Postbiotics, also known as "probiotics", or metabiotics or acellular supernatants, are soluble factors, secreted by live bacteria, or released after bacterial lysis providing physiological benefits to the host. Postbiotics, including short-chain fatty acids (SCFA), enzymes, polypeptides, phosphoteichoic acid, outer membrane vesicles and other substances, can have a beneficial effect on the host.
The postbiotics produced by live lactobacillales provide the products with highly active probiotics, contain the ingredients that can enhance the activity of probiotics. At the same time, it can naturally embed and protect the microbial cells, so that the probiotics in the product have better stability and activity.
It is good for the balance of intestinal microecological environment. Postbiotics, the metabolite of lactobacillales, is an important component to maintain human health.