Our probiotics don't contain lactic acid, but they do produce it as a fermentation product once established in the gut. Probiotic species in both the Lactobacillus genus and the Bifidobacterium genus are considered lactic acid producing, as are Saccharomyces boulardii and Bacillus coagulans - so all of our probiotics would be considered "lactic acid producing" probiotic blends.*
Articles in this section
- What is Bacillus Coagulans derived from?
- What is the expiration date on Bacillus Coagulans?
- Does Bacillus Coagulans contain corn or grain-derived ingredients?
- Is Bacillus Coagulans suitable for vegans and vegetarians? If not, why?
- Is Bacillus Coagulans safe to use while pregnant or breastfeeding?
- Can Bacillus Coagulans be used for children?
- Are there any side-effects or precautions when using Bacillus Coagulans?
- Is Bacillus Coagulans free of magnesium stearate?
- Does Bacillus Coagulans contain sulfur?
- Does Bacillus Coagulans contain milk or lactose?