A representative from probiotics supplier Chr. Hansen told Nutritional Outlook that while probiotics are known for their gut-health benefits, this is the first time the company has investigated probiotics’ effects on NSAID-induced gastrointestinal damage.
Health Canada’s letter of no objection means that Deerland Enzymes & Probiotics’ DE111 strain is no longer a Novel Food and can now be sold as a food ingredient without the need for premarket notification.
The claims, “Promotes gastrointestinal health in physically active adults” and “Helps reduce the incidence of cold-like symptoms in adults with exercise-induced stress,” have been approved for Lallemand Health Solutions’ Lactobacillus helveticus Lafti L10 strain for active adults.
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Researchers are digging into the possible prebiotic potential of polyphenols, including those from cranberry.
In the study, Herbagut was shown to improve gastrointestinal symptoms and overall quality of life in subjects with “unsatisfactory bowel habits.”
Results from recent clinical studies suggest that Euromed’s pomegranate extract, Pomanox, possesses a variety of health benefits related to healthy aging.
New study results support the development of a new bone-health probiotic category for the company, Probi says.
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Emergen-C Probiotics+, which comprises Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and Bifidobacterium lactis BB-12 probiotic strains, provides immune support by feeding good bacteria to the gut microbiome, a company representative says.