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  • Lactobacillus Bulgaricus Freeze Dried Powder

    in Science

    Lactobacillus bulgaricus is a gram-positive rod that may appear long and filamentous. It is non-motile and does not form spores. It is also non-pathogenic. It is regarded as aciduric or acidophilic, since it requires a low pH (around 5.4–4.6) to grow effectively. In addition, it is anaerobic. As it grows on raw dairy products, it creates and maintains the acidic environment that it needs to thrive via its production of lactic acid. In addition, it grows optimally at temperatures of 40-44 °C under anaerobic conditions. It has complex nutritional requirements which vary according to the environment. These include carbohydrates, unsaturated fatty acids, amino acids, and vitamins. https://probiotic.creative-enzymes.com/lactobacillus-bulgaricus-freeze-dried-powder-item-32.html

  • Lactobacillus brevis Freeze Dried Powder

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    Lactobacillus brevis is a gram-positive, rod shaped species of lactic acid bacteria which is heterofermentive, creating CO2 and lactic acid during fermentation. There are approximately 16 different species in L. brevis group. It can be found in many different environments, such as fermented foods, and as normal microbiota. L.brevis is found in food such as sauerkraut and pickles. It is also one of the most common causes of beer spoilage. Ingestion has been shown to improve human immune function, and it has been patented several times. Normal gut microbiota L.brevis is found in human intestines, vagina and feces. https://probiotic.creative-enzymes.com/lactobacillus-brevis-freeze-dried-powder-item-34.html

  • Bifidobacterium Bifidum Freeze Dried Powder

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    B. bifidum is a Gram-positive bacterium that is not motile, anaerobic, and not spore-forming. The bacterium is rod-shaped and can be found living in clusters, pairs, or even independently. The majority of the population of B. bifidum is found in the colon, lower small intestine, breast milk, and often in the vagina. B. bifidum is an essential bacteria found in the human intestine. When it is low or absent all together in the human intestine, it is an indication of being in an unhealthy state. https://probiotic.creative-enzymes.com/bifidobacterium-bifidum-freeze-dried-powder-item-27.html

  • Bifidobacterium Adolescentis Freeze Dried Powder

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    Bifidobacterium adolescentis are normal inhabitantsof healthy human and animal intestinal tracts. Colonization of B. adolescentis in the gut occursimmediately after birth. Their population in the guttends to maintain relative stability until late adulthood, where factors such as diet, stress, and antibiotics causes it to decline. https://probiotic.creative-enzymes.com/bifidobacterium-adolescentis-freeze-dried-powder-item-26.html

  • Bacillus Coagulans Freeze Dried Powder

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    Bacillus coagulans is a lactic acid-forming bacterial species. The organism was first isolated and described as Bacillus coagulans in 1915 by B.W. Hammer at the Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station as a cause of an outbreak of coagulation in evaporated milk packed by an Iowa condensary. Separately isolated in 1935 and described as Lactobacillus sporogenes in the fifth edition of Bergey's Manual, it exhibits characteristics typical of both genera Lactobacillus and Bacillus, its taxonomic position between the families Lactobacillaceae and Bacillaceae was often debated. However, in the seventh edition of Bergey's, it was finally transferred to the genus Bacillus. DNA-based technology was used in distinguishing between the two genera of bacteria which are morphologically similar and possess similar physiological and biochemical characteristics. https://probiotic.creative-enzymes.com/bacillus-coagulans-freeze-dried-powder-item-25.html

  • Impact Investment with Guest Tara Sabre-Collier

    in Psychology

    What is Impact Investment? The term refers to investments "made into companies, organizations, and funds with the intention to generate a measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact alongside a financial return." It's a good thing we will welcome our guest today, Tara Sabre-Collier to help us understand how Impact Investments provide capital to address social and/or environmental issues.
    Tara Sabre-Collier is a Social Entrepreneur in Residence at Oxford University, where she lectures on impact investment as well as diversity equity and inclusion. Tara has 10+ years of experience in private sector development and ecosystem building in several emerging economies (Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America), as well as an MBA from Oxford in strategy entrepreneurship and an NYU masters in Public Administration in International Policy & Management.
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