Live Conscious Pro-45 Review – The Probiotic Supreme

This Live Conscious Pro-45 review is about looking at the rebranded version of the supplement which went by the name of LiveWell Pro-45. The goal here is to visit the very depths of what this thing has to offer.

Hence, we won’t be just regurgitating the promotional materials. Instead, we’ll be analyzing everything. We’ll start with marketing, continue with both the beneficial ingredients and additives. That we will transition into a look at customer reviews and success rates. And last of all, we’ll also look at the pricing and all that comes with that.

This Live Conscious Pro-45 Review To Dissect The Supplement Properly

According to the manufacturer, Live Conscious Pro-45 “is the ultimate broad-spectrum probiotic formula, made to provide 45 billion live cells per serving composed of 11 clinically studied, beneficial strains.” Per their words, through the intention to ensure Optimal Digestive & Immune Health, it is about ensuring that we “can live a balanced, awakened life; like a pro.” Which, at least to me, sounds really, really promising [R].

Live Conscious Pro-45 Review

As for the product page itself, it actually hasn’t changed at all in terms of its contents. It’s still the same everything that was before the rebranding. It is just slightly differently laid out and structured now.

To that end, I have to admit that I liked the previous look better. I mean, to me, the font size feels a little bit too big. But I guess it can work.

As for marketing, we’ve got stuff like subscribe-and-save and buy-more-and-save type of approach. Then, there’s also that 365-day money-back guarantee.

And, of course, there’s also a ridiculously and overwhelmingly positive customer review section which at this time, out of 1049 Live Conscious Pro-45 reviews has no one-star and two-star ones. They also add free shipping if we subscribe, and there are a few testimonials on the page as well.

As for the promised benefits, this one is all about the already mentioned optimal digestive and immune health. But throughout the page, while there are many that kind of go under one of these two, there are others more. For example, it’s said to also kind of indirectly help with mood, mental health, physical endurance, strength, and the body’s ability to heal itself.

As for the free-of claims, it’s said to be Non-GMO, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, and Preservative-Free.

So, all of that in mind, the Live Conscious Pro-45 feels like the kind of thing that is everything we would want and nothing we wouldn’t. But is that genuinely the case? Or is it just skillful marketing?

To Review Ingredients, It’s Really Hard To Fault This Creation

From a pure beneficial ingredients standpoint, I like the Pro-45 a lot. I mean, it looks really, really great. There are a ton of different strains, plenty of Probiotics raw amount-wise. And it even goes beyond that since it also brings Prebiotics. Plus, it avoids kind of a pitfall that many Probiotic supplements commonly fall into.

Live Conscious Pro-45 Ingredients (Supplement Facts)_2So, per serving (one capsule), the Live Conscious Pro-45 offers 500 milligrams of Pro-45 Probiotic Blend with a total CFU count of 46.4 billion and 100 milligrams of NutraFlora Prebiotic Fiber.

As for the Pro-45 Probiotic Blend, it consists of 13.5 billion CFU of each Bifidobacterium lactis and Lactobacillus acidophilus, 3.6 billion CFU of each Bifidobacterium longum, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Lactobacillus casei, and Lactobacillus plantarum, 1 billion CFU of each Lactobacillus gasseri, Lactobacillus salivarius, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus bulgaricus, and a patented form of Bacillus coagulans known as Lactospore.

And through that, I feel the Live Conscious Pro-45 avoids a pitfall that supplements like Purely Optimal Probiotics (review) and Bowtrol Probiotics (review) don’t.

It is this idea that they don’t specify how much of each strain the supplement provides. Because, frankly, we want every strain to be present in reasonable amounts, otherwise what’s the point of listing them. But this bulk kind of approach doesn’t save us from that.

Quite the contrary, it can mean that the supplement is basically one strain with minuscule additions of the other ones which, I have to say, isn’t exactly optimal. So, this is something that Pro-45 has going for it.

But it’s way way more than just that. Because when we look at the Probiotic contents overall, it’s actually really, really hard to fault. Because not only does it provide more than 10 different probiotic strains but it also fits really well with what is considered the best approach to nutrient amounts. And hence, I believe everything that they promise is possible. Even more than that.

