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In the last twenty years, the science behind gut health has been linked to a variety of aspects of our systemic health—including immune health, mood, mental health, endocrine health, and skin health. Many people have turned to probiotics to support their gut health (and beyond), but all too often, the probiotics available on the market offer little to no scientific substantiation. Instead, they simply prey on the naiveté of consumers looking to improve their overall health. Fortunately, there's one probiotic on the market that relies on science, not scams: Seed’s DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic. It's formulated for systemic health and engineered to survive acid, enzymes, moisture, and heat.
Until recently, science considered our digestive system to be a relatively simple system consisting of a long tube where food passes through, is absorbed, and then eliminated. Modern science has demonstrated that the human microbiota is actually quite complex and consists of 38-trillion bacteria and other microorganisms that live in and on the human body. Science has also shown an important way of supporting many of our bodily systems is through intake of specific strains of bacteria, better known as probiotics. When the right strains are administered in the right quantities, they can support our overall health.
Unfortunately, once studies on these beneficial bacteria were released, unscrupulous companies made their bid to co-opt the thought behind the science with products that did not deliver the results they promised. Moreover, few of these probiotic products actually test survivability throughout Gastrointestinal transit. Thankfully, there's a team of real experts behind Seed, a first-of-its-kind probiotic that's working to dispel the disinformation and myths surrounding probiotics with their flagship product DS-01™.
DS-01™ is formulated through the power of science, not snake oil. DS-01™ was designed through a global collaboration between academic institutions, research partners, and their very own scientists. Together they developed a probiotic that actually works by delivering 24-clinically and scientifically studied probiotic strains that support gastrointestinal and whole-body health.
More importantly, DS-01™ is among the first multi-strain probiotics to undergo end-to-end, whole-genome testing—the application of nanopore and shotgun sequencing of microbial DNA to genetically validate each species and strain. The result is a probiotic that not only supports digestive health, gut barrier integrity, and gut immune function, but also heart, skin, and cardiovascular health as well.
And Seed does all this with a patent pending technology that helps their probiotics endure the digestive process so they make it to the colon, where they do most of their work. This is achieved through Seed's 2-in-1 capsule technology—the ViaCap®. Their capsule within a capsule design shields the probiotic bacteria against stomach acid and other threats while also ensuring their viability through the small intestine, so they can be delivered to the colon and carry out their important functions.
Reaping the digestive benefits of DS-01™ is easy. It can be purchased through a monthly subscription kit that includes a reusable glass jar and glass travel vial in its welcome package. And Seed's packaging and materials are sustainably made to be as kind to the Earth as they are to your body. Every month your refills will be delivered in this sustainable packaging including compostable bio-based pouches and corn-based foam.
So what are you waiting for? Do the right thing for your gut health and the environment by choosing the best probiotic on the market, Seed's DS-01™.
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