MegaSporeBiotic™ SPORE-BASED PROBIOTIC | ANTIOXIDANT 60 capsules
Please use this product under the supervision of a trained practitioner
MegaSporeBiotic™ is a 100% spore-based, broad-spectrum probiotic clinically shown to maintain healthy gut barrier function. This unique all-spore formula effectively RECONDITIONS the gut by promoting microbial diversity and maintaining key health-promoting, commensal gut bacteria. MegaSporeBiotic™ boasts a 5-year shelf-life, does not require refrigeration, and maintains efficacy during antibiotic therapy.
At a Glance
The 1st probiotic to PROTECT its human host
MegaSporeBiotic is a probiotic blend of 5 Bacillus spores that have been clinically shown to maintain healthy gut barrier function and overall immunity. The bi-phasic life cycle of the Bacillus spores allows them to remain dormant in harsh environments until they reach more favourable environments like the human gastrointestinal tract. Once inside the large intestine, these dormant spores can change into their active, vegetative forms and begin colonizing in the gut. This unique probiotic blend aims to RECONDITION the gut instead of reseeding with probiotic strains that cannot survive digestion or colonize the gut. MegaSporeBiotic has quickly become a household favourite among health practitioners and consumers alike.
- Produces proteases needed for protein digestion
- Produces a full spectrum of B vitamins
Bacillus indicus HU36™
- Produces RDA levels of carotenoids: lycopene, astaxanthin, beta-carotene, and lutein
- Produces quinols and vitamins
Bacillus subtilis HU58™
- Produces nattokinase and vitamin K2
- Supports healthy GALT development
- Supports immune function
- Maintains efficacy during antibiotic treatment
- Produces L+ optical form of lactic acid
- Supports immune function
Start with 1/2 capsule or 1 full capsule with food and slowly increase to 2 capsules per day using the following protocol.
If 1 capsule every other day is too strong, try starting with 1/2 capsules or even 1/4 capsule in some cases. Possible symptoms may include abdominal cramping, loose stools, and changes in bowel movements. Though these symptoms may be uncomfortable, they are a sign that the product is working! Symptoms should resolve within 2-3 days.
1 capsule every other day
1 capsule daily
2 capsules daily
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