New, targeted probiotic solution for SIBO patients
New, targeted probiotic solution for SIBO patients – Ortho Spore IG 90 CT
The functional medicine spotlight is on SIBO, and for a good reason: SIBO is difficult to pinpoint, complex to treat, and many patients have it and do not realize it.
You have seen this patient type before: gas, bloating, and intolerance to certain foods (even healthy ones) and probiotics. Many gastrointestinal complaints are attributed to sensitivity, but the culprit may be an imbalance in the ecosystem of the small intestine.
Microbial diversity without disruption
Activated Bacillus strains use quorum sensing in the small intestine to gently "push" non-resident species back into the large intestine and restore proper microbial diversity and balance.
Increase mucosal immunity and bind harmful toxins
Serum-derived bovine immunoglobulins (SBI) bind and “pull” the remaining lipopolysaccharides (LPS), gram-negative bacterial cell components, and other toxins from the environment for elimination.
3 novel Bacillus strains to gently rebalance gut health
Bacillus spores are a novel probiotic that remain dormant until they reach the small intestine. This allows Bacillus spores to be gentler in the GI tract than other probiotics. Within the small intestine, they spring into action, ready to detect and push out unwanted bacteria using quorum sensing. They produce compounds that repel and break down these unwelcome organisms.
Ortho Spore IG™ delivers three Bacillus strains, all with proven ability to support gut health in SIBO patients.
- Bacillus coagulans
- Bacillus clausii
- Bacillus subtilis
The Immunoglobulin Advantage
Bacillus strains are a powerful force for combatting SIBO, but they need an ally to be most effective. Serum-derived bovine immunoglobulins gently bind and eliminate lipopolysaccharides, bacterial cell components and other unwanted organisms.
The dairy-free immunoglobulins in Ortho Spore IG™ work with Bacillus strains to deliver a dual-action solution for SIBO patients. We formulate using a high-concentration dose (1 g) for optimal, yet well-tolerated, benefit.