Can Bifidobacterium longum 35624™ Help Support Gastrointestinal Health?
Can Bifidobacterium longum 35624™ Help Support Your Gastrointestinal Health?
Formerly known as Bifidobacterium infantis
, Bifidobacterium longum
35624™ is a special probiotic strain used in many Align® probiotic products. But you might be wondering, what is a probiotic strain and why does it matter? Let’s discuss probiotics, Bifidobacterium
longum 35624™, and how incorporating a probiotic into your daily routine could have a positive impact on your digestive system.
What are probiotics?
Bacteria are living inside your body right now. And that’s a good thing. While you may associate bacteria with germs and getting sick, certain kinds of gut bacteria are key to keeping your body healthy. Probiotics are also most commonly bacteria. Taking a probiotic daily can provide live bacteria that contribute to a natural healthy intestinal flora.
What is Bifidobacterium longum 35624™?Bifidobacterium
is a probiotic of good gut bacteria similar to the kind that lives inside your gastrointestinal system. Align Digestive Support contains a special strain of Bifidobacterium
called Bifidobacterium longum
35624™. This strain of bacteria helps support your gastrointestinal health and relieves symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) such as abdominal discomfort, gas, and bloating. Bifidobacterium longum
35624™ has been the subject of several clinical studies and has been featured in peer-reviewed journals. Furthermore, it can be stored at room temperature and does not need refrigeration, making it a convenient and tested option for those interested in trying a probiotic supplement. Align capsules come in specially designed blister packs that ensure bacteria remain alive and effective until the “best by” date on the box. Align Digestive Support blister packs also have the days of the week (Monday – Sunday) on them for easy tracking.
Should I take a probiotic?
Probiotics could be a great option if you are looking to promote and support a healthy digestive system. In order to choose a probiotic product for you, we recommend doing research on strain types, considering your specific needs, and talking to your healthcare professional or gastroenterologist.