The Truth About DDS-1 Strain L. acidophilus Advertising

DDS-1 is a unique strain of L. acidophilus discovered by Dr. Khem Shahani in 1959 after studying and comparing the properties of numerous strains of L. acidophilus. Dr. Shahani’s work at the University of Nebraska in the Department of Dairy Science, over a period of 40 years, addressed the most critical issues: stability, viability and bioactivity of the cells, resistance to digestive acidity, antibiotic-like and other probiotic aspects, and above all successful implantation in the digestive system.