THE ADVANTAGES OF MICROBIOME SUPPORT OVER OTHER PROBIOTICS.
With the number of probiotics now available to the commercial livestock producer, I am often asked what sets MBS apart
As I see it, there are a number of factors making MBS unique to the present market.
- A prebiotic (food source for the probiotic) is included in MicroBiome Support making it a new category of combinations called synbiotics.
- MicroBiome Support (MBS) contains a living probiotic from a human food source that has not been subjected to antibiotic use. For example, some probiotics are sourced from abattoirs and slaughterhouses in the form of dehydrated animal intestines. These animals would most likely have been raised on antibiotics promoting bacterial microbial resistance.
- In addition to a synbiotic, MBS contains humates, fulvates and deep sea kelp.
- MBS fulfils the requirements for a probiotic in that it is brewed and fermented.
- The Bacillus subtilis natto can form a spore when conditions are unsuitable and therefore survive where other probiotics die.
- MBS does include other probiotics that may assist with immunity.
- Bacillus subtilis is one of the most studied probiotics in the scientific world.
- Bacillus subtilis supports good bacteria within the intestines and suppresses bad bacteria promoting a healthier gastrointestinal tract.