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d-Lenolate® Probiotic 10 Billion

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Assists with:

  • Support healthy gut functions
  • Stimulate normal microflora in the gut
  • Promote digestive health
  • Support normal digestion
  • Promote a healthy GI tract
  • Support normal fat metabolism
  • Support healthy immune functions
  • Promote urinary tract health

 

About d-Lenolate® Probiotic 10 Billion:

d-Lenolate® Probiotic 10 Billion is a top-rated probiotic supplement capsules with 10 billion CFUs for digestive health and immune system, 500mg, 30ct.

Top-Rated Probiotic Supplement With 10 Billion CFUs

Keeping your intestines healthy is an important part of overall health and is easier than ever with East Park Research’s healthy probiotic capsules. Probiotics are the “good” bacteria that keep your gut healthy and help with digestion and nutrient absorption. You may have seen probiotics on food labels such as yogurt and fermented vegetables. Those probiotics are usually non-spore forming, like Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria. Our 500mg probiotic is unique in that it is spore forming, which is a hardier group of bacteria that offers additional benefits compared to non-spore forming:

  • Viable under a wide temperature range, so no refrigeration is required
  • Able to survive and even increase in numbers within the acidic environment of the GI tract
  • Supports the normal immune reaction of intestinal cells
  • Maintains a healthy gut flora and gut barrier function

At the time of expiration, this probiotic has 10 billion colony forming units (CFUs). While many food labels include 100 billion CFUs, we choose the right bacteria that works with your body most effectively. The broad spectrum of benefits offered by our spore forming bacteria makes our product the best probiotic supplement online. Probiotics help with a variety of health and digestive issues, and East Park Research’s probiotic will do it more effectively than any other. If you’re looking for where to buy probiotics, you’ve found the place. Order now!

 

Probiotic Strains: Spore and Non-Spore Forming

The majority of probiotics currently available are bacteria which are non-spore forming, such as Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria. These probiotic strains have been widely studied for their health benefits and are a popular choice for use in dietary supplements or cold-processed foods, such as yogurt.

Spore forming bacteria are a diverse group of very hardy bacteria, characterized by their ability to form endospores to protect themselves in varying conditions such as high temperatures and the acidic environment of the gut. The Bacillus subtilis species of microorganism has been known for almost 100 years, having first been isolated and described in 1915. It is considered to be a normal inhabitant of the gut in animals and humans.

Bacillus subtilis has the ability to form spores that protect the microbes from harsh conditions until they enter an environment ripe for germination, such as the GI tract. Because of this spore-forming ability, Bacillus subtilis offers additional benefits as a probiotic:

  • Remains viable under a wide temperature range, doesn't require refrigeration
  • Survives passage through the acidic environment of the GI tract
  • Can persist in the GI tract, increase its numbers and the re-sporulate
  • Supports the normal immune reaction of intestinal cells
  • Crowds out bacterial pathogens and maintains healthy gut flora
  • Communicates with intestinal cells to maintain gut barrier function

Each type and strain of probiotic, spore and non-spore forming, performs a different role with particular benefits in terms of digestive and immune systems’ health, as well as where in the GI tract they act. Multi-strain probiotic supplements provide a broad spectrum of benefits.

 

Ingredients:

East Park Bacillus subtilis (DE111) in a Vegetable Capsule.

 

Expanding Probiotics

Probiotics for Digestive and Immune Health

The human body carries nearly 100 trillion bacteria in the gut… that is more than 10X the total number of human cells in the entire body. Probiotics are those “GOOD” bacteria that help keep the intestines healthy and assist in digestion and nutrient absorption. Researchers are also finding evidence that certain bacteria in the gut influence the development of aspects of the immune system. In fact, the gut accounts for 25% of the immune cells in the body which provides 50% of the body’s immune response.

Probiotics work to help maintain balance in the intestinal microbiota. By enhancing the intestinal flora, these microorganisms may have a larger effect in terms of keeping people in good health. Understanding the type and quantity of microorganisms in the gut has become a critical goal in the pursuit of overall wellness. Recent research on the microbiome has show that its influence extends far beyond the gut, playing a crucial role in both our digestive and immune systems. In fact, studies are showing the microbiome’s role in such areas as brain health, memory and even mental health.

Consumers today have the ability to influence their gut microbiota like never before—from supplements to food, people are seeking sources of good bacteria.