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Backed by 15 peer-reviewed studies, EpiCor® postbiotic may help support a healthy gut microbiome and provide immune health benefits.
July 12, 2023
Sponsored by Cargill
Proactive consumers are interested in products that promote digestive health and immune support through the all-important microbiome. Probiotics in food, beverage and supplements can contribute to these goals, but viability may be a question mark.
Enter postbiotics. Consumers are beginning to discover these emerging ingredients as research on postbiotics shows promising answers to the viability question. These inanimate microorganisms can survive the human GI tract and offer great microbial survivability in food and beverage applications.
Many commercially available postbiotics are only now entering the market, but one postbiotic has more than a century of history and R&D—EpiCor® postbiotic. This whole-food fermentate ingredient has been thoroughly researched with results from 15 peer-reviewed studies. Learn more about the key advantages of incorporating EpiCor postbiotic into functional food and beverage formulations in this manufacturer download.
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