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Human Clinical Study: DE111 Germinates in the Small Intestine

While probiotic spores can confer health benefits, it is believed that germination of the spores is required for some probiotic activity (i.e. short chain fatty acids, antimicrobial peptides, enzymes, etc.). A novel clinical trial in 11 ileostomy participants was conducted…

Probiotic DE111 Speaks to Human and Pet Nutrition Shoppers

KENNESAW, Ga. (June 29, 2021) – It’s no secret: probiotics are in demand across many health and wellness categories. For themselves and their pets, people are increasingly seeking information, clinical support, and, ultimately, confidence that the ingredients they and their loved…

From Chocolate to Kimchi: Probiotic Foods of Today

The benefits and impact of probiotic-rich foods have been appreciated for centuries. From staples like yogurt, sauerkraut and tempeh, to kimchi and kefir – probiotics are found in foods around the world. As the importance of gut health is better…

White Paper: High Demand for Immunity Products

Consumers are looking for new alternatives to strengthen their immunity, and new understandings related to the microbiome have shed a light on the link between gut health and immune health. When it comes to immunity, consumers are looking beyond antioxidant…

Marketing Trends in Probiotics for the Food and Beverage Market

As consumers look to better understand the various functional ingredients in probiotics and distinguish what elements meet specific needs, how can probiotics better market their components and their impact to a more engaged consumer base? Leanne Levy, Director of Marketing…

White Paper: Make It a Hit for Children’s Health with DE111

Parents see digestive supplements as allies in keeping their kids healthy physically and mentally in these uncertain times; a way to give their children energy; and good for promoting healthy growth. When it comes to children, the importance of clinical…