Our formulation is able to survive the acidic environment of the stomach, unlike most strains that can lose up to 95% of their viable microbes.
- May provide relief from occasional digestive upset like diarrhea, gas and bloating
- Supports gastrointestinal health
- Helps support healthy detoxification
- Helps support the immune system
- Is shelf-stable, requiring no refrigeration
- Contains prebiotic fiber conducive to the growth of friendly bacteria*
How It Works
Bacillus coagulans is a strain of friendly probiotic that is naturally heat-stable. It can also more readily withstand the stomach's acidic environment, thereby better providing targeted support to the intestine and maintaining balance in the microbiome.
This superior strain of B. coagulans produces the favored form of L(+) lactic acid that has been shown to help maintain a balanced gut microbiome.
And it delivers extreme stability in both high and low temperatures and in the human stomach. Our material is manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to this single strain to avoid contamination and to maintain batch consistency. It is vegan-sourced, non-GMO project verified, and Kosher and Halal certified. Our 20-year relationship with this award-winning partner includes in-person audits of manufacturing facilities by NSP personnel.
Barely 100 years since its discovery, B. coagulans was first isolated in 1915 by B.W. Hammer at the Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station after a batch of evaporated milk became coagulated. This strain gained popularity in veterinary circles, and has been used widely in ranching to help pigs, cattle and chickens to thrive.
Luckily, humans have discovered and experienced its benefits too! Inulin was first observed in 1804 by Valentin Rose, a German scientist who found a peculiar substance when he boiled the roots of elecampane flower. Much of the inulin in today’s market is harvested from chicory roots.
Active IngredientsContains 3 billion CFU (colony forming units) of Bacillus coagulans per serving plus prebiotic fiber.
Q & A
W/ DR. TRIPP (NSP Chief Scientific Officer)
Q: "Microbiome" is one of the natural health industry's latest buzzwords. What is it and why is it important?
A: Outside of the lab, organisms rarely live in isolation, but instead live in complex communities; this relationship is referred to as symbiosis. The human body contains about 100 trillion cells, 90 trillion of which are bacteria and fungi that live on us and in us and perform needed or harmful activities. Some of them help with digestion or help extract vitamins or nutrients from food. Others can cause serious illness when not kept in check. Over the past 10 years or so, researchers have discovered that some gut bacteria - when not kept in check by a healthy microbiome - can produce enough endotoxins to trigger a host of problems. For example, endotoxins in the bloodstream have been associated with blood sugar imbalance and weight management issues. If you think of the gut being its own ecosystem, that's a good analogy for a microbiome.
The health of the microbiome is directly linked with energy levels, immune system health and more. So it's vital to keep the gut healthy for overall wellbeing.
Q: What steps can a person take to properly care for his/her microbiome?
A: Maintaining a healthy microbiome begins with diet as what we eat can influence the balance of gut microflora. Eating a high-fiber, low-carb diet with lots of vegetables and plenty of protein supports healthy glucose levels, staves off hunger and sugar cravings, and supports pancreatic health. Certain fermentable fibers such as inulin (onions are a good source) give the gut bacteria a vital food source while protein nourishes the body and helps with satiety without overworking the pancreas.
Next we can support the microbiome with key nutrients:
Berberine IR is a constituent found in a few plants that not only helps support the microbiome, it helps support already-balanced blood sugar levels.
Probiotics (friendly flora) taken daily help maintain the levels of good bacteria in the gut. NutriBiome™ Bacillus Coagulans is able to survive the acidic environment of the stomach, unlike most strains that can lose up to 95% of their viable microbes.
Love and Peas® Sugar Free is a high-protein, low-carb meal replacement powder that allows us the health benefits of nutritious protein, including a feeling of fullness without animal products, gluten, dairy or sugar.
How to Use
Take 1-3 capsules with a meal. Capsules may also be opened and sprinkled directly on food or mixed in beverages.