Do you know? Probiotics are fragile.
From production, storage and transportation, shelf preservation to the final consumer's arrival in the intestine after consumption, probiotics are easily affected by factors such as humidity, temperature in the environment, gastric acid and bile salts in the human body, and the amount of viable bacteria gradually attenuates or even loses activity.
Therefore, it is particularly important to control each key link of probiotic activity.
When choosing probiotics, many consumers often only pay attention to the amount of probiotics labeled on the package. It is important to know that a probiotic product has gone through the tests of production, packaging, storage, transportation and shelf life, and the amount of live bacteria in the shelf life of the product is different from the amount of added bacteria it claims.
Life-space probiotics adopt freeze-drying technology* and water-oxygen barrier packaging* to strictly control every key link from production to storage and transportation to shelves, so as to protect the activity of probiotics.
Coupled with the world's preferred strong gastric acid-resistant and bile salt-resistant strains*, it helps live bacteria reach the intestines and exert their strengths better!
(Freeze-drying technology* refers to the 15 kinds of probiotic raw materials in life-space probiotic solid beverages that use freeze-drying technology, and this technology can improve the survival rate of probiotics;
Water and oxygen barrier packaging* refers to the oxygen transmission capacity of life-space probiotic solid beverage composite aluminum foil film <0.1cm³/(m²•24h•0.1MPa), water vapor transmission capacity=0.1g/(m²•24h)
Strong gastric resistance* means that both Bifidobacterium lactis and Lactobacillus rhamnosus in the life-space probiotic solid beverage show high tolerance to low pH and bile salts.)