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What the clinical science says about Bened Life PS128
Bened Life PS128 is powered by 30 billion CFUs of L. plantarum PS128, a neurologically active probiotic strain.
In three clinical studies of PS128 conducted with autistic people, neurological health benefits were seen in a significant number of participants1-3.
In a pilot study with 25 Parkinson’s disease patients taking PS128 alongside their own prescribed anti-Parkinsonian medications, participants noted significant improvements in motor symptoms and quality of life4.
The mighty microbiome
The trillions of microorganisms inside your gut play a crucial role in healthy gastrointestinal function and in your overall health.
Scientists have long known about the link between the microbiome, inflammation and the immune system.
Now we know that a healthy microbiome can also lead to a healthier brain.
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How is Bened Life PS128 different from a probiotic I can buy at the store?
Many probiotics on the market can affect gastrointestinal function. A healthy gut may make you feel better, but L. plantarum PS128 in Bened Life PS128 goes even farther. It can actually have a direct impact on neurological functions like clear thinking, mood, and movement as seen in the lab and in the clinic. Other strains of L. plantarum and most other probiotics can’t.
Where can I find the 12 clinical studies about PS128?
L. plantarum PS128, the active ingredient in Bened Life PS128, has been clinically studied in people with neurological health conditions, with mental health challenges, and in athletes. Summaries and links to the scientific research studies can be found here.
Is L. plantarum PS128 the only probiotic strain that is neurologically active?
PS128 is not the only probiotic that can affect neurological conditions, but other neurologically active probiotic strains may not have the same unique benefits PS128 has. Every probiotic strain is different, some with unique properties.
Can PS128 help me if I don’t have gastrointestinal problems?
Yes. In clinical studies, neurological benefits from PS128 were seen in patients with and without GI symptoms.