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PS128 and Autism - Benefits of a Neurologically Active Probiotic

At Bened Life, we are proud to offer the world’s first gut-brain medical probiotic. Neuralli MP contains the unique probiotic strain L. plantarum PS128, which provides dietary support for ASD.

Our goal is not to “cure” autism, a goal that is neither possible nor admirable. Rather, Neuralli MP is intended to support neurodiverse people of all ages in living more comfortable, fulfilling lives being exactly who they are.

Neuralli MP has the potential to support signaling from the gut to the brain, and reduce the psychological stress of coping with a world built for neurotypical people.

  • “It [helps my] overwhelming anxiety and obsessions by working inside my gut. The result is that the time not spent on those unwanted thoughts can be spent on things like happy times together with my cousins, time eating out with my family, and more college credits.” - Izzy

We love hearing the stories of people who have been helped by Neuralli MP. But what makes us feel even more confident about bringing this PS128-containing medical probiotic to the world is a firm backing in published, peer-reviewed clinical science.

In 2023 Bened Life Chief Scientist Dr. Ying-Chieh Tsai summarized the first three published clinical studies of PS128 with Autistic people for an article in Autism Parenting Magazine. These studies show that the majority of Autistic participants taking PS128 experienced some improvement in anxiety, attention, communication, and/or personal autonomy. Read the details about the benefits of PS128 for autism for yourself!

PS128 is backed by 8 human clinical studies in neurological conditions, and counting. Neuralli MP is the only PS128 product on the market that is packaged for maximum potency and shipped to your door with the guaranteed clinical dose of PS128 in every capsule. Find out if works for you.

Recommended reading:

 

My Experience with Neuralli MP - A Neurodivergent Nurse Weighs In

Understanding Probiotics for Autistic People

Neurodivergent Eating - Developing a Healthy Relationship with Food

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