- Our probiotic strains have the ability to survive the trip through the digestive system
Bacillus spores can switch from their dormant form to their active form, according to their location. When dormant, Bacillus has an endospore; a hardy natural outer shell. This shell guards the spore against destructive factors such: heat, stomach acid, light, and other threats.
- Immune Support
Our Probiotic contains Bacillus spores that have been chosen to maintain healthy gut flora, which in turn supports the body’s immune system. Healthy digestion support Support for your digestive health and well-being by optimizing your gut flora and microbiome.
- No need for refrigeration or enteric coating
Our hardy Bacillus spores are bi-phasic, so they have the ability to lay dormant until they arrive deep into your gut. Unlike many other probiotics, there's no need for refrigeration or enteric coating to preserve them. They can survive shipping and the harsh conditions of your digestive tract.
- Shelf-stable probiotics
Most other probiotics need to be refrigerated and are not shelf-stable. Don't be fooled by their claims. A lot of other probiotics advertise 100's of billions of CFUs (colony forming units). What good are these CFU's if they need to be refrigerated and cannot even survive shipping?
†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Bacillus subtilis (HU58®)
HU58® is an extremely hardy spore that can endure punishing temperatures, pH levels, radiation, dehydration, antibiotics, radiation, and most importantly the hostile acidic environment of your digestive tract.
Our Bacillus strains are a kind of good bacteria that can help your gut maintain healthy order. Bacillus strains are a stable probiotic bacteria that endures stomach acid and preserves its potency in the intestines, where it can support GI complaints such as bloating, constipation, gas, and diarrhea.
Made in the USA
All products are made right here in the USA under strict GMP guidelines in facilities audited by the FDA.
Pure, Tested Ingredients
Dr. Danielle offers the highest quality of purity and accuracy with independent 3rd party testing.
- What is a probiotic?
Probiotics are helpful bacteria or natural cultures that are comparable to organisms that naturally live in your digestive tract. Probiotic bacteria promote the healthy functioning of your digestive system.
- Can probiotics help the immune system?
There are two main advantages of probiotics. The first is supporting the immune system, and the second is to keep your digestive tract well balanced. When your digestive tract is healthy and functioning well, it is easier for it to eliminate waste, toxins, and damaging bacteria.
- Do your probiotics need to be refrigerated?
Bacillus spores, the probiotics that we use, have a protective shell called an "endosphere". This shell guard against destructive factors such: heat, stomach acid, light, and other threats. Unlike many inferior probiotic supplements, there is simply no need for enteric-coated capsules or refrigeration.
- What is Bacillus?
Bacillus is a kind of good bacteria. Our Bacillus strains are stable probiotic bacteria that can endure stomach acid. These hardy strains preserve their potency in the intestines, where they can support GI complaints such as bloating, constipation, gas, and diarrhea.
- What is an endosphere?
When dormant, Bacillus has an endospore; a hardy natural outer shell. This shell guards the spore against destructive factors such: heat, stomach acid, light, and other threats.
Quantity: 60 capsules (30-day supply)
Dosage: 2 capsules per day
Suggested Use: Adults, take two (2) capsules each day with a meal, or as recommended by your health care professional.
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