A healthy GI tract is a finely balanced environment where countless microbes compete for space and nutrients. Under conditions of health, the ecosystem is balanced (eubiosis), and few GI and extra-intestinal symptoms exist. However, dysbiosis can occur when an overabundance of potentially harmful organisms prevails.
Bacillus coagulans (strains MTCC 5856 [LactoSpore®] and SNZ 1969)
Bacillus coagulans supports a balanced microbiota by having antagonistic effects against unwanted organisms and supporting healthy commensal microbes. In an in vitro mechanism study, B. coagulans demonstrated antagonistic action against a variety of undesirable organisms.
Bacillus clausii (B106)
Bacillus clausii is known to support GI health, help balance intestinal microbiota, relieve occasional diarrhea, maintain immunity balance and help with vitamin synthesis.
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