Gut health—More applications of prebiotics and postbiotics
60-80% of our immune system is in the gut, and if the gut is out of balance, it can lead to further health problems. In the field of intestinal health, probiotics are ingredients that are highly recognized by consumers, and prebiotics are often used as auxiliary ingredients to promote the reproduction of probiotics and provide nutrients for probiotics; while the new generation of postbiotics is processed probiotics. Beneficial bacteria components are collectively referred to, including bacteria and metabolites, and its representative component lipoteichic acid can protect postbiotics from being damaged by acid, alkali and heat.
Commonly used raw materials: Probiotics, Oligosaccharides (Xylo-oligosaccharides, Galacto-oligosaccharides, Lactose), Resistant Dextrin, Inulin, Chia seeds, Psyllium husk, Digestive enzymes, Enzymes
Potential raw materials: Apple cider vinegar, Postbiotis