• Survive to reach the intestines nearly 100% of the time, compared to 1-3% expected in commonly used probiotic strains
  • Play a primary role in the development of Gut-associated Lymphoid Tissue (GALT)
  • Produce natural bacteriocins to reduce opportunistic and harmful bacteria
  • Produce higher levels of lactic acid than conventional probiotics, for a greater mobilization of the immune system
  • Produce beneficial by-products such as B vitamins, Vitamin K2, carotenoid antioxidants, and enzymes such as Nattokinase
  • Contribute to anti-inflammatory activity, to help heal damaged intestinal mucosa
  • Assist in the digestion of food and the absorption of nutrients
    Remain stable at room temperature and do not require refrigeration