Unique Biotech Limited with its innovative technology offers probiotic strains that are stable and safe for human consumption. We have developed unique probiotic strains that are especially useful for supplementing infant milk formula with probiotics while maintaining its taste and texture.
We are pioneers in probiotic manufacturing, offering well-researched, effective, and safe probiotic strains. We are solely dedicated to manufacturing high-quality probiotics and thus have the expertise to provide the right probiotic strains that are most suited to food dietary and supplements. From vegetative cultures to spore-forming cultures, our vast repository has them all.
Our probiotic strains are well-characterized with established probiotic properties and efficacy proven through clinical studies. They survive within the gut and are resistant to stomach acid and bile. Rest assured of the viability of the strains till the end of shelf life. The trust of our customers is of paramount importance to us and we assure you of the quality, efficacy, and safety of our probiotic strains.
Our flagship probiotic strain, Bacillus coagulans Unique IS-2® is a well-characterized and shelf-stable probiotic that stays in tune with the ever-changing demands of consumers in the ingredient market. Owing to its diverse health benefits, Bacillus coagulans has been added as an unparalleled ingredient in dietary supplements, functional foods, and beverages.
The health of our consumers is of utmost importance to us and therefore our Unique IS-2® has been subjected to several clinical trials to establish its safety and efficacy before making it available in the market. It is ‘the toughest when it comes to stability withstanding the harsh environment of the stomach.
Being naturally encapsulated with a hard shell, it survives all manufacturing processes without losing its viability making it a robust strain.
Bacillus coagulans Unique IS-2® is one of the most clinically researched probiotic strains. Its efficacy has been established in the following conditions.
Dosage forms: capsules, soft gels, sachets, stick packs, effervescent/chewable tablets and gummies.
Bacillus clausii UBBC-07® is among the well-documented and completely characterized probiotic strains that have been widely used to help in the treatment of diarrhoea. The advantage of B.clausii UBBC-07® is that it is resistant to a wide range of antibiotics and can be administered concomitantly. Being a spore-forming probiotic, Bacillus clausii is stable at room temperature and can withstand a wide range of processing conditions without losing its viability. With its long history of use, B.clausii UBBC-07® is the ideal probiotic ingredient of choice in dietary supplements, functional foods, and beverages.
Safety and efficacy have been established through clinical studies for the following indications:
Dosage forms: oral suspension, capsules, soft gels, sachets, stick packs, effervescent/chewable tablets and gummies.
Saccharomyces boulardii Unique 28 is a safe, well-characterized probiotic yeast. Whole-genome sequencing, preclinical studies and clinical studies have confirmed the safety of S.boulardii Unique 28.
It has been clinically proven to significantly help reduce diarrhoea, defecation frequency, and abdominal pain. In addition, it helps restore and maintain the microfloral balance in the intestine.
It can be taken concomitantly with antibiotics as it is a fungus and unaffected by antibiotics, therefore particularly useful in the treatment of antibiotic-associated diarrhoea (AAD)
Lactobacillus salivarius UBLS-22 is a clinically proven strain aimed at improving cardiovascular health. It is a well-characterized probiotic that is isolated from human gastrointestinal tracts, human milk, and various other sources. This is one of the Lactobacillus strains that have cholesterol-lowering properties and diminishes the risk of hypercholesterolemia.
This strain reduces LDL, which is bad cholesterol and boosts the level of good cholesterol or HDL. This change in the levels of cholesterol further helps minimize the risk of developing heart diseases while ensuring the heart is functioning properly.
Additionally, this strain exhibits properties that lead to the production of antimicrobial compounds, discourage faecal enzymatic activity and restore protective immune response.
Lactobacillus salivarius also aids in reducing colonization by GI pathogens. This is a bacterial probiotic that is also known to prevent and treat various other chronic diseases as well, such as asthma, halitosis and atopic dermatitis.
Clinical study: Effect of the probiotic on serum lipids, insulin sensitivity, inflammatory markers and gut bacteria
Other Probiotic Strains
Lactobacillus Strains are good and healthy bacteria that aid in breaking down food and absorbing nutrients. This strain often plays an integral part in those probiotics that are specifically formulated to treat diarrhoea and to give gut health a boost.
Bifidobacterium Strains are shelf-stable probiotics that are often added to several functional food and beverage products. Several studies have also shown the potential to treat and prevent colorectal cancer.
Bacillus strains have been gaining interest for quite some time now. After undergoing multiple tests and trials, it was found that this family of strains boosts immune health and is ideal for treating constipation and diarrhoea.
Streptococcus Strains are one of the clinically proven probiotics that promote digestive health in the human body and contribute to overall immune health. The strain is also considered to be a probiotic of choice to suppress pathogen activity and diminish gut inflammation.
Clostridium Strains are widely recognized to treat antibiotic-associated diarrhoea and inhibit the growth of E.Coli. It is also proven to have therapeutic effects for patients with irritable bowel disease or IBD.
Enterococcus Strains have proven effective in preventing and treating IBS or irritable bowel syndrome symptoms and other chronic intestinal diseases.
Probiotic strains are genetic subtypes of species. Each probiotic strain has a different effect on the body. There are over 500 known probiotic strains. Two strains of Lactobacillus acidophilus, for instance, have over 100 different alleles, each with other functions and benefits. For example, Lactobacillus acidophilus UBLA-34 provides many health benefits specific to the intestinal tract lining, while strain B-64 has been shown to help with bloating and gas. Thus, probiotic strains are an essential part of understanding the quality of probiotics.
Probiotic strains fall into seven main groups. These groups consist of Lactobacillus, Enterococcus, Saccharomyces, Bifidobacterium, Streptococcus, Escherichia and Bacillus. Probiotic strains within each probiotic family have different functions and benefits. However, there are more than six thousand types of probiotic bacteria strains.
It can be hard to know what to look for in each brand, especially when they all claim to be the best or look like candy. You may think it is just about brands, money and marketing, but there is a lot of information you need to know before buying your next probiotic.
It is recommended to choose probiotic products with at least 1 billion colony-forming units containing the genus Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Bacillus, or Saccharomyces boulardii. Here are some of the best probiotic strains and their health benefits -
When you have harmful bacteria inside you, you can get sick often and worse as such conditions can cause a great deal of pain and inflammation. Probiotic strains are good bacteria that help your body fight off infections and diseases that can cause a great deal of pain and inflammation. These probiotic strains fight off the harmful bacteria naturally in your system.
The question of which strains to choose (or whether to choose a strain at all) comes up all the time. If you are doing a gut-healing protocol, should you take Lactobacillus strains like acidophilus and Bifidus? On the other hand, if you are suffering from an upper respiratory infection (such as sinusitis), should you consider Streptococcus thermophilus or Bacillus clausii. These few strains have been shown to reduce upper respiratory infections? Yes, probiotics can help you cure your condition. However, we recommend talking to your healthcare professional before randomly buying probiotic supplements.