New Study Shows Combining GanedenBC30 with Prebiotics Provides Digestive Health Benefits
Ganeden Biotech announces 19th peer-reviewed published study

GanedenCLEVELAND, OH (October 30, 2014) – Ganeden Biotech, a recognized world leader in the manufacturing and marketing of probiotics, is pleased to reveal that their 19th peer-reviewed study has been published in Anaerobe (The Official Journal of the Anaerobe Society of the Americas). This study, conducted by Dr. Glenn Gibson, professor at the University of Reading, England; in their validated intestinal model, demonstrated that there are benefits to taking GanedenBC30 and prebiotics together versus taking prebiotics alone.

Prebiotics are specialized plant fibers that beneficially nourish good bacteria, and are a source of food for the healthy bacterial species that reside within the intestinal tract. Common prebiotics include FOS (fructooligosaccharides), GOS (galactooligosaccharides) and inulin (chicory root or agave).

Prebiotics have been shown to increase healthy bacterial species such as lactobacilli and bifidobacteria. In this study, bacterial flora changes were analyzed with prebiotics alone as well as with prebiotics plus GanedenBC30. While there were increases in lactobacilli and bifidobacteria in both cases, there were additional increases in other good bacterial strains (such as Faecalibacterium prausnitzii- and important bacteria for intestinal health) when consumed along with GanedenBC30. In addition, prebiotic activity was increased when consumed with GanedenBC30 as measured by an increase in short chain fatty acids; which are important components for intestinal health.

“This study is exciting, as it lays the groundwork for continuing our research into the combined benefits of GanedenBC30 and prebiotics.” said David Keller, VP of Scientific Operations at Ganeden Biotech. “We are well aware of both the benefits of GanedenBC30 and the benefits of prebiotics separately; but now we have data showing increased digestive benefits of consuming them together”.

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