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5 Reasons to Try Seed

Kat Giuffrida
ByKat GiuffridaMar 30, 2022

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You’ve probably seen your fair share of probiotic supplements online or at stores and may wonder whether or not these products live up to the hype. Unfortunately, many probiotics in the market today don’t specify down to the strain level of bacteria and do not provide scientific evidence to support their product claims. We know that this is important since the internationally recognized definition of a ‘probiotic’ requires that each specific probiotic strain, not just the species, must have been studied to demonstrate a health benefit.  ​ 

Luckily Seed created the DS-01TM Daily Synbiotic to set a new standard in consumer health, with an easy-to-use, easy-to-store, 2-in-1 synbiotic (prebiotic + probiotic) formulated for benefits in and beyond the gut. Read on for 5 of the major reasons you should consider trying Seed's DS-01TM Daily Synbiotic over other brands.

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5 Reasons To Try Seed

1. It Combines Your Prebiotic And Probiotic Supplements Into Two Daily Capsules

Most probiotics come in capsule form nowadays, but some brands require that you take an absurd amount of capsules each day in order to experience the full effects. The research-derived dosage for Seed's DS-01TM is two capsules per day—which is easy to incorporate into a routine. On top of that, the inclusion of a novel prebiotic provides added value making the DS-01™ a 2-in-1 synbiotic supplement. 

The DS-01TM utilizes a proprietary dual capsule delivery technology known as the ViaCap®.

The inner capsule houses the probiotics, nested inside an outer capsule that contains the prebiotic powder. This separation of the probiotics from the prebiotics helps ensure shelf stability and bacterial viability.

2. You Don’t Have To Refrigerate It 

You may have come across refrigerated probiotics in health food stores or pharmacies. While there are some brands that work effectively, others may have poor stability and a low viable organism count. It can also be hard to remember to take your probiotic each day if they’re wedged in between food and condiments within your refrigerator and remain hidden…until you find them days later.

Since the ​​Daily Synbiotic’s ViaCap® serves as an elegant barrier to environmental factors including heat, moisture, and oxygen, it can be stored outside of the refrigerator in your home and remain stable for up to 18 months, assuming that temperatures do not exceed 79° F.

While this may not seem like a total gamechanger, it’s much easier to remember to take your probiotics if you keep them at your bedside or in the bathroom next to objects you use each day, like your phone or toothbrush. The Daily Synbiotic’s superior stability also allows you to take your synbiotic along with you while traveling, at work, and on the go which is made even easier with the travel vial that Seed provides with your initial order.

3. It's More Eco-Friendly Than Competing Brands 

One of our favorite features of the DS-01TM Daily Synbiotic is its sustainable refill system. Your initial purchase of the DS-01TM will come with a recyclable algae paper box that contains a biodegradable paper foam tray that holds a refillable glass jar and a glass travel vial. The tray can be easily composted, the box recycled, and the jars are meant for more than just single-use. Following your first order, each successive order will come with a biofilm pouch that contains your monthly supply of synbiotics that are contained within a dissolvable corn-based barrier foam that protects your shipment from potential damage during transport. Both the pouch and foam can also be composted, making all of Seed's packaging 100% eco-friendly. 

4. It’s Free Of Dietary Allergens And Compatible With Practically All Diets

Unfortunately, some probiotic and prebiotic supplements may lead to allergic reactions in certain individuals, especially those that are derived from dairy or yeast. Additionally, these products may be manufactured in places that are exposed to other allergens like eggs, soy, nuts, or shellfish. Not only that, some prebiotic blends contain too much sugar for people on a low-carb diet, and some probiotic capsules are made with gelatin which makes it impossible for vegans and vegetarians to use them.

Fortunately, the DS-01TM is free from all of these allergens and is compatible with almost every diet imaginable which includes the following major diets: vegan, vegetarian, keto, gluten-free, intermittent fasting, and low-FODMAP. 

5.  It Uses A Non-Fermenting/Carb-Free Prebiotic

As mentioned above, DS-01TM is compatible with the low FODMAPS diet due to its use of non-fermenting prebiotics. Fermentable prebiotics that are short-chain soluble, like oligosaccharides, may lead to stomach pain, bloating, or gas in sensitive individuals due to rapid gas production. The DS-01TM, however, replaces this standard form of prebiotic fiber with punicalagins concentrated from Indian pomegranate. Punicalagins are a novel type of prebiotic that are biotransformed by gut microbes into powerful metabolites with deep implications on metabolic and cellular health. 


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"Seed’s Daily Synbiotic combines 24 clinically-studied, naturally-occurring probiotics strains (not found in yogurt, most supplements, or fermented foods and beverages) with a new class of non-fermenting prebiotic compounds (built around a patented whole fruit extract) sourced from Indian pomegranat... read more.
Kat Giuffrida
Kat Giuffrida

Kathryn is a native of the sunshine state and currently resides with her husband in central Florida.

She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2015 as well as a Master of Public Health in Environmental and Occupational Health from the University of South Florida in 2018. She also earned national certification in public health in 2018 from the National Board of Public Health Examiners (NBPHE).

Kathryn decided to start her career in regulatory compliance for a specialty chemical industry but soon found her way into the digital marketing world and hasn’t looked back ever since. She has contributed to websites including Muscle and Brawn, Pay It Forward Fertility Foundation, The Unwinder, and SHALE Magazine and is excited to continue her work at MSA.

Outside of work, she’s a year-round swimmer who qualified to compete in the 2020 TYR Pro Series and whenever she’s not behind the keyboard typing up new articles you can most likely find her in a pool.