Prebiocran™, the next generation of gut health solutions

It is widely recognized that diet is an essential determinant of health. The Western diet, characterized by high fat, high sugar, and low fiber content, is one of the major factors contributing to the etiology of societal chronic disorders.  

As a major supplier of natural health ingredients, Symrise focuses on both research and product development on gut health. To address needs of health-conscious consumers, Symrise has launched Prebiocran™, a new generation solution to support gut health and gut barrier function. This polyphenol-rich cranberry extract has been shown to modulate the gut microbiota composition and function, which is associated with metabolic health improvement.

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Dive into the human body to understand the science behind our 5-year Chair of research.
Discover how Prebiocran™ modulates the gut microbiota diversity through a 3D animation, at a molecular scale.

Why choose PrebiocranTM

• Standardized to minimum 30% total polyphenols (Folin-Ciocalteu)
• Recommended to support gut health
• Short-term clinical efficacy in modulating the microbiota beta-diversity
• Backed by a 5-year research program led by INAF, including clinical and mechanistical studies
• Demonstrated to modulate the gut microbiota composition and function, which is associated with metabolic health improvement
• Low efficient daily active dose of 480 mg, enabling dietary supplement formulations
• Processed in Canada from locally sourced and selected for their high polyphenol content cranberry fruits
• Highly soluble spray dried powder

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The outcome of a 5-year research program chair on prebiotic potential of fruit polyphenols

In 2018, Symrise supported, together with the Institute of Nutrition and Functional foods (INAF) and the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), the creation of a 5-year Industrial Partnership Chair on the potential prebiotic effects of fruit polyphenols.
This research program led by Pr. Yves Desjardins, has investigated how polyphenols can modulate the gut microbiome and affect the intestinal barrier function, the main cause of metabolic endotoxemia and low-grade inflammation associated with the onset of many chronic diseases.

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