Their first product, Daily Synbiotic (or, the DS-01™) is a 24-strain broad spectrum probiotic and prebiotic formulated to support digestive, gut, and immune health.
Did you know there’s a community of 38,000,000,000,000 (that’s 38 trillion) microorganisms, mostly bacteria, living in and on your body?
The majority of them reside in your gastrointestinal tract, but many others live in diverse places like your mouth, your skin, and your armpits. They represent 50% of you by cell count. Collectively, the genes harbored in these trillions of microbial cells constitute your microbiome. Combined, they weigh about 3-5 pounds (about the same as your brain).
So, what exactly do bacteria in my microbiome do?
There’s almost no function in the human body that bacteria and their metabolites aren’t connected to. The bacteria in the microbiome help digest food, regulate the immune system, protect against other bacteria that cause disease, and produce vitamins, including B vitamins B12, thiamine and riboflavin, and Vitamin K.
Beyond this, bacteria defend against E. coli and other intruders in the urogenital tract, and for women, balance pH and protect from unwanted yeast in the vaginal biome. Their health is critical to the health of our entire body—from heart to skin to metabolism to gut immune function.
Your microbiome is unique to you. And it’s changing, constantly.
External factors like diet, exercise, medicine, and even sleep can all impact and alter the composition of your microbiome on a daily basis.
That's where Seed comes in.
Seed's Daily Synbiotic helps your microbiome maintain optimal health by providing you with a broad spectrum of both pre and probiotics that support healthy digestion and immune function.
Not only does Seed care about your health, they care about the health of our planet. All products are made sustainably, with biodegradable materials and refillable containers.
"This is the best new probiotic, period. I've been popping two every day. Their website is pretty fun to explore too." – Ben
Learn more about Seed in this podcast episode with Seed Co-Founder and C0-CEO, Raja Dhir: