An update on Symprove’s viability study

An update on Symprove’s viability study

Did you know…? We now have preliminary in vivo work demonstrating that Symprove is recovered in stool samples, which bridges the gap with our current in vitro work.  

Our latest foundational in vivo data showed that over 70% of people had a 2-fold increase or more in lactobacillus and enterococcus recovered in stool samples (undertaken at the University of Bath), which supports our current published in vitro work with ProDigest. If you’d like to find out more about our Symprove research, please book a session with your Symprove Healthcare Representative.

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