Re­cent Study Cor­re­lates Mul­tistrain Pro­bi­otics with Blood Sugar Ben­e­fit

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A re­cent re­view of 12 stud­ies found that mul­tistrain pro­bi­otic sup­ple­ments may help with blood sugar and other is­sues re­lated to di­a­betes. The re­view, pub­lished in the Euro­pean Jour­nal of Nu­tri­tion, in­ves­ti­gated the ef­fects of mul­tistrain pro­bi­otics on glycemic con­trol in peo­ple with type 2 di­a­betes. Mul­tistrain pro­bi­otics were found to im­prove HbA1c and fast­ing in­sulin lev­els (key mea­sure­ments of glycemic con­trol).

Pro­bi­otic re­search was the life’s work of the late Dr. Iichi­roh Oh­hira, an award-win­ning and in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned mi­cro­bi­ol­o­gist. Oh­hira pi­o­neered a fer­men­ta­tion method that per­mit­ted mul­tistrain pro­bi­otics to be cul­ti­vated to­gether, build­ing syn­ergy and strength of the strains. One of th­ese strains, E. fae­calis TH10, was de­ter­mined to be 6.25 times stronger than any other strain of lac­tic acid bac­te­ria known, and is found only in the mul­tistrain prod­uct bear­ing Dr. Oh­hira’s name. —Kat James

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