This Thing Contains Good Amounts Of Prebiotic Fiber

And to make matters even more quality, they also add a patented Bacillus coagulans known as Lactospore. Which is kind of one of the most capable probiotic strains out there.

I mean, it can boost immunity, enhance protein absorption, improve “good” cholesterol levels, reduce blood insulin levels, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, vomiting, even stomach pain, help relieve Rheumatoid Arthritis, and just in general is massively helpful to digestive health and in elevating the levels of beneficial bacteria among other potential gains [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

Now, that brings us on to the Prebiotic part of the Live Conscious Pro-45. NutraFlora is a patented source of Prebiotics the sole purpose of which is to augment the ability and capacity of all the Probiotic strains. So, that the latter could be more effective and would bring even more advantages, improvements, gains not only to digestive health and immune system but general health as well [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

There is another layer of quality to the supplement. Unlike supplements like New Chapter Probiotic All-Flora (review) and Dr. Ohhira Probiotics (review), the finished product of Live Conscious Pro-45 also gets third-party tested.

And so, to that end, as far as beneficial ingredients, it’s hard to imagine that a Probiotic supplement could be much better than the supplement of this review. I mean, sure, if we get into the really advanced stuff, then maybe. But I think even then, this does seem like an upper-echelon product.

For Additives, It Doesn’t Forget To Do The Most Important Thing

And the Live Conscious Pro-45 holds up really well also when it comes to the additives. Not many supplements do. And typically the Probiotic ones can struggle in this regard. One such example is the Nature Made Digestive Probiotics (review)  and its potentially artificial colors. But there definitely are many more examples [R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

Vegetable Cellulose Is One Of The Safest Additives

So, what about the supplement of this review?

Well, it actually does really well in this regard. For additives, it uses Long Grain Rice Flour and Vegetable Cellulose (Veggie Caps). Neither poses any health risks. In fact, the former is likely also slightly beneficial. Whereas the latter is more about fulfilling the role of a very, very important function [R, R, R, R, R].

You see, additives do have one crucial task in Probiotic supplements. They have to protect the probiotics from the harm of the stomach acid.

Meaning, typically a portion of probiotics consumed will die off because of the stomach acid. But capsules can also be made in a way to protect them. It is this notion typically referred to as delayed-release or delayed-release capsules [R, R, R].

While there are many that overlook this, this Live Conscious supplement isn’t one of them. It is mindful that way. Meaning, it’s one of those brands that does embrace the idea of delayed-release capsules. Which I guess is just another way of illustrating the quality it’s committed to.

For Customer Reviews, Live Conscious Is Genuinely Well-Received

Now, taking a bit more practical approach, it’s about customer reviews and the insights that those can provide us with. But while these can be rather insightful, we shouldn’t ever base our purchasing decision just on them. And that’s not only because I have managed to come across plenty of supplements that have better customer reviews than what I feel they deserve, but also because there are many clever ways how to manipulate the feedback, even when it’s on third-party websites.

Live Conscious Pro-45 Reviews

So, has the Pro-45 actually been helpful to people? Has this what used to be LiveWell supplement improved people’s lives?

Judging by the customer review section on its product page, it certainly seems so. I mean, as mentioned earlier, it is just absolutely bonkers as to the positivity of the comments there. I mean, 1049 Live Conscious reviews and not a single negative review. That’s just impossible. It doesn’t happen.

I mean, it reminds me of the relevant sections for supplements like Smidge Sensitive (GutPro) Probiotic (review) and PB8 Probiotic (review). Those two were overwhelmingly positive. But because manufacturers have full control over their websites, these sections are often biased. I mean, they can just edit, adjust, delete, do whatever to make it all look better.

And that’s absolutely fine. Because manufacturers have to sell, and marketing tactics like this have proven to improve sales. But what it doesn’t help us with is finding the truth. So, I took it to all other third-party sellers and retailers to seek every real customer review I could possibly find.

In total, I managed to find almost two thousand Live Conscious Pro-45 reviews. I looked at both the Live Conscious Pro-45 and LiveWell Pro-45 reviews because the latter is the exact same product that the former only rebranded. Namely, it’s the same ingredients, additives, quality, everything but with a different name now. The supplement itself didn’t change.

So, out of these 1,946 reviews, 1,781 were positive (72 three-star, 260 four-star, 1449 five-star) and 165 were negative (121 one-star, 44 two-star). So, that’s an about 91.5% global success rate which is likely even higher than that given that people typically tend to report negative experiences far more often.

But there is one other thing why the actual success rate might be much higher. From the reviews on Amazon, it seems that some of the negative ones were due to possible fakes. Which naturally and inevitably diminishes the global success percentage.

I Believe It’s Fair To Say That The Value It Provides Is Pretty Busted

The other practical aspect that I think we have to look at is pricing. Because this could be the very, very, very best Probiotic supplement out there which wouldn’t be relevant if it was priced unreasonably or disproportionately. To that end, to give a little context, some reviews of the Live Conscious Pro-45 did mention the price being steep. But is that genuinely the case?

This One Offers Genuinely Awesome Price For The Value

The supplement of this review has a few pricing options. While I think typically we should be looking at the $26.99 or $29.99 per bottle, we can get it for as low as $23.99. Since it’s 30 servings per bottle, that’s typically about $0.90 per serving. But to make it more objectively comparable, that’s 19.4 cents per every 10 billion CFU.

Now, how does that compare?

Compare it to something like the Natren Healthy Trinity (review), and the difference is absolutely massive. I mean, quality-wise Natren is just like Live Conscious also third-party tested. But it does come with a heavy price tag of 77.7 cents per 10 billion CFU. Furthermore, it also offers only three different strains instead of Pro-45’s eleven.

Now, there are options like the 1MD Complete Probiotics Platinum (review) that come much closer though.

The 1MD costs typically about 26.8 cents per 10 billion CFU. Just as the Live Conscious option, it also adds Prebiotics, and it’s of 11 different strains. However, a definite difference is the quality commitment because, sure, 1MD is properly in-house tested but it isn’t third-party tested like Pro-45.

Ultimately, I Think This Pro-45 Just Gets Everything Right, It Gets It

Truth told, I think it’s pretty darn hard not to fan-boy or fan-girl out about the Live Conscious Pro-45. I mean, many Probiotic supplements out there get most of the aspects right while fumbling on one or two. But with the supplement of this review, we don’t have that problem.

I mean, it offers plenty of strains (including a patented one), plenty of amounts, a patented Prebiotic, transparency, great additives, solid success rates, really affordable pricing, and it’s even third-party tested on top of all that. It’s just genuinely solid in every way.

I Believe This Is A Supplement Worth To BuyHence, (out of avoid it, consider it, shortlist it, buy it) I think it is fine to just go ahead and buy this one. I mean, to tell the truth, it’s probably one of the best Probiotic supplements out there.

I mean, the quality it brings is just top-notch but it makes things even sweeter given the value that is unlike anything else I’ve come across.

I mean, I’ll go on a limb here and say that the Live Conscious Pro-45 is probably the best Probiotic supplement out there. Which brings me to where do we get it best from?

Well, the best pricing we’ll get on the manufacturer’s page. Plus, this allows avoiding any potential of buying fakes, for sure. And we get that 365-day money-back guarantee as well. Hence, I think ordering there is just genuinely the smarter option. At least that’s what I would do. Would you?

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Other than that, I hope this Live Conscious Pro-45 review helped you find the information you were looking for. Do you like it? What, in your opinion, is the best aspect of this one? Let me know below. Also, feel free to leave your own personal review of this below. I’d love to hear from you.

11 thoughts on “Live Conscious Pro-45 Review – The Probiotic Supreme”

  1. Hello Matiss

    This was another remarkable evaluation. Sorry to bother, but maybe we should twiddle hair with this product.

    I was about to purchase Pro-45 but I put my order on hold. Have you been to the Live Conscious site lately? There are strange aspects in the marketing of Pro-45 and I want to refer them to you.

    Looking at the bottle label on the official site, NutraFlora® Prebiotic is not listed in the probiotic ingredients. Therefore, I do not know where you got the image of the ingredients that you share with us here.

    There is something more than curious with Pro-45. As you may know, iHerb and Amazon show the same label than official page. It is normal that the images of a product must be the most current so that they are replicated by online stores.

    This is precisely what leads me to formulate another question.

    If we go today (March 2022) to the Live Conscious site, we will see the most recent photos of the Pro-45 showing various sides of the label. The sincere desire of the manufacturer to present the label on all sides, leads me to the following.

    Why does the bottle not incorporate any of the icons that identify recognized laboratories as a guarantee of Third Party Testing?

    After the enthusiasm of your review, the absence of the icons of said laboratories is a worrying fact. To illustrate the curiosity, I return to the point of NutraFlora®.

    Indeed, we know that the prebiotic is present in the capsules by mere “verbal reference” of the brand name below the photos of the bottle, right in the wording of the official description of Pro-45. Why is NutraFlora®, being a remarkable component, not shown on the label? The doubt about the veracity and the favorable points raised in your Pro-45 review is also increased by the manufacturer’s claims about purity (non-gmo, non-soy, non-gluten, vegan, etc).

    I reiterate that to express my doubts I base myself on the images of the label of this probiotic available today on the official Live Conscious website, Amazon and iHerb.

    None of the claims about the safety of the additives and the effectiveness of Pro-45 seem to go beyond the claims of the Live Conscious site. Regarding the latter, it is clear that the matter of the purity and suitability of the probiotic consists simply of generic symbols, designed to imply assertions that are difficult to verify for the customer, so much so that they were added to the label to appear good faith to the customer.

    Matiss, there’s something wrong here.

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    • Hey, Raul!

      Yeah, it seems that they have cut back on the formulation. I mean, they have clearly changed the formulation. It wasn’t like that. The text was 100% congruent with the actual product pictures and with the product when I did the review but now it seems that they have changed the thing but never updated the product page. It’s so sad. Why would they change the supplement like that? Don’t buy it. At least not for now.

      I will elaborate more but I’m really struggling for time to spare. And I will have to update that article.

      I really appreciate the comment. And if you are looking for something proper, I recall the Gives Health Wholesome Probiotics (review) being an amazing one.

      Cheers,
      Matiss

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      • Dear Matiss, time is gold and I do not intend to waste the what you have invested in preparing such detailed reviews.

        You suggest Gives Health Wholesome Probiotics and I absolutely love it. Except for one thing. There is no way to ensure, once again, that the product in question has been subjected to the scrutiny of Third Party Testing.

        Checking out the official site for Gives Health and Wholesome Probiotics, the same feeling looms as with Live Conscious Pro-45 probiotic. I made it a point to browse the web for pictures of the full Wholesome Probiotics label since the manufacturer doesn’t display them. I admire the simplicity of a product that is not pretentious. But if you don’t show all sides of your label, you’re hiding something.

        I don’t know what is going on with Gives Health Wholesome Probiotics. I must admit, in the light of your excellent review guidelines, that Live Conscious has at least the decency to provide all the visual detail of their bottle of probiotics. Gives Health, on the other hand, is satisfied with placing, on the margin of the bottle of its probiotics without allowing us to see it completely, certain icons with which “good manufacturing practices” are suggested.

        I wonder why a transparent manufacturer would have valid reasons to put, on the official site, badges of laboratories that are not actually printed on the bottle of their product, while, at the same time, putting badges in an overlapping way in the corner of a photo of the product that, seen from the front, really does not have them. By the way, and we know how good they are, good manufacturing practices do not verify the potency and purity of a product.

        Scrolling through the page where the Gives Health probiotic is listed, we’ll notice that the manufacturer (now I doubt this is a serious manufacturer) has put up the supplement facts image. But again, what about the full label, why is it omitted by the manufacturer on their own site, and also why is it so hard to find on Amazon or the Internet?

        While browsing, I found a summary of Gives Health Wholesome Probiotics. I do not know the degree of seriousness of the page that made it:

        https://ushealthreport.org/wholesome-probiotics-review/

        I appreciate your patience Mattis.

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        • Hey, Raul!

          You are not wasting my time at all. I’m truly happy to help if you ever need me. :)

          So, since the other question remains, I will just answer it in this comment.

          When it comes to third-party testing, typically we can make sure that the product is third-party tested in one of three ways.

          The easiest and most straightforward way is when the product has a third-party certification which approves that. One such example would be if the product had NSF Sport certification. Because this certification also attests to the purity and potency of any given product.

          The second option is that the manufacturer offers certificates of analysis on its website. Whereas the third one is the least transparent one. Namely, they claim it and we have the option to ask for them to share it.

          As for not showing all sides of the label, I wouldn’t give that much thought. Because typically it’s just the front of the label and the ingredient list that we are interested in. The rest is more often than not claims or warnings, the latter being regulated. To that end, indeed, there’s not much use to show all of the label. Which is why manufacturers don’t always do.

          Plus, it also depends on the website or the theme for it. Not every manufacturer is willing to invest in aspects that do not realistically matter (like providing pictures that, really, add no value to the customers anyway). Bottom line, I don’t see it as problematic.

          Good manufacturing practices are an empty promise. They use it for marketing. But all brands must have that to be able to sell their product.

          Amazon takes huge commissions from the manufacturers whenever they want to list something on it. To add to that, Amazon warehouses aren’t exactly the most reliable when it comes to not spoiling the product. So, in my opinion, it’s perfectly understandable that a manufacturer wouldn’t list its product there. Plus, personally, I wouldn’t ever buy a supplement from Amazon.

          As for not being sold on other sites, that’s really a manufacturer’s deal. There’s a lot that goes into it. A lot of extra expenses to arrange that (and extra people needed). And we get a 90-day money-back guarantee anyway. Ultimately, if you’re uncomfortable with the product, you can always just go with a mainstream brand. Something like the Sports Research Daily Probiotics is a good bet in that regard.

          Let me know if you need any further clarifications or if there’s anything else you want to run by me.

          Cheers,
          Matiss

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  2. Hi Matiss,
    I just started using a probiotic called DS-01™
    Daily Synbiotic from a company called Seed. Their website is seed.com. I read rave reviews online before I found your site. It’s expensive, $49 a month.

    Do you know anything about this company and is this product worth the $49 monthly expense?

    Thank you,
    Emy

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  3. Hey Matiss, this looks like a good one.
    Probiotics with too many generic strains don’t seem to work for me and also any strain of juat 1-2 billions cfu is like eating rice flour, as they all gets destroyed in the gut. Gladly this supp is not 90% made of lactobacilli.
    I have just added Saccaromicees Boulardii to my daily mix and I’ll let u know if it does improve the inflammation markers.

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    • Hey, Telstar!

      It’s been a while. I hope you’re doing great.
      I genuinely appreciate your thoughts. And definitely let me know if it does. :)

      Have a Great One!
      Matiss

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  4. Live Conscious Pro-45 review, the Probiotic Supreme sounds like the way to go! I have been looking for a good, legit, solution instead of getting into some other supplements which usually don’t seem to be as good as told. I will go ahead and try this one as it really sounds fantastic! As a great choice! Thanks for recommending. I’ll let you know the thoughts upon I receive my package. 

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    • Hey, Sunny!

      Uuu-uu, yeah, I do agree. There are plenty of those not quite living up to the hype created around them.

      And, for sure, let me know how it goes. I’d love to hear from you!

      Cheers,
      Matiss

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  5. This probiotic does look superior to others I have seen around, especially when you look at the list of ingredients they use. I also like that there are very few additives, and the ones that they do use are not bad for our bodies.

    I never realized that taking a probiotic could enhance protein absorption, reduce blood insulin levels, and help relieve Rheumatoid Arthritis. I knew about the other uses though. I think I must really think about adding a good probiotic to my supplement intake.

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    • Hey, Michel!

      Thank you for dropping your thoughts on this one. I appreciate it.

      And, yeah, I totally agree. Plenty of great ingredients. Plenty of awesomeness. :)

      Cheers,
      Matiss

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