Because Bacillus Coagulans LMG 6326 is particularly hardy, it is still intact upon arriving at the gut, leaving it able to form billions of colonies of beneficial bacteria.
How do I know that the strain of bacteria in the Immune Support will survive as I've heard that many other 'probiotics' on the market use bacteria that won't make it to the gut as they are destroyed in the stomach?
Which strain of friendly bacteria has been used in Immune Support and why?
We have chosen to use Bacillus Coagulans LMG 6326 as it can help keep our immune systems in order by producing beneficial bacteria in the gut. It also means that the amount of CFU (Colony Forming Units) we state are included on the packaging will be readily available, even when the product is stored at room temperature.