As a reminder, we recommend starting out slowly when taking MegaSporeBiotic to avoid any symptoms associated with detoxification. Although these symptoms are rare, we advise starting all of your patients slowly. Most common symptoms are loose stools and intestinal cramping.
It’s best to take MegaSporeBiotic with food or immediately following a meal. Taking MegaSporeBiotic without a meal should not cause an upset stomach, but providing the spores with nutrients as soon as they re-sporulate in the large intestine will significantly enhance their efficacy.
Recommend Titration Schedule:
- Week 1: Take 1 capsule every other day
- Week 2: Take 1 capsule every day
- Week 3: Take 2 capsules every day
Thereafter: Continue at the standard dosage of 2 capsules/day unless otherwise instructed by your healthcare provider. Patients who are comfortable at 2 capsules/day can always increase their dose to help fight acute infections during periods of immune and gastrointestinal stress.
For acute treatment, patients may take up 3-4 capsules/day for 3-5 days.
Sensitive adults who may have greater levels of dysbiosis will want to start out slowly with ¼ or ½ capsule every other day. Gradually increase the amount until the patient is able to tolerate 2 capsules per day.
Infants should start out taking ¼ or ½ capsule every other day. Slowly increase the dose to 1 capsule per day with food. Content of the capsule may be combined with a small amount of food or drink, such as apple sauce or water, for a more individualized dose. Refrigeration is NEVER necessary with MegaSporeBiotic.
Children over the age of 10 should follow the adult titration schedule listed above.
If symptoms become uncomfortable as dosing increases, some supplementation until symptoms subside and then repeat titration schedule at a slower pace. Individual results may vary.
MegaSporeBiotic is not a drug and therefore not intended to “diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease”.