Benefits of Lactic Biology

The lactic culture groups in our cultured probiotics do many amazing things. The first thing to thank them for is pathogenic control. Lactic cultures are the guys that can quickly kill toxin producing organisms. When they are equipped with the right nutrients they will kill these disease-causing organisms in as little as 24 hours.

There is a constant influx of pathogens into livestock and poultry barns. If we can get the beneficial organisms topped off and running the show, they will prevent the pathogens from gaining a foothold. Sickness wastes an incredible amount of animal energy, which then needs to be replaced. If we eliminate the pathogens that cause the sickness, that energy is now available for the animal’s growth and production.

Here is the SHORT list of benefits from the lactic groups:

  • Lives in the GI tract, preventing pathogens / disease causing organisms from flourishing (e.g. listeria, E Coli, Clostridium Botulinum, Salmonellas which are now ALL antibiotic resistant)
  • Creates a healthy barrier in the colon. Stops dangerous bacteria from penetrating the lining of the intestines and entering into the blood stream
  • Reverses Irritable Bowel symptoms
  • Eases symptoms of Crohns disease
  • Helps heal Colitis
  • Is resistant to most antibiotics, which is why we see it still working when antibiotics are used
  • Lessen the effects of the use of antibiotics
  • Resists chemotherapeutics
  • Preserves critical nutrients and vitamins, and acts as an antioxidant
  • improves the composition of LDL (which you need, but in lower amounts) post-prandial lipids
  • Remarkable anti-atherogenic effects
  • Produces L Lysine Amino Acids (this is rare)
  • Highly effective in preventing soy-related allergies (immunoreactivity)
  • Improves liver status, reduction of mucosal inflammation
  • Assists cholesterol metabolism
  • Suppresses gram negative Enterococci, Shigella, and Staphylacoccus
  • Resistance to glycopeptide vancomycin, to tetracycline, erthromycin resistance plasmids
  • Ability to ferment sugar substances into lactic acid, D lactate, L lactate
  • Improves animal performance
  • Reduces growth of yeasts, inhibitory to molds
  • Survives gastrointestinal transit, being resistant to bile, low pH, digestive enzymes
  • Reduces intestinal pain in animals
  • Effective against both Salmonella typhimurium and Campylobacter jejuni
  • Improves bowel regularity
  • Has a preventative effect against traveler’s diarrhea, as well as antibiotic related bowel issues
  • Produces vitamin K, lactase, bacteriocins, such as acidolin, acidophilin and lactocidin
  • Has the potential to reduce risk of coronary heart disease by up to 10% via serum cholesterol concentration
  • Induces uopioid and canabiniod receptors in the intestines of animals
  • Produces enzymes, amylase, protease, produces antibiotic and fungicide to control pathogens
  • Ferociuos warriors in the army of advantageous microbes maintaining micro-flora balance in the intestine
  • Bolsters the immune system
  • Aids in digestion
  • Controls allergic diseases
  • Cancer prevention
  • Converts nitrates (NO3) into nitrites (NO2) reduces toxic effects
  • Produces important B complex vitamins

In addition to these benefits, there are many more that we haven't even learned yet. With all of these benefits from just one probiotic group, it is easy to see why our probiotic cultures containing multiple groups are so effective at improving livestock health and preventing disease.

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