First proposed to be discovered in 1971 but it has a convoluted history whereby research has rejected and reclassified it many times.
Raw and fermented dairy products, fresh and fermented plant products.
What does this microbe do?
This microbe is sensitive to intestinal conditions by having higher bile salts. It also binds to the luminal surface of gastrointestinal cells and stimulates gut-associated lymphoid tissue which in turn strengthens the innate immune response giving local and systemic immunity.
Urinary tract infections, IBS, cholesterol-lowering, diarrhoea, alleviates lactose intolerance, inhibits intestinal pathogens.
Best before food. Adult: 10-20ml daily. Children: 5-15ml daily