HU58 High Potency Bacillus Subtilis

by Microbiome Labs
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Capsules 60

High Potency Bacillus Subtilis - Formulated to Enhance the Efficacy of MegaSporeBiotic for Specific Health Conditions

SKU: hu58-high-potency-bacillus-subtilis-MCBL
60Capsules
$51.99

Product Details

Brand: Microbiome Labs

Product Code: hu58-high-potency-bacillus-subtilis-MCBL

Servings per Container: 60 Capsules


HU58 High Potency Bacillus Subtilis from Microbiome Labs can produce over 12 targeted antibiotics in the intestines, which makes it particularly effective in balancing intestinal microflora.

Bacillus Subtilis HU58 is a friendly bacterial spore that was discovered in a healthy human gut at the University of London. HU58 is an incredibly rugged spore that can withstand extreme pH levels, high temperatures, dehydration, antibiotics, pressure, radiation, and even the harsh environment of the digestive tract.

HU58 can be taken with MegaSporeBiotic to support:

  • Healthy gut flora balance
  • Healthy digestion
  • Healthy response to food
  • Healthy gut response in various conditions

Benefits of High Potency Bacillus Subtilis

  • 100% survivability in the digestive tract
  • 40% increase in short-chain fatty acid (SCFA) production
  • Maintains healthy digestion
  • Supports healthy immune function
  • Beneficial during antibiotic therapy
  • Gluten-free, Non-GMO
  • This formula meets or exceeds cGMP quality standards

ou may have heard that "you are what you eat," but a more accurate phrase would be that "you are what you digest and absorb." Digestion begins in the mouth with digestive enzymes present in saliva. Your body then relies on you to chew your food into small pieces before sending it through your stomach acid for further breakdown. Once your food passes through the stomach, the final step of digestion relies almost entirely upon the digestive enzymes from your pancreas. Bacillus subtilis helps to maintain healthy digestion by increasing the production of digestive enzymes in the gut, including amylase, protease, lipase, and more.

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