With over 25 years’ experience in researching, developing and carefully selecting the right probiotics, the experts at Inner Health know that getting the right gut health solution for your condition can make all the difference.
At Inner Health, we follow the recommendations of the International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP), using the PRO quality checklist to make sure Inner Health is a live, strong and effective probiotic.
PROTECTED – Are the bacteria live and strong?
Probiotics needs careful and correct storage to survive as they are impacted by temperature fluctuations and moisture. For probiotics to be alive upon consumption they must remain dormant inside the capsule and protected by either refrigeration or moisture protection technology.
A note on shelf stability – freeze drying probiotics is a standard industry practice but does not protect the probiotic against moisture or heat.
RESEARCHED – Is the probiotic strain tested and researched?
Not all probiotics are the same or do the same thing. Different strains, even within the same genus and species are shown to benefit completely different conditions with some strains having little to no proven health benefits in humans. For this reason, it is important to use a probiotic formula which contains strains that have been researched alone and in combination with each other and at the appropriate strength.
We choose extensively researched probiotic strains because clinical research is the difference between promises and results.
OPTIMISED – Is the product optimal for the condition?
More bacteria is not necessarily better. Research indicates that the dose is just as important as the strain of probiotic – if too little is given the probiotic may be ineffective, whereas too much may give you an unexpected result. A number of recent clinical studies have investigated the effect of various strengths of commonly prescribed probiotic strains and found that there can be marked differences in clinical outcomes depending on the doses used.
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