With more than 25 years as a leading professional probiotic brand in Europe, our dedicated team based in New York partnered with Omni-Biotic in 2019 with a mission to bring the world’s best studied probiotics to the United States. Grounded in extensive testing and controlled clinical studies, we have a deep understanding of individual probiotic strain significance as well as how our strains perform synergistically for specific health outcomes. This translational approach for developing high performance formulations has resulted in uniquely effective probiotic blends targeted for Stress, Liver Detox, Immune Support, and more.
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Probiotics hold a great deal of therapeutic potential beyond the gastrointestinal tract alone. From mood and cognition to robust immune function, specific microbial strains and thoughtfully designed formulations can play a vital role in overall health… Read More
In this presentation, Dr. Andrea Girman will explore the interplay between the gut microbiome and immune system development and function. From infancy through aging, Dr. Girman will discuss how microbe mechanisms and byproducts impact immune response… Read More
This study investigated the influence of a 4-week multi-strain probiotic administration in whole-brain functional and structural connectivity in healthy volunteers. The probiotic group exhibited increased functional connectivity in the salience network… Read More
While stress has become ubiquitous in the last year, with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, political and social unrest, and ongoing uncertainty affecting patients and practitioners alike, Omni-Biotic Stress Release, a clinically studied… Read More
This study provides multidimensional evidence that administration of a multi-strain probiotic and the associated change in gut microbiota composition has a significant interrelated impact on behavioral scores and functional MRI measures in distinct… Read More
Multiple converging lines of evidence have shown that the primary cause of inflammation may be the dysfunction of the gut-brain axis. This presentation reviews the links between dysbiosis, metainflammation, and psychiatric conditions. Dr Scheiderer… Read More