Probiotics Australia have a range of evidence based single strains, well studied blended probiotics and common use probiotic species available for healthcare, food, cosmetic and other applications. With clinically supported claims based on real world experience, it’s clear you can choose the probiotics to meet your particular needs.
Lactobacillus is, or at least was, the largest genus within the group of lactic acid bacteria. In April 2020 an expert group published an update to the taxonomy or naming of these bacteria and many common “Lactobacilli” have been assigned a new name. Their functionality is unchanged and the new naming system allows scientists, consumers and the general public to more easily identify closely related probiotics. New genus names include Lacticaseibacillus, Ligilactobacillis and Limolactibacillus
The “Lactobacilli” group plays an important role in human health, is the most common probiotic found in food, and it is diverse in its application to maintain human life and well-being.
Bifidobacterium are one of the major genera’s of probiotic bacteria that make up the gastrointestinal tract microbiota in mammals. They help the host perform essential functions such as digestion and staving off harmful bacteria.
Streptococcus is heterogeneous group of Gram-positive bacteria, has broad significance in medicine and industry. The probiotic species thermophilus is characterised by its rapid growth and active fermentation properties of milk which is one of two original strains used to make yogurt.
Other genera’s that offer diverse probiotic species which are beneficial to enhance life and restore imbalance to the human microbiome. In light of the increasing benefits probiotics can offer, technological advances are being made as more and more research is being conducted to recognise their uses.
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