about 100 trillion in total! The body acts as a host for these microbes. One species is more desirable than the other, and they can be divided into resident and passing gut microbes. When these are in balance, there is homeostasis, a key objective in our body. Essential substances such as vitamins and neurotransmitters are produced here. Moreover, the microbiome plays a key role in the digestion of food and thus in the absorption of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. Our intestinal system is not only very complex, it is also just as unique as our fingerprint! The collaboration between body and intestinal bacteria is one of the most ingenious bodily collaborations.

How do bacteria and enzymes function?

Our intestinal system is populated by billions of microorganisms, each of which has its own task within the greater whole of our intestinal flora. In order for the digestion to run smoothly, the body works together with these microorganisms. With a normal intestinal flora, these types are in balance, a balance that is different for everyone. Enzymes are able to accelerate all kinds of processes in our body: they are the workhorses of our body. Enzymes can sometimes speed up processes up to a trillion times! Digestive enzymes act as a kind of catalyst in our intestinal system, then. They are 'chemical factories' in our body that deserve our attention.


  • Carefully formulated mix of 8 histamine-neutral and well-tolerated bacterial strains
  • Contains 10 billion CFUs per dose of two capsules
  • The convenient capsule form of Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotics makes the product easy to use
  • The supplement is suitable for vegetarians and digestion-sensitive users
  • Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotics Capsules are free from common allergens such as dairy, soy, GMO, casein, eggs, fish, shellfish, gluten, nuts, peanuts and yeast

The unraveling of our intestinal flora

We are gaining more and more insight into the vitals functions of our intestinal flora, but actually we still know very little about this mysterious 'organ' in our body. The knowledge we have today is probably just the tip of the iceberg! We are slowly beginning to understand the special ways bacteria communicate with each other through a mechanism known as 'quorum sensing'. The mechanism enables bacteria, through the secretion of signal molecules, to be in constant conversation with each other and to coordinate their behavior. They can know, among other things, how many congeners they are with, in order to subsequently trigger a synchronous reaction in a certain number of congeners. Friendly bacteria communicate and work together through quorum sensing, a phenomenon that remains as fascinating to many researchers as it is mysterious.

The History of Probiotics

Although the term 'probiotics' dates from 1953, the principle is much older. The first traces of the use of probiotics date back to the Neolithic period, between 10,000 and 5,000 BC. Cattle herders in the Middle East at the time kept the milk in sacks made from goat skins. Because the sun was shining on it, the milk began to ferment through a combination of lactic acid bacteria and yeasts. The origin of other fermented foods, such as kefir, beer and wine, also dates back to about 7,000 BC. The importance of these, sometimes accidental discoveries, however, came to light much later, in the 19th century. In this century, French chemist and biologist Louis Pasteur developed his theory that the cause of many diseases was a tiny living being, which he called a "microorganism." This microbe theory is one of the most important discoveries in medical history that has led to many new insights in the field of microbiology. However, the real science of probiotics in Europe only started in the 1990s. Since then, probiotics have been the subject of countless clinical studies.

Compiled with care

Smidge™ is committed to quality. All products are composed with care and produced in small batches; moreover, no unnecessary ingredients are added. This makes the products widely applicable and suitable for everyone, including those who are hypersensitive or have allergies. The products are composed on the basis of the latest insights and contain specific, neutral strains of bacteria that are well tolerated by almost everyone. People who follow diets as the GAPS or Paleo diet, can take Smidge™ products with confidence.

About Smidge™

The supplements of Smidge™ (formerly Organic3) focus specifically on the digestive system and the gut. They are natural, durable and formulated with great care without unnecessary additives, making the products suitable for even the most sensitive users.

The name 'Smidge' means 'a small amount', stressing the fact their products always get produced in small batches in order to guarantee extra quality. It is the mission of the three founders to use these products to provide essential nutrients supporting the digestive system and helping to maximize absorption of nutrient-rich foods.

The company stems from the personal experience of the three founders, who all managed to overcome health problems themselves. They believe that good nutrition is the key to health and their vision, experience and research have led to unique products, formulated to prevent unwanted side effects and to achieve the highest possible results. The Smidge™ founders are passionate about the work of Dr. Weston A. Price and Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, two sources of inspiration in the creation of Smidge™ products.

More Information
Product Name
Sensitive Probiotic Capsules - Smidge™ (formerly GutPro Capsules)
60 capsules
User Instructions

Adults: 2 capsules daily.

Children: 1 capsule daily.

Keep refrigerated
Ingredients per Serving

10 miljard CFU's (81.58 mg) † (Bifidobacterium infantis, Lactobacillus plantarum, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus gasseri, Lactobacillus salivarius, Bifidobacterium breve, Bifidobacterium lactis). † Aanbevolen Dagelijkse Hoeveelheid niet vastgesteld; CFU's: colony-forming units.

EU Norm
*RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance
Other Ingredients

Microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, water.

Storage: see label. Keep out of the reach of children. Consult an expert before use in case of pregnancy, breastfeeding, illness or medication.
Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing:Sensitive Probiotic Capsules - Smidge™ (formerly GutPro Capsules)
Your Rating
Customer Reviews
  1. Great product
    Overall rating
    Im histamine sensitive and always get stomach pain when using other probiotics. This one I have no issues at all. It works great.

    Review by

    Posted on

  2. I think it is working well.
    Overall rating
    I have a lot of gut issues and this is the first probiotic I tolerate well so I am very happy.
    This is a good product.

    Review by

    Posted on

Other customers also viewed: