[PODCAST SERIES] PROBIOTICS

In this six-episode podcast series, Adam Baker, PhD, Karyn Wulf, MD, MPH, and a handful of special guests discuss Chr Hansen-produced probiotics, their demonstrated modes of action, the differences among various strains, safety and quality in manufacturing, and how they can be used in the NICU setting.

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EPISODE 6: PROBIOTICS & DYSBIOSIS

In this 13-minute podcast episode, Dr Arpitha Chiruvolu, Dr Adam Baker, and Dr Karyn Wulf discuss the role probiotics can play in helping to establish a healthier microbiome and improve outcomes for pre-term infants.

EPISODE 5: PROBIOTICS & PRACTICAL USE IN THE NICU

In this 20-minute podcast episode, Dr Arpitha Chiruvolu, Dr Adam Baker, and Dr Karyn Wulf discuss the successful protocols Dr Chiruvolu has introduced to her NICU, along with the six months of data she has collected to help demonstrate the continued support of her probiotics program.

EPISODE 4: UNDERSTANDING PROBIOTICS AND THEIR DIFFERENT MODES OF ACTION IN THE INFANT MICROBIOME

In this 21-minute podcast episode, Adam Baker, PhD, and Karyn Wulf, MD, discuss the modes of action for various probiotic strains, and how Chr. Hansen’s scientists research and identify the best probiotic strains for the developing infant microbiome.

EPISODE 3: PROBIOTIC SAFETY & QUALITY IN MANUFACTURING

In this 12-minute podcast episode, Dr Baker and Dr Wulf discuss the industry-leading safety and quality measures Chr Hansen has put in place to ensure its probiotic strains remain healthy and retain their efficacy across their full shelf life.

EPISODE 2: STRAIN DIFFERENCES AMONG PROBIOTIC SPECIES

In this 10-minute podcast episode, Dr Baker and Dr Wulf discuss the differences among the probiotic strains Bifidobacterium animalis subsp. lactis BB-12®, Bifidobacterium infantis (DSM 33361), and Streptococcus thermophilus, TH-4®.

EPISODE 1: PROBIOTICS & THEIR DEMONSTRATED MODES OF ACTION

In this 20-minute podcast episode, Dr Baker and Dr Wulf discuss the probiotic strains Bifidobacterium animalis subsp. lactis BB-12®, Bifidobacterium infantis (DSM 33361), and Streptococcus thermophilus, TH-4®, as well as review their demonstrated modes of action.

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