No doubt it's being beneficial...especially if you're eating meat. The research has already been posted here, but if you're eating meat you DEFINITELY need to supplement with probiotics. Meat proteins are extremely hard for the body to digest, most people that eat meat have lower fiber intake, and animal products also result in acid residues which lower the body's pH, causing harmful secretions of calcium stores, slowing digestion, and all kinds of other havoc.
Not intending to go on a meat rant here at all, but just affirming that it's great you're seeing results with ADIA products, and as a lot of published research shows, probiotics are ESPECIALLY beneficial for people whose diets are not conducive to optimal good bacterial levels in the gut (i.e., most Americans).
Glad you're sharing positive personal results!!!