In the last two research articles you have seen the confidence scientists exhibit on the place of plant polyphenols interaction with probiotics for our health benefits.
Probiotic Formulas can offer a combination of natural plant fiber like inulin or a more complex combination with a more layered benefits, for example, our High ORAC Synbiotic.
The High ORAC is designed for antibiotics and especially for post antibiotic care. Research on inflammation was one of the reasons we decided to go with potent extracts and concentrates:
Grape Seed Extract, Wild Blueberry, Quercetin, Resveratrol, Wild Bilberry, Cranberry, Tart Cherry, Prune, Raspberry Seed, Strawberry (Total ORAC assay 40,000 per capsule!).
What is coming to view in recent research is the anti-microbial effect these polyphenol exert in the gut, and their ability to create alongside the probiotics all the different nutrients your GI Tract and body need to heal and repair the gut.
Check out the research in the references below, and enjoy!
- Alves-Santos, A. M., Sugizaki, C. S. A., Lima, G. C., & Naves, M. M. V. (2020). Prebiotic effect of dietary polyphenols: A systematic review. Journal of Functional Foods, 74, 104169. Article
- Banerjee, A., & Dhar, P. (2019). Amalgamation of polyphenols and probiotics induce health promotion. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition, 59(18), 2903-2926. Abstract
Kawabata, K., Yoshioka, Y., & Terao, J. (2019). Role of intestinal microbiota in the bioavailability and physiological functions of dietary polyphenols. Molecules, 24(2), 370. Article
We have developed our products based on scientific research and/or the practical experience of many healthcare practitioners. There is a growing body of literature on food based nutrition and supplements and their application in support of our health. Please use our products under the advisement of your doctor.
Speaking on polyphenols and health benefits read this article on Cranberries and fatty liver:
Anhê, F. F., Nachbar, R. T., Varin, T. V., Vilela, V., Dudonné, S., Pilon, G., ... & Marette, A. (2017). A polyphenol-rich cranberry extract reverses insulin resistance and hepatic steatosis independently of body weight loss. Molecular metabolism, 6(12), 1563-1573. Article
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