NuBios able to withstand the harshest environments.
• No loss in potency at room temperature for 3 years
• Highly resistant to stomach acid and bile
• Survives at temperatures up to 110o C
• Stability at both very high and very low pH conditions, delivering higher counts to the digestive tract. • Proven effective in multiple scientific studies.
NuBios Bacillus coagulans is a unique spore forming bacterium, available only from NuTech Biosciences, Inc.
NuBios is a remarkably resilient strain of probiotic bacteria; strong enough to withstand processing and even stomach acid, yet bioavailable for the work it is meant to do.
NuBios is a spore forming bacterium with protective coating that stays dormant until it meets the perfect conditions of heat, pH, and moisture found in the large intestine. Unlike many cultures, it can survive extreme processing, shipping, storage as well as the natural challenges of the digestive tract.
- Improves feed utilization, FCR & body weight.
- Ensures healthy, balanced gut microflora and reduces
- Reduces disease incidence and mortality rate.
- Controls bacteria like Salmonella, E coli, Shigella, Pasturella, and
other putrefactive bacteria.
- Reduces feed, medicine, and management costs and renders
profits to the farmer.
- Ensures better growth and increases survival rate.
New study finds NuBios Bacillus coagulans demonstrates superior heat resistance.
NuBios survives twice as long as other commercially available strains, according to University of Nebraska Thermal Resistance Study
The heat resistance of three commercial probiotic strains of Bacillus coagulans, NuBios and two competitors already well established in the marketplace, were recently compared by determining their D-values at specific temperatures. D-values are defined as the time required to decrease the population of bacteria by 1 log CFU/ml (90% reduction) at a designated temperature. Strains with lower D-values are less resistant to heat.
According to these experiments, NuBios spores had a higher calculated D-value when compared to the other two strains. The data indicates that the time necessary to decrease the population of viable NuBios bacteria by 90% is approximately twice as long as the other two strains tested at temperatures below 110°C.
It is important to note that these values only apply to the specific conditions in these experiments, and may vary significantly if variables are changed. However, the preliminary data collected here prompted Dr. Stratton to observe,“The data collected in these experiments indicates that the NuBios Bacillus coagulans could be the strain of choice in food processing applications where thermal stability in a probiotic organism is desirable.”