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Neither an artichoke, nor from Jerusalem, the Jerusalem Artichoke is a sunflower root that's high in fiber and a natural prebiotic - stimulating and feeding the Bifidobacteria in the gut.
Lactobacillus Acidophilus is one of the most commonly used probiotic bacteria, due to its studied effects on reducing lung infection and treating of vaginal infections, such as Candida., found in everything from yogurt, to kombucha, to kimchi.
Though less well-known than its acidophilus counterpart, L. Reuteri has been studied to be effective in reducing colic in babies and potentially reducing eczema in 1-13 year olds. is another great colonizer of gut microbiota.
B. Bifidum is one of the key bacteria to colonize an infants intestine shortly after birth, and play an important role in the development of a healthy immmune system.
B. Breve is the dominant species of bacteria to develop in the intestine of new, breast-fed infants, and are considered important to the establishment balanced intestinal microbiota in newborns.
B. Lactis is a probiotic strain known to be better performing in elderly adults due to the increased phagocytic (fighting off harmful foreign bacteria or dying cells) activity it can promote. great for adults and older folks alike.
B. Longum has been called the 'Champion Colonizer of the infant gut' due to its ability to digest and consume Oligosaccharides in infants; essential to the development of the infant's intestinal microbiota.
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Where are the ingredients sourced from?
We source ingredients from North America and Europe whenever possible and only use the highest quality plant-based food that has been certified USDA Organic. Many of the ingredients are native to South America or Asia and are best grown there. Others are seasonal and better quality ingredients can be found in other parts of the world depending on the time of year.
What form does the probiotic come in and how do I use it?