Product Information and Supporting Research
Below are helpful links in understanding MegaSporeBiotic as well as supporting research documents and publications. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to e-mail us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, we invite you to find us on our social media pages for deals & new research findings.
Supporting Research Documents
- Publications and Papers for Strains Used in MegaSporeBiotic (*zip)
- Research on Bacillus Clausii (*zip)
- Gut Model Studies
- Back to Basics – Gastric Survival Study Results (pdf)
- MegaSporeBiotic: Literature Handout (pdf)
- MegaSporeBiotic and the Safety of Bacillus Licheniformis
- Webinar Recording – Forget What You Think You Know About Probiotics, Hosted by Dynamic Chiropractic
- Healthy Bacteria: Understanding This Foundational Food, DC Practice Insights: May 2014
- MegaSporeBiotic Article: Chiropractic Economics August (pdf)
- Check out our YouTube Channel (YouTube.com)
General MegaSporeBiotic Dose Guidelines & Suggested Use:
As a reminder, we recommend starting out slowly in taking MegaSporeBiotic to avoid any GI discomfort. