Adare Biome, world – class expertise in Postbiotics
Adare Biome: microbiome and postbiotics expertise
Adare Biome is a specialty division of Adare Pharma Solutions dedicated to harnessing the power of the microbiome. Adare Biome is located in Houdan, near Paris France, and for many decades has used its proprietary fermentation processes and expertise in the development of microbiome therapeutics.
Adare Pharma Solutions is a global, technology – driven contract development and manufacturing organisation providing turnkey product development through commercial manufacturing expertise focused on oral dosage forms for the pharmaceutical and over – the – counter markets.
Adare Biome uses the proprietary Lactobacillus LB strain and the ECHO™ process to enrich, concentrate and
heat – treat micro – organisms in order to provide proven solutions in human digestive health. Lactéol®, our postbiotic, supported by over a 100 years by scientific research and present in 38 countries around the world is indicated as an adjunct to rehydration for the treatment of diarrhea in newborns, children and adults.
Adare Biome is a world – leader in heat – treated micro – organisms that have proven benefits on human health.
The ECHO™ proprietary fermentation process
The ECHO™ fermentation process was developed to create stabilised beneficial bacterial compositions that maintain their efficacy.
The ECHOTM process involves a propriety fermentation and drying process that creates a stabilised combination of concentrated bacterial cells, nutrients and metabolites. The propriety process (outlined below) delivers a consistent, stable and efficacious product.
This specific process delivers several advantages on the product in terms of safety, efficacy and convenience.1
- Zorzela L, Ardestani SK, McFarland LV, Vohra S. Is there a role for modified probiotics as beneficial microbes: a systematic review of the literature. Benef Microbes 2017;8:739-54.
LACTÉOL®: TO FIGHT DIARRHEA
Lactéol® is an effective treatment for diarrhea, given in addition to rehydration and/or dietary measures, in both children and adults.1