Built upon knowledge both ancient and currently undergoing renewed and intense scientific scrutiny, HK L-137 is Lactobacillus plantarum; heat-killed to advance its properties; first isolated from narezushi, a source of nutrition in Southeast Asia from ages past that owes its benefit to a precise process of fermentation. Feed LP20 is 20% HK L-137, and the remaining 80% dextrin.
Heat-treated, nonviable HK L-137 is more resistant to severe external conditions, such as high temperatures, and can be stored with no decrease in effectiveness over time. Moreover, it is unaffected by contact with digestive juices, giving it utmost bioavailability.
Probiotics, which improve intestinal flora, are a modern staple of human supplementation. Immunobiotics are lactobacilli with a similar form and function, but geared to improving immune response. In clinical study and field observation Feed LP20 has demonstrated superior activity to induce IL-12 production, which in turn improves growth, disease immunity, and stress resistance, as well as lowering mortality in livestock and aquaculture populations, at amounts as low as 20 ppm.
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