How Well do you Know Probiotics? – Interactive Quiz

Probiotics are Increasingly Being Used in Practice

I recently ran into my good friend Dragana Sunjic and her colleague Catherine Mulvale at a conference.  If you have never heard Dragana present on probiotics, I would strongly encourage you to do so.  Dragana was instrumental in the development of the Probiotic guide.

The Clinical Guide to Probiotic Products (the Guide) is a tool designed to translate the scientific evidence available for probiotic products into practical, easy-to-access and understand, clinically relevant information.  It is produced by the Alliance for Education on Probiotics (AEProbio) an independent organization that exists to establish probiotics as a front-line therapy for the protection, restoration and enhancement of human health. The Alliance provides an unbiased review and summary of the scientific evidence on the safety and efficacy of specific probiotic products.

  • The Probiotic Guide App can be download for FREE from iTunes or Google Play.
  • Printed and PDF versions are also available by request.
  • For more information about the Guide or AEProbio, please visit:

If you ever have a question on probiotics, I would strongly encourage you to review the website.  Catherine and Dragana created a quiz to see how well you know probiotics.  We hope you like it.

Probiotic Quiz (12 T/F Questions)

1. Everyone should take a probiotic for general health

2. Probiotic supplements are classified as natural health products (NHPs)

3. There are generic probiotics that are suitable for general good health?

4. Probiotics that must be refrigerated are more beneficial for human health

5. Probiotics can be used interchangeably for multiple indications

6. Probiotics are effective for reducing oral ailments

7. Higher dose of probiotic ( higher number of CFU or colony forming units) is more beneficial.

8. Knowing the strain of a probiotic is essential to prescribing the correct product.

9. Probiotic products are proven to support health beyond the gastrointestinal tract

10. Probiotic are safe and can help infants suffering from colic

11. A product with many probiotic strains is better than a product with fewer probiotic strains

12. Probiotics can help prevent antibiotic associated diarrhea (AAD)



Clinical Guide to Probiotic Products from the Alliance for Education on Probiotics (AEProbio).

As the trusted global resource for evidence-based information on probiotic products, AEProbio:

  • compiles, reviews and summarizes evidence on specific probiotic products and associated indications
  • provides health care professionals with the essential information and tools they need to effectively integrate the use of probiotics in their practices
  • enhances overall understanding of probiotics with healthcare professionals, the public, government and media
  • validates and asserts the benefits of probiotics in the preservation of medicines, public health dollars and human resources

For more information about the Clinical Guide to Probiotic Products or AEProbio, please visit:, or email [email protected].

8 thoughts on “How Well do you Know Probiotics? – Interactive Quiz”

  1. Thank you for the reference and charts. I didn’t realize how much I didn’t know about this.

  2. I got 11 out of 12 and I’m not even a pharmacist. Have to thank Dragana Skokovic-Sunjic for my probiotic knowledge.

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