All About Bifidobacterium Longum

Source: International Probiotics Association

Bifidobacterium longum is one of the first guests to arrive in your proverbial gut microbiome party – and, it is the kind of guest you want to have in the crowd! Bifidobacterium longum is a pretty cool looking microbe, a real crowd-pleaser, with some fascinating party antics, including being able to talk up a crowd, sort of improving the mood among your microbial guests. You won’t believe how Bifidobacterium longum can schmooze with the other microbes in your gut to get them to improve your health. There are many reasons to celebrate that Bifidobacterium longum is one of the most well-established probiotic species in the gut. Come meet this Monthly Microbe, Bifidobacterium longum. Discover why Bifidobacterium longum is the ultimate party guest in your gut microbiome.

We also wanted to note that this crowd-pleasing microbe is also included in the Kyo-Dophilus “Friendly Trio,” made up of L. gasseri, B. bifidum, and of course B. longum, which is Wakunaga’s clinically-studied, proprietary blend that is at the core of each of our probiotics, and have also been the subject of many clinical studies that document the efficacy of these strains to support  a healthy gut microbiome.

To keep this microbiome party going, you can check out the rest of the article here.

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