Spore-based probiotics are becoming more popular, and for good reason. Research has shown promising results using spore-based probiotics to help promote a healthy gut, especially in conditions like SIBO and leaky gut syndrome. Although they are becoming more popular, many people don’t know what the difference is between spore-based probiotics, regular probiotics, and probiotic yeasts. For this week’s episode, “Bloating, Belching, Gassy…the Fix”, we have a special guest that will explain to us the differences between different types of probiotics, and how they may be beneficial in the management of different health conditions.
Products Mentioned in Today’s Show
SBI Spore – Probiotics have been extensively studied and are characterized as having broad GI and immune benefits. Bacillus spores remain dormant in harsh environments until they reach more favorable environments like the human gastrointestinal tract. The combination of specific strains, particularly Bacillus coagulans, Bacillus clausii, and Bacillus subtilis, may help relieve symptoms for common GI complaints and reinforce healthy gut function.
Saccharomyces Boulardii – Saccharomyces boulardii is a nonpathogenic, transient yeast long used to support normal bowel transit time.† It is a hardy, acid-resistant, temperature tolerant microorganism that is not affected by antibacterial agents. S. boulardii is genetically and functionally distinct from brewer’s yeast (S. cerevisiae) and different from pathogenic Candida species.
SBI Support – SBI Support is a purified, dairy-free source of immunoglobulin G (IgG). Pure IgG helps to maintain a healthy intestinal immune system by binding a broad range of microbes and toxins within the gut lumen.
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