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Probiotics Comparison Table

Use this table to compare the three different probiotics in the Global Health Trax line: ThreeLac, FiveLac, and SevenLac.

Bacillus coagulansA probiotic organism that may help control occasional digestion and stomach problems.XXX
Bacillus subtilisA probiotic organism that may help crowd out “bad” flora in the intestines.XXX
Enterococcus faecalisThe Enterococci constitute a major genus within the lactic acid bacteria group, and exists naturally in the human digestive tract. This effective probiotic bacteria is the result of formulation under strict laboratory conditions.XXX
Lactobacillus acidophilusThese friendly bacteria inhabit the intestinal tract. The breakdown of nutrients by L. acidophilus produces lactic acid, hydrogen peroxide, and other by-products that may enhance optimal intestinal flora.XX
Bifidobacterium longumMay help keep the digestive system running smoothly.XX
Lactobacillus rhamnosusMay be helpful with various types of diarrhea, as well as acute gastroenteritis.X
Lactobacillus johnsoniAble to positively influence both the intestinal and systemic immune systems, L. johnsonii is showing many benefits, one of which may be a role in inhibiting gastrin production (gastrin is a hormone that tends to produce a highly acidic condition). Another potential plus is a powerful growth-inhibitory effect on pathogenic (harmful) bacteria.X