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Yijunshi adopts 7 phrased solid-state fermentation techniques of multiple probiotics to dry, grind, compound and package the fermented soybean and hemp seed at low-temperature. During the cultivation of probiotics, a variety of major active metabolites, such as digestive enzymes, soluble dietary fiber, soybean oligosaccharides, polysaccharides, polypeptides and polyphenols, are successfully retained in the products. Meanwhile, these metabolites can naturally embed and protect probiotics so that the product has better stability and activity.
[Product name]Yijunshi (probiotics & natto solid drink)
[Ingredients]Soybeans, fructooligosaccharides, hemp seed, bacillus natto, bacillus coagulans, pediococcus acidilactici, lactobacillus plantarum, lactobacillus paracasei, bifidobacterium animal, bifidobacterium adolescens, food flavor, sucralose
[Food production license No.] SC10612011610773
[CAS No. of special strain preserved in the China General Microbiological Culture Collection Center, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences]
Bacillus natto (IOB430) CGMCC No.16024
Bacillus coagulans (IOB502) CGMCC No.1 6025
Pediococcus acidilactici (IOB701) CGMCC No.1 6077
Lactobacillus plantarum(IOB602) CGMCC No.16021
Lactobacillus paracasei (IOB413) CGMCC No.1 6022
Bifidobacterium animalis (IOB402) CGMCC No.1 6028
Bifidobacterium adolescens (IOB506) CGMCC No.16026
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The importance of human intestinal floraMetabolites secreted by intestinal microflora:
The intestinal microflora is the normal microorganism in the human intestine, The total number of intestinal microflora is 100 trillion, which is 10 times that of human cells. They can affect weight and digestive capacity while resisting infection and the risk of autoimmune diseases. Intestinal flora regulates human health by producing beneficial postbiotics. Studies have shown that constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, metabolic syndrome, autoimmune diseases and many other diseases are related to intestinal flora imbalance.
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. Soluble factors include short-chain fatty acids (the important ones in the intestine include acetic acid, propionic acid and butyric acid), enzymes, peptides, phosphoteichoic acid, muropeptide (peptidoglycan derivative), endogenous and exogenous polysaccharides, bacterial outer membrane protein, vitamins, bile acids, and long-chain fatty acids.
① Metabolites produced by intestinal flora directly through dietary components;
② Metabolites produced by the host and chemically modified by intestinal flora;
③ Metabolites synthesized by intestinal flora.
How does postbiotics work?
The interaction between intestinal flora and immune system on the intestinal epithelial cells and intestinal mucosal of the host maintains and promotes intestinal flora balance and a stable internal environment. The impact of the intestinal flora on the host is mediated by various metabolites secreted by intestinal flora to drive the stability and recovery of the ecosystem. These metabolites are called postbiotics. Postbiotics play a key role in regulating the growth and reproduction of intestinal flora, stimulating the growth of beneficial bacteria, intercellular communication and internal environment stability.
Is it necessary for healthy people to supplement probiotics?
Probiotics are a kind of microorganism that is colonized in the intestine and plays an important role in many organs and systems of the whole body. Today’s lifestyle and eating habits easily cause intestinal flora disorder and organ damage. This kind of physical change is too subtle to be noticed. However, in the long run, it will cause irreversible damage to the body. Therefore, when we feel that we have good health, it is still necessary to supplement probiotics regularly.
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