Our postbiotics are highly stable, resistant to aggressive industrial processes and compatible with all kinds of pharmaceutical and food matrices.

Our yeast probiotics are more resistant to the stresses of the gastric environment than bacterial probiotics so they can quickly achieve steady state concentration and create a strong barrier against bacterial pathogens. Our probiotics are also inactivated and not live, so there is no risk of transferring antibiotic resistance genes.

Key features and benefits

  • Higher compatibility with food and pharmaceutical matrices
  • Easier to store: no need for refrigerated storage
  • Easier to transport: no need for cold-chain logistics

Saccharomyces boulardii ABB S3

  • The world's most studied probiotic providing immune and gastrointestinal benefits
  • Superior and long-lasting capacity to enhance the gut barrier function
  • Induces changes to rebalance gut microbiota

Kluyveromyces marxianus ABB S8

  • Powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-aging effect
  • Stimulates the production of short chain fatty acids to improve gastrointestinal health
  • Weight management properties: inhibits fat deposition in in vivo models
  • Active at very low doses (106-107 cells/dose)

Saccharomyces cerevisiae ABB S21

  • Natural source of vitamins, minerals and amino acids
  • Helps reduce abdominal pain and discomfort
  • Rich dietary source of folate
  • Reduces oxidative stress
  • Improves skin conditions

High Selenium Yeast ABB S15

  • An antioxidant that helps lower oxidative stress in the body
  • Reduces inflammation and enhances immunity
  • Anti-aging properties

High Zinc Yeast ABB S6

  • Contributes to the maintenance of normal skin, hair and nails
  • Contributes to the normal function of the immune system

High Chromium Yeast ABB S18

  • Chromium contributes to weight control
  • Chromium helps maintain normal blood glucose concentrations

High Manganese Yeast ABB S25

  • Manganese supports the maintenance of normal bones
  • Contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism