UltraBiotic 45 Press Release – Athletes Perform Better on Probiotic
Dr. Cecilia Shing from the University of Tasmania, Dr. Jonathan Peak and associate professor Luis Vitetta from the University of Queensland have conducted a world first trial in Australia.
Researchers monitored athletes exercising in hot conditions and found that they were getting digestive stress which caused their gut walls to become leaky and bacteria was entering into their bloodstream.
This was creating an immune response and athletes showed poorer performance and decreased heat tolerance.
Preliminary findings of this new trial demonstrated that a multistrain probiotic (Bioceuticals UltraBiotic 45) was effective in decreasing gut permeability and thereby stopped harmful bacteria leaking into the blood.
Athletes taking Bioceuticals UltraBiotic 45 performed better and had increased heat tolerance.
The final data of the trial will be released in July at the Congress of the European College of Sports Science.
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