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The Dynamic Duo of Prebiotics and Probiotics!

Understanding the right probiotic supplement to enhance your gut health is crucial. While many probiotics promise to rebalance your microflora and alleviate digestive issues, their effectiveness often hinges on their survival through stomach acid. This is where Bacillus spore probiotics stand out.

Gut Microbiome growth Duo

Explore the transformative power of Bacillus spore probiotics and experience the difference in your gut health with just one capsule a day.

How much probiotics should i consume

With the need for only one capsule per day, Bacillus spore probiotics offer a simple yet effective way to support your gut health. Their adaptability to the human GI tract, backed by the latest research from the Human Microbiome Project, makes them an unparalleled choice for those seeking to improve their digestive and immune health naturally.

A case study

Single-blinded, 25 participants. Probiotic supplementation helped retain moisture in skin. Probiotic supplementation supports skin health in those with skin issues & improved complexion for those with skin issues. Placebo for the first 4 weeks, followed by 4 weeks of probiotic supplementation.  


Why should i use both Probiotics & prebiotics?

Probiotics: The Benevolent Bacteria

Probiotics are live beneficial bacteria that, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host. They are crucial in restoring and maintaining a healthy balance of gut flora, essential for a robust digestive system. For those suffering from leaky gut syndrome, probiotics like Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium can help reinforce the gut barrier, reducing intestinal permeability and inflammation.


Prebiotics: Fostering a Friendly Environment

While probiotics add beneficial bacteria to the gut, prebiotics serve as their food source, promoting the growth and activity of these friendly microbes. Found in fibrous foods and supplements, prebiotics like inulin and fructooligosaccharides (FOS) can enhance gut health and support the repair of the gut lining, making them invaluable in managing leaky gut syndrome.

The Unique Benefits of Bacillus Spores

Human Strain Compatibility: Bacillus spores are recognized by the body as compatible with the human microbiome, unlike probiotics grown on dairy or soy substrates.

Immune and Digestive Support: Research highlights Bacillus spores’ role in supporting the immune system and combating inflammation, crucial for those with conditions like Leaky Gut, IBS, Crohn’s, and Ulcerative Colitis.

Natural and Gluten-Free: Ideal for anyone looking to avoid gluten in their probiotics, reducing the risk of allergic reactions.

Background and objective: Growth of beneficial probiotics is attributed to their tolerance to stress factors while most probiotics have a relatively short and unstable shelf life. Bacillus coagulans, an economically important spore-forming species, is becoming increasingly remarkable in field of probiotics for the decrease of harmful effects of processing and environment conditions on the survival of bacterial cells and to assure their functionality in the human body. The aim of this review was to explore scientific research on therapeutic, functional and biosafety properties of Bacillus coagulans as a novel probiotic.

Results and conclusion: Many scientific literatures have been published on the use of health promoting Bacillus spores in foods. Bacillus coagulans mostly includes several health benefits of non-spore forming probiotics and is able to tolerate heat and stressful requirements of food processing as well as gastrointestinal tract conditions. Considering specific characteristics of spore-forming probiotics, Bacillus coagulans demonstrates a promising potential in production of probiotic foods.

Conflict of interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.


Credit: https://journals.sbmu.ac.ir/afb/article/view/23958

Common Questions Answered

Survival Through Stomach Acid:

Yes, Bacillus spore probiotics are uniquely equipped to survive stomach acid, ensuring they reach your gut where they can exert their beneficial effects.

Antibiotic Resistance:

Bacillus strains are naturally resistant to many common antibiotics, making them an enduring ally for your gut health.

Are Spore Probiotics compatible with the paleo diet?:


A big benefit of Spore Probiotics, if you follow the paleolithic diet, is that they’re 100% compatible (unlike many other probiotics).

If Bacillus is a human strain, why do people refer to it as a Soil Base Organism?:

Officially, Bacillus spore probiotics are not classified as SBO’s or HSO’s, because their true home is in the human gut and not in the soil.


These probiotics use the soil/environment to transfer from host to host.

That means they’re found abundantly in the soil.
That said, Bacillus is found in higher concentrations in the human gut than in soil.

A true “soil based organism” lives out most of its life-cycle in the environment, whereas soil is not an ideal growth place for bacillus strains.

In short, many call bacillus strains “soil based organisms” because they are found in the soil nearly everywhere, but this is a misnomer.

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