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The Encaptimus™ range of probiotics uses AnaBio’s bespoke micro-encapsulation technology to protect probiotics against loss of viability due to harsh environmental conditions. This ensures sufficient numbers of probiotics arrive alive to the small intestine to colonise the gut wall and deliver the desired health benefits.

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The EnCaptimus range of probiotics uses AnaBio’s bespoke micro-encapsulation technology to protect probiotics against loss of viability due to harsh environmental conditions. This ensures sufficient numbers of probiotics arrive alive to the small intestine to colonise the gut wall and deliver the desired health benefits.

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Why choose EnCaptimus™?

The health benefits of consuming probiotics, eg Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria species, are well established, contributing to gut and heart health , immunity and reduced allergenicity.

However the beneficial effect of probiotics rely on live bacteria reaching and colonising the small intestine. As little as 0.1% of un-encapsulated probiotic bacteria may reach the intestine alive due to:

  • Loss of viability during storage

  • Cell death due to heat treatment in processing

  • Acid conditions in the stomach


AnaBio’s micro-encapsulation protects these sensitive probiotics and ensures their safe arrival in the intestine delivering the desired benefits.

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EnCaptimus™ Benefits

  • Thermal Protection

  • Gastric Protection

  • Targeted and controlled probiotic release

  • Improved gut colonisation

  • Delivery system based on natural body processes

  • Reduced commercial overdosing and associated costs

  • Opens new applications eg; shelf stable beverages containing live bacteria

EnCaptimus™ Benefits

  • Thermal Protection

  • Gastric Protection

  • Targeted and controlled probiotic release

  • Improved gut colonisation

  • Delivery system based on natural body processes

  • Reduced commercial overdosing and associated costs

  • Opens new applications eg; shelf stable beverages containing live bacteria

Applications

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  • Ambient shelf stable beverages

  • Gummies

  • Bars

  • Baby Foods

  • Sports Powder

  • Fruit snacks & Trail mixes

Applications

Encaptimus™ probiotics mock up
  • Ambient shelf stable beverages

  • Gummies

  • Bars

  • Baby Foods

  • Sports Powder

  • Fruit snacks & Trail mixes

  • Ambient shelf stable beverages

  • Gummies

  • Bars

  • Baby Foods

  • Sports Powder

  • Fruit snacks & Trail mixes

EnCaptimus™ Studies

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Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

For all three graphs above:
Survival of Encapsulated and Non Encapsulated Bifidobacterium
post exposure to 138 ˚C for 5 seconds

Encaptimus™ probiotics graph
Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

Survival of Encapsulated and Non Encapsulated Bifidobacterium
in Orange Juice at ph 3.7 at ambient temperature

Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

Probiotic intestinal adhesion (colonisation) to the gut wall.

Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

In-vivo delivery of probiotics 2 & 3 hours after
consumption for targeted release in the intestine.

What Effect Does Caffeine Have in the Body?

Caffeine is metabolized in the liver and has a half life of 3.5-5 hours (there is a large individual variation in how quickly we break down caffeine). This means that after 5 hours, half the original amount of caffeine consumed remains in the blood.

Structurally caffeine is very similar to adenosine, a compound that is very biologically active in the human body, meaning that caffeine can reach all cells and systems and interact in various ways, including energy production, hormone release, mobilization of fatty acids, dilation of blood vessels. Caffeine can also alter fuel use in some people, breaking down adipose tissue and mobilizing fatty acids to be burnt as energy.

How does caffeine help sports performance?

The primary way in which caffeine influences sports performance is through its effect on the central nervous system (CNS) due to the ability of caffeine to cross the blood-brain barrier. Stimulation of the CNS leads to increased alertness, wakefulness and awareness as well as enhanced mood.

Can caffeine help reduce sorenesss and pain?

Caffeine can also have a pain reducing effect, with the brain interpreting feedback from the muscles as less painful in relation to the workload.

What is the problem with Caffeine?

  • Tastes Bitter

  • Strong flavour masking needed

  • Consistent effects can be problematic

  • Gastrointestinal stress

  • Jitters and body disorientation

  • Adverse sensory affects on various products

EnCaptimus™ Studies

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Encaptimus™ probiotics graph
Encaptimus™ probiotics graph
Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

For all three graphs above:
Survival of Encapsulated and Non Encapsulated

Bifidobacterium
post exposure to 138 ˚C for 5 seconds

Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

For all three graphs above:
Survival of Encapsulated and Non Encapsulated Bifidobacterium post exposure to 138 ˚C for 5 seconds

Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

Survival of Encapsulated and Non Encapsulated Bifidobacterium
in Orange Juice at ph 3.7 at ambient temperature

Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

Survival of Encapsulated and Non Encapsulated Bifidobacterium
in Orange Juice at ph 3.7 at ambient temperature

Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

Probiotic intestinal adhesion (colonisation) to the gut wall.

Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

Probiotic intestinal adhesion (colonisation) to the gut wall.

Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

In-vivo delivery of probiotics 2 & 3 hours after
consumption for targeted release in the intestine.

Encaptimus™ probiotics graph

In-vivo delivery of probiotics 2 & 3 hours after
consumption for targeted release in the intestine.

Packaging and Regulatory

  • Powder format in 1kg and 2kg options

  • Natural ingredients with vegan friendly option

  • Patent protected encapsulation technology

  • Kosher, Halal status available if required

  • GRAS approved

  • 2 Year shelf life

Encaptimus™ probiotics packaging

Packaging and Regulatory

  • Powder format in 1kg and 2kg options

  • Natural ingredients with vegan friendly option

  • Patent protected encapsulation technology

  • Kosher, Halal status available if required

  • GRAS approved

  • 2 Year shelf life

  • Powder format in 1kg and 2kg options

  • Natural ingredients with vegan friendly option

  • Patent protected encapsulation technology

  • Kosher, Halal status available if required

  • GRAS approved

  • 2 Year shelf life

Encaptimus™ probiotics packaging
Encaptimus™ probiotics packaging

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