Patent pending for Genuine Health's probiotic stability in fish oil

Patent pending for Genuine Health's probiotic stability in fish oil

Genuine Health has a patent pending for a high performance, stable probiotic combined with high quality Omega-3 fish oil.

Genuine Health has a patent pending (U.S. Application No. 61/426,605) for a high performance, stable probiotic combined with high quality Omega-3 fish oil.

“This unique process allows us to take the research on improved probiotic absorption when combined with Omega-3 fish oil and bring it to consumers,” says Stewart Brown, Founder and CEO of Genuine Health. The product, live probio+ o3mega, is available in Health Food, Drug and Grocery Stores now.

Research

Research indicates that the combination of fish oil and bifidobacteria has bi-directional benefits, meaning it assists in the better absorption and utilization of both the fish oil and probiotic. A summary of the research benefits include:

• Adding omega-3 to a prebiotic can increase bifidobacteria levels by up to 3 times and contribute to lower levels of unhealthy bacteriocides.

• Improves probiotic adhesion (stickiness) by up to 12% and thus efficacy

• Increases Omega-3 absorption by the body

• Enhances heart healthy benefits

Stability

Genuine Health guarantees the stability of the probiotic in the fish oil. Strains used in dietary supplements must be able to withstand the challenging conditions of a long shelf life, ambient storage temperatures and water activity—all of which can be devastating to their stability.

The stability of live probio+ o3mega was tested by an independent 3rd party along with some very popular (top 5 in marketplace) probiotic supplements. The results were astounding. Of the 6 probiotics tested, live probio+ o3mega was the only one to exceed label claim prior to expiry—in fact no other product tested even met label claim.

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