Healthy Gut bacteria are key to healthy aging!

Growing research suggests gut microbes are involved not only in all aspects of body function, but also in healthy aging. New findings show that the gut microbiome could help restore aging-related immune and cognitive impairments.

  • Produces longevity enhancing metabolites from diet such as Urolithins, Quercetins etc.
  • Produces anti-cancer metabolites from natural compounds.
  • Regulates & balances key endocrine hormones.

Studies have shown that probiotics can be beneficial to seniors and aging adults for more than just the keeping the body regular. Probiotics can help older adults maintain a healthy gut and strong immune system while fighting off harmful bacteria such as Clostridia and Bacteroides which are more common with age.