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Deerland Enzymes & Probiotics earns Non-GMO Project verification for 2 ingredients

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Georgia-based Deerland Enzymes & Probiotics has achieved Non-GMO Project verification for its branded probiotic, DE111, as well as the company's branded prebiotic, PreforPro.

"Consumer demand for non-GMO supplements is on the rise, and Deerland is responding in order to provide added value for our customers," said Scott Ravech, CEO of Deerland Enzymes and Probiotics. "We're pleased to work with the Non-GMO Project, the leading verifier of non-GMO products in the United States."

DE111 is a genome sequenced and clinically tested strain of Bacillus subtilis, a probiotic spore that supports digestive and immune health. The genome sequencing confirmed the strain contained no plasmids, antibiotic resistant or deleterious genes; the human clinical studies showed the strain's ability to control microbial populations, aid in digestion and maintain general health.  

PreforPro is a novel prebiotic that supports the growth of healthy bacteria in the gut through a mechanism that is not fiber, carbohydrate or starch-based. PreforPro destabilizes the cell wall of certain bad bacteria, resulting in the release of nutrients into the environment which can then be utilized by probiotics and the good bacteria of the GI tract. 

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