Gut health: The role of spore probiotics in keeping your gut healthy

gut health the role of spore probiotics in keeping your gut healthy

Spore probiotics involve only five specific bacillus species, which are not alive. They are just a protective capsule with DNA, “revived” when arriving in the small intestine.

Spore probiotics help to re-establish a healthy microbiome and they create the optimal environment for all beneficial gut bacteria.

Suppress unwanted bacteria

Unwanted bacteria can restore your own microbiome “fingerprint”. This means that it’s “accepted” by your own microbiome in your body, then it replicates in the gut and helps other beneficial species of bacteria to be replicated. It also suppresses unwanted species of bacteria.

Reduction of allergies

Spore probiotics are not destroyed by your own stomach acid or antibiotics. We need a healthy biofilm on our gut lining in order to break down and absorb our food, as well as communicate with our immune system. This leads to fewer immune reactions of attacking pathogens (which become symbiotic) and ultimately to a reduction of symptoms of allergies.

Heal a leaky gut

It helps to heal a leaky gut, which is the reason for several allergies and autoimmune disorders. It also improves inflammation.

Up-regulate anti-inflammation mediators and down-regulate inflammation mediators, for instance, improve inflammation.

In short, it helps to detox your body. The other interesting factor of spore probiotics is that it converts glucose into vitamin C and produces vitamin K2. So it is vital to drink your probiotics and keep healthy in these challenging times.

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Author: Jana Grobbelaar

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