Compared to most veterinary probiotics on the market, Exegi Pharma’s next-gen probiotic does an above-par job of decreasing gut problems and maintaining health.
Microbiome science is in the limelight these days. The mutually beneficial relationships between a host body and its microorganisms have become an area of great interest for scientists. Extensive research is underway for a more profound understanding of the dynamics of these symbiotic relationships. Clinical studies involving microbiomes are resulting in the development of advanced probiotic products, which can be immensely beneficial to dogs and cats. Recent studies have further revealed that certain probiotic formulations can bring even better results in companion animals.
The De Simone Formulation is a proprietary probiotic blend of eight strains of bacteria, and has been the subject of more than 80 clinical trials in humans and seven in animals. Biotechnology company ExeGi Pharma has used this formulation to develop a veterinary probiotic with excellent results, validated by several clinical studies.
A HIGH-POTENCY PROBIOTIC
Visbiome Vet is a high-potency probiotic that helps companion animals normalize and maintain their gut health. It has been studied in seven different placebo-controlled clinical trials focusing on GI disorders and kidney function in canines. The research shows that the formulation used in this probiotic has superior efficiency in normalizing and maintaining gut health.
The enhanced effectiveness of Visbiome Vet lies in its higher potency. Available in capsule and packet form, with 112.5 billion CFU live bacteria per capsule and 225 CFU live bacteria per packet, it is more likely to bring positive results for animals as compared to other probiotics.
Visbiome Vet takes into consideration the individual needs of companion animals. The probiotic employs weight-based dosing — which means the dose rates are already carefully charted out for different weight brackets.
It is vitally important to ensure the efficacy of a probiotic’s live constituents — and this can only be achieved by maintaining optimum temperatures throughout the supply chain. Probiotics contain live bacteria, which need cold conditions to be kept alive. However, probiotics are different from other refrigerated products, such as milk, in the sense that they don’t smell different or show any other signs of being exposed to heat — which means a temperature sensor is needed to identify heat exposure. Visbiome Vet is stored in refrigerated conditions and shipped in insulated containers with ice packs and a temperature monitoring sensor.
To learn more about this high-potency probiotic, talk to your veterinarian.