Each tablet of Lactozyme supplies five to six million freeze-dried lactobacillus with bifidus in a dairy-free form. Each tablet will contain that amount up to the expiration date on the bottle. The count wasn’t completed when they were thinking about buying it or thinking about producing it. The count was completed just before it went in the bottle. When the label indicates that each tablet supplies five to six million that is what is in the tablet at least up to the expiration date on the label.
There are companies distributing Lactobacillus bifidus products that do not have a bacterial count on the label, and the doctors who are buying them have been sold a song and dance concerning why the level is not on the label. Don’t be sold a bill of goods; ask for the assays on the product if the numbers are not on the label and/or the company will not guarantee label levels up to the expiration date. Biotics Research Corp will anytime you ask them.
An interesting note about bacteria is their exponential growth in the body. Once they start to grow, they double their numbers about every 20 minutes. If you want, you can sit down and figure out what one milligram of lactobacillus will do over a day. The numbers are staggering.
LACTOZYME (Lactobacillus Acidophilus (DDS-1) and Bifidobacterium Bifidus)
** Each tablet supplies:
Proprietary Blend 148 mg
Vegetable Culture Concentrate, Lactobacillus acidophilus (DDS-1),
Five (5) to six (6) MILLION freeze dried Lactobacillus when packaged.
SUGGESTED USE: One (1) tablet after each meal as a dietary supplement or as otherwise directed by a health care professional. Refrigerate after opening.
Contains: 180 Tablets
Product #: 1281