Supernatant Synbiotic Formula has naturally occurring whole probiotic organisms with their Supernatant metabolites and microRNA (ORNs - Oligoribonucleotides), very important nutrients and factors that help protect and balance the gut microbiota.
Supernatant is referred to as the fermented “soup” that contains powerful probiotic metabolites: enzymes, such as bile hydrolase, lactase, and others, peptides, proteins, vitamins, short chain fatty acids, bacteriocins, biosurfactants, microRNA or ORNs, and other nutritional substances. Supernatant and microRNAs are the power behind the new emerging research on immune-biotics: the antimicrobial qualities exerted by probiotics and their metabolites (Arena et al., 2018).
The super blend includes: Probiotics-Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Streptococcus thermophilus; Prebiotics- Inulin from Chicory root; Supernatant - a nutritional metabolites “soup” that is created from each of the probiotic organisms, which include their lactic acid, enzymes, vitamins, short-chain fatty acids, bacteriocins, bio-surfactants, bile salt hydrolase, and their ORNs (Oligoribonucleotides; microRNA). The supernatant is freeze-dried along with the good bacteria to form a powerful antimicrobial formula.
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