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PA5051® GRANTED PATENT FOR TREATMENT OF CHRONIC DIGESTIVE DISEASES
Plant-Based Probiotic Supplement Derived From Natural Environment

Fairfield, NJ, November 20, 2017 – A&B Ingredients announced that its probiotic PA5051® has been issued a new patent as a method for treatment of chronic digestive diseases. The new patent covers both inflammatory bowel disorder (IBD) and nonspecific enteropathy (NEP), and can be used as a treatment for both humans and animals.

The newly issued patent adds to PA5051’s portfolio of patents and expands the novel applications of PA5051 on reducing the side effects of prescription medicines such as steroids and immune suppressors The probiotic PA5051 was recently issued patents for: decreasing both the dosages and application times of steroid and immune suppressor agents for autoimmune diseases, inflammatory bowel disease, inflammatory-like bowel disease,  immune mediated hemolytic anemia, or atopic dermatitis.

Commenting on the patent issuance, Gil Bakal, A&B Ingredients’ Managing Director, noted, “PA5051 is a unique natural, plant-based non-spore forming probiotic that is proven to aid in chronic digestive disorders among humans and animals. Derived from wild grasses, PA5051 works extremely well with antibiotics, steroids and immune suppressors functioning as an immune modulator to lower inflammation.”

Bakal noted that because PA5051 is plant-based, it is also a vegan-friendly probiotic.

A&B Ingredients provides natural clean label ingredient solutions to the food and beverage industry with a focus on health and nutrition, food safety and quality. Ingredient portfolio includes pea protein, starch and fiber, shelf-stable probiotics, low sodium sea salt, natural flavor enhancement, natural antioxidants, antimicrobials and yeast and mold inhibitors.

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