Another good question – goodguts probiotic produces lactic acid once it arrives in the small intestine – this is the same positive action that yogurt and kefir bacteria provide except goodguts probiotic is 10x more effective than dairy bacteria – as it survives the transit to your gut – backed by research.
goodguts brings balance back to your microbiome by producing lactic acid supporting good bacteria in the gut while displacing “bad” or harmful bacteria.
It is important that research claims are related directly to the particular bacteria strain and not simply the genus and or species. The probiotic used in goodguts has been clinically studied and supported by over 25 peer reviewed, published papers on its safety, efficacy and stability. goodguts probiotic is the only bacillus that has been endorsed by Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Michael Roizen, and Dr. Andrew Weil.
The following research highlights are probiotic strain-specific and relate to the patented smart Bacillus coagulans that is in goodguts Probiotic Tea.