Get to know our probiotics strain!

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Our probiotics strain (GBI-30, 6086) is a patented, FDA GRAS probiotic ingredient found in more than 900 leading food and beverage products around the world. It is a shelf-stable, science-backed probiotic strain that has been shown to provide digestive health, immune health and protein utilization benefits. Unlike most other probiotic strains, Ganeden  is a spore-former, which makes it highly stable and allows it to remain viable throughout most manufacturing processes and the low pH of stomach acid. Well-researched and easy to formulate into functional food, beverages and companion animal products, Ganeden  is backed by over 25 published papers. Part of Kerry’s nutrition and wellness portfolio, Ganeden is natural, vegan, Non-GMO Project verified, organic compliant and allergen-free.

 

GanedenBC30 is designed by nature to survive and thrive so more probiotic cells can make it to your gut and help support your digestive and immune systems.

GanedenBC30 is amazing because:

IT SURVIVES
Because GanedenBC
30 is a spore-forming strain, it survives manufacturing processes and stomach acids to help deliver beneficial bacteria more effectively to your digestive system*.

IT'S SHELF-STABLE
GanedenBC
30 require no refrigeration and has a three year shelf life. That means that the number of probiotic cell that go in during manufacturing is the same number of effective cells you get when you consume the product.

IT'S SAFE
GanedenBC
30 has over 20 published clinical studies and is the only Bacillus with FDA GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) status.

IT PRODUCES LACTIC ACID
GanedenBC
30 produces lactic acid which lowers the pH of the intestines making it less hospitable for bad bacteria to grow*.

IT DELIVERS LIVE CELLS 10 TIMES MORE EFFECTIVELY THAN COMMON PROBIOTIC YOGURT
In an independent lab study of a simulated gastric environment with a pH of 2.0 for two hours, GanedenBC
30delivered live cells 10 times more effectively than common probiotic yogurts.

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