MegaSporeBiotic™ is the first 100% spore-based, broad-spectrum probiotic clinically shown to improve leaky gut by 60% in just 30 days. This unique all-spore formula effectively RECONDITIONS the gut by increasing microbial diversity and encouraging the growth of key health-promoting, commensal gut bacteria. MegaSporeBiotic™ boasts a 5-year shelf-life, does not require refrigeration, and maintains efficacy during antibiotic therapy.

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At a Glance

The 1st probiotic to PROTECT its human host

Among non-communicable diseases, intestinal permeability (metabolic endotoxemia) is the #1 cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Metabolic endotoxemia is a condition that stems from dysbiosis and a breakdown of intestinal barrier function. Intestinal permeability is present in most chronic diseases and is believed to be a major driver of many conditions. MegaSporeBiotic is clinically shown to reduce intestinal permeability by 60%, when compared to the placebo control group, in just 30 days without any additional interventions.

Conditions associated with Metabolic Endotoxemia/Intestinal Permeability:

  • Depression
  • Autoimmunity
  • Anxiety
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Memory Loss
  • Anorexia
  • Parkinson’s
  • Hypogonadism
  • Leptin Resistance
  • Chronic Pain
Reduce LPS Translocation

Reduce Systemic Inflammation

Repair Leaky Gut


Dosing Instructions

Start with 1/2 capsule or 1 full capsule with food and slowly increase to 2 capsules per day using the following protocol.

If 1 capsule every other day is too strong, try starting with 1/2 capsules or even 1/4 capsule in some cases. Possible symptoms may include abdominal cramping, loose stools, and changes in bowel movements. Though these symptoms may be uncomfortable, they are a sign that the product is working! Symptoms should resolve within 2-3 days.

Week 1
1 capsule every other day
Week 2
1 capsule daily
Week 3+
2 capsules daily


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