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Probiotics And Vaginal Health

In the last decade, many clinical trials have been conducted to assess the effects of probiotics in the prevention and treatment of a broad range of disorders, and the scientific interest in this field is growing. The rationale of using oral probiotics in the...

Probiotics Aids Oral Health

You’ve probably heard of the gut microbiome but have you heard of the oral microbiome? If you think about it, your oral cavity is actually part of your digestive system and, like your gut, has a rich microbial ecology. Also, like your gut, the balance of beneficial...

Are all probiotics the same?

Gut microbiome science has exponentially increased over the last two decades, as has the general population’s interest in harnessing this knowledge for better health. When it comes to science-backed tools for improving our gut microbiome, according to experts, diet...

Are probiotics safe for your infants?

The human gastrointestinal (GI) tract represents one of the largest interfaces (250–400 m2) between the host, environmental factors and antigens in the human body. The collection of bacteria, archaea and eukarya colonising the GI tract is termed the ‘gut microbiota’...

How Probiotics support your immune system?

During the unprecedented Coronavirus pandemic, we’ve seen a renewed focus on ways to “support your immune system.” The obvious question is: can probiotics, by helping your gut be as healthy as possible, also support your immune system? Although probiotics are proven...

Bacillus Coagulans usage in Food

The interest in probiotic foods is increasing due to the growing consumer demand for safe and functional foods with health-promoting properties and high nutritional value. Probiotics are live organisms that when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health...

Antibiotic Ban in Poultry

The consumption of meat, meat products and farmed seafood is projected to rise by 312 per cent by 2030. Intensive poultry farming practices contribute to disease transmission among animals. To control these infections, antibiotics (AGPs) are widely used to prevent...

Introduction to Sanzyme’s Bacillus clausii SNZ 1971

Role of Bacillus clausii in gut dysbiosis Normal microbial flora in the gut (called as gut microbiome) is considered as part of a defence system of gut. Our gut is exposed to unhealthy foods, allergens, antibiotics, and microbial and other toxins which causes adverse...

Introduction to Sanzyme’s Bacillus Subtilis SNZ 1972

Bacillus subtilis is a rod shaped, probiotic bacterium. It is found in the soil like most members of the Bacillus family and the gastrointestinal tract of ruminants and humans. Bacillus subtilis bacteria secrete commercially important industrial enzymes such as...

Role of Probiotics in Aquaculture

The term “probiotic” was first introduced by Parker in 1974 and the original definition was “organisms and substances which contribute to intestinal microbial balance.” The definition of probiotic was redefined as “live microorganisms which, when administrated in...

Saccharomyces Boulardii Application

    Yeast species that meets all requirements that a probiotic must meet namely – it survives GI transit, is viable and stable in the host, and confers health benefits