Axis TreBiotic Product FAQ

Check out the FAQ below for some of our most commonly asked questions regarding Axis TreBiotic. This article will be updated as we receive more questions. View the official product FAQ here.

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How do I use Modere Axis TreBiotic?

It should be taken once a day. TreBiotic utilizes a beadlet delivery system that allows it to be taken directly by mouth or added to food like yogurt, oatmeal or cereal. It can also be added to smoothies or warm drinks. It can even be taken with a spoonful of Trim. To ensure best product quality, please do not blend at a high speed or add to food or drinks above 1200 F. When added to foods we recommend consuming immediately.

What’s special about the beadlet delivery system?

TreBiotic beadlets contribute to the shelf stability of the product without refrigeration and help create a neutral taste profile for easier consumption across a variety of consumption methods.

Does Axis TreBiotic have a flavor?

No, it is unflavored and is almost tasteless.

How does Axis TreBiotic work and what makes it unique?

TreBiotic contains a unique combination of prebiotic, probiotics, and a postbiotic. These ingredients work synergistically to support your microbiome:
• GOS (galactooligosaccharides) prebiotic
• NeuroFloraTM Probiotic Complex
o Lactobacillus plantarum strain DR7 o Pediococcus acidilactici
o Lactobacillus brevis
• EpiCor® GI+ postbiotic

What is a postbiotic?

Postbiotics are bioactive compounds generated by prebiotics and probiotics through fermentation in the gut. Including a postbiotic in a probiotic gut health formula helps to further optimize its benefits. Modere AxisTM TreBiotic uses EpiCor® GI+, a whole food fermentate yeast product, as a postbiotic. It supports healthy levels of butyrate to support the gut lining and tight junctions to help optimize micronutrient absorption, immune support and overall wellness.

What is a microbiome and why does it matter?

Your microbiome is a complex ecosystem home to an estimated 38 trillion living microorganisms. Comprised of over 10,000 various types of bacteria and other microbes, it resides mainly in your gut and contributes more to your survival than your own DNA, helping digest the food you eat, suppling vitamins, supporting your immune system and even helping create important neurotransmitters. A balanced and diverse microbiome supports overall wellness and can be achieved with support from Axis TreBiotic.

Are there clinical studies done on this product?


The ingredients in TreBiotic have been scientifically studied and are specifically selected for their ability to pair together based on in-vitro lab results and backed by human trials. The ingredients in TreBiotic are shown to help support brain health, immune function, microbiome health, and overall wellbeing and energy. To date, there are no clinicals on the product as a whole.*


Is there any benefit to taking Modere Probiotic together with Axis TreBiotic?

TreBiotic is a standalone product that does not require any additional supplementation in order to obtain its maximum benefits. However, there is no harm in incorporating Probiotic in a TreBiotic regimen. Modere Probiotic contains different strains than the NeuroFloraTM Probiotic Complex that is in TreBiotic, so taking these together may help increase microbiome diversity. The GOS prebiotic that pairs perfectly with NeuroFlora in TreBiotic will also help encourage the growth of other beneficial bacteria in the gut, including Modere Probiotic.

What is the difference between Digestive Enzymes and the probiotics in Axis TreBiotic?

The two products play different roles in your gastrointestinal tract. Digestive Enzymes supplement the natural enzymes in the stomach, which help to break down and digest food. The probiotics in TreBiotic are an exclusive blend of 3 beneficial bacteria strains that are designed to populate the gut and help to support a healthy microbiome, going beyond digestive health to support immune function, cognitive health and overall wellness.*

Can Axis TreBiotic be taken at the same time as Activate?

TreBiotic can be taken as the same time as Activate. We recommend letting your body get used to TreBiotic for two to four weeks before taking it concurrently with Activate.

Does Axis TreBiotic have any side effects?

Some users may experience mild laxation in the first few days of starting a TreBiotic regimen. This is a normal response when resetting your microbiome and will subside with continued use as your gut adjusts to the benefits of TreBiotic.

Does Axis TreBiotic have any interactions with medicine?

Please consult with your health care provider if you are taking medication.

Does Axis TreBiotic have caffeine?

No, it does not.

Is it safe to use while pregnant?

We recommend consulting with your doctor prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Can children take it?

Modere AxisTM TreBiotic is formulated specifically with adults in mind. We do not recommend giving it to children.

How should it be stored?

Keep tightly closed and store in a cool, dry place.

Is this gluten-free?

Yes, it is.

Is it non-GMO?

Yes, it is.

Is it sugar-free?

Yes, it is sugar-free and suitable for those on a keto diet.**GOS prebiotic ingredient contains a trivial amount of sugar.

Is it dairy-free?

No, it contains milk and may not be suited for those sensitive to dairy products.

Where does the milk in the product come from?

The GOS (galactooligosaccharides) is derived from milk and contains a small amount of lactose in it. 

Where does the saturated fat in the product come from and why is it included?

This comes from the glyceryl monostearate and carnuba wax. These ingredients make up the beadlet coating and contribute to the stability of the product. We formulated to optimize the benefits of the beadlet format while keeping the amount of saturated fat below daily limits.

Is it suitable for vegetarians?

Yes, it is.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Updated on March 4, 2021

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