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Ganeden Biotech Takes Sustenex(TM) National with GanedenBC30 Probiotic
Date:4/8/2008

CLEVELAND, April 8, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Ganeden Biotech announced that Sustenex(TM), its all-natural daily probiotic supplement is now available nationwide. Each Sustenex(TM) capsule contains at least 2 billion live probiotic cells of GanedenBC30, a proprietary, patented strain of Bacillus coagulans designed to help promote immune and digestive fitness. Sustenex(TM) with GanedenBC30 Probiotic is designed to survive and thrive in the digestive tract delivering ten times more probiotic cells than most yogurts.

Immune and Digestive Fitness

According to health and nutrition experts, taking care of the whole body, including the gut, is important to good health and successful aging. Probiotics, or beneficial bacteria, can help counteract insults to the digestive system from poor diet, age, travel, antibiotic use and stress. "Good" and "bad" bacteria maintain a delicate balance in the intestinal tract, which is home to more than 70% of the body's immune system.

"We need to start paying more attention to digestive health," said Steven Pratt, MD, renowned nutrition and lifestyle expert and author of SuperFoods RX and SuperFoods HealthStyle. "Our digestive system is bombarded with insults every day. Eating a healthy diet is critical, but in order to create the right balance of good and bad bacteria in the gut to help build up defenses we need to look at probiotics." According to Dr. Pratt, to get the full benefits of probiotics, look for a supplement that can survive transit through the harsh stomach environment. "Sustenex is a great choice because it contains Bacillus coagulans, a powerful probiotic with a natural protective shell that shields the bacteria from stomach acid as it moves through your digestive system. Probiotics don't work if they don't make it to the gut. Choose one that gets the job done," continued Pratt.

"A daily probiotic supplement helps achieve a balance in the digestive system that we couldn't otherwise meet t
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