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Ganeden Publishes 25th and 26th Scientific Studies on the Probiotic Benefits of GanedenBC(30)

May 24, 2017 - (Newswire)

- Ganeden continues to pave the way for scientific advancements and research in the probiotic ingredient space. The international leader in probiotic technology announced that two recent studies have been published in peer-reviewed journals, bringing the total number to 26. The research shows that Ganeden's patented, shelf-stable probiotic strain, GanedenBC30® (Bacillus coagulans GBI-30, 6086), provides added benefits when combined with other functional ingredients such as plant proteins or HMB (beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate).

Originally acknowledged for its digestive and immune support benefits, Ganeden's science team had reason to believe GanedenBC30 offers many impressive benefits, and began delving further into the strain's utility. Additional research confirmed that GanedenBC30 may offer a variety of other positive effects on health, including enhancing the body's utilization of protein, and most recently synergistic benefits when combined with HMB—leading to additional functional benefits to the end-user.

Ganeden's 25th study, which was published in the Journal of Applied Physiology from the American Physiological Society, focused on the strain's positive effect when used in combination with HMB. The study looked into the body's inflammatory response and muscle integrity during 40-days of intense military training. The results showed that not only does HMB provide its previously studied benefits, but muscle integrity may also be better maintained when the supplementation is combined with GanedenBC30.

In a study published in Beneficial Microbes from Wageningen Academic Publishers, research was conducted using a validated in vitro model of the stomach and small intestine to provide further evidence that GanedenBC30 increases plant protein digestion, with samples used from pea, soy and rice sources. The study results confirmed previous findings on GanedenBC30's protein utilization benefits, and became the 26th study to be published for the company.

"Probiotic awareness is at an all-time high, but many still associate them primarily with digestive support, and don't realize that the benefits are strain specific—meaning not every strain has the same effects. We knew the specific health benefits of GanedenBC30 went far beyond digestion, and have worked with a variety of third-party research experts to explore these additional effects," said David Keller, vice president of scientific operations at Ganeden. "Consumers want multi-functional foods and beverages with ingredients that provide a variety of health benefits, and using a probiotic strain like GanedenBC30 that supports the function of other ingredients is a win for both manufacturers and consumers."

Ganeden will continue its ongoing research into the benefits of its probiotic technologies, with additional studies currently underway. For more information on Ganeden, its scientific research and the full line of probiotic technologies, visit GanedenProbiotics.com.

About Ganeden:

Ganeden® is at the forefront of probiotic research and product development with an extensive library of published studies and more than 130 patents for probiotic technologies in the supplement, food, beverage, animal health, sports nutrition and personal care ingredients markets. Ganeden is best known for GanedenBC30® it's patented, FDA GRAS, highly stable probiotic ingredient. Through the fermentation process of GanedenBC30, Ganeden developed Bonicel®, the first science-backed, probiotic-derived, personal care ingredient shown to dramatically reduce signs of aging. Ganeden's newest ingredient, Staimune™ is patented probiotic technology comprising of inactivated GanedenBC30 which has immune benefits. For more information about Ganeden and licensing opportunities visit GanedenProbiotics.com.

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