THE SCIENCE OF META ALIGN
Only Meta Align contains Bifantis® (Bifidobacterium longum 35624TM or B.longum 35624TM), a unique, patented, pure-strain probiotic. Discover the potential health benefits, the proposed mechanisms of action, and the safety of probiotics. Review articles on probiotics, preclinical and clinical data on and other scientific review articles on B.longum 35624. And, if you're interested in obtaining even more information about probiotics, explore various other professional resources on the topic.
Meta Align – Patented strain demonstrated statistically significant improvement in IBS symptoms^
6 in 10 patients reported significant relief from IBS symptoms after 4 weeks of treatment Meta Align patients saw 20% improvement in global symptom assessment vs. placebo in symptoms of abdominal discomfort or pain, bloating or distension and altered bowel habit.
Meta Align – IBS patients reported significantly less symptoms vs. placebo In Well Designed Clinical Study:
^Dose ranging study that investigated the efficacy and safety profile of B.Infantis 35624 in the treatment of subjects with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Study included: 2-week run-in; 4-week treatment; 2-week follow-up period. Dosage range: 1X1010 B.Longum 35624 capsule (1X109-1X1011), 1X108 B. Longum 35624 capsule (1X107-1X109), 1X106 B.Longum 35624 capsule (1X105-1X107), placebo (capsule) . Primary endpoint was abdominal pain/discomfort at week 4.
† Data extracted from patients responded ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to the question: Compared to the way you felt before beginning the medication, in particular your general well being and symptoms of abdominal discomfort or pain, bloating or distension and altered bowel habit, have you had adequate relief of your IBS symptoms?
‡ Data extracted from assessed using a 6-point scale where 0=no symptoms and 5=very severe symptoms.
The Gastroenterology society in Australia (GESA)
Dieticians Association of Australia (DAA)
International Scientific Association of Prebiotics and Probiotics (ISAPP)
American College of Gastroenterology
Probiotics for the treatment of adult gastrointestinal disorders
American Gastroenterological Association
Probiotics. What are probiotics, are they safe and should you take them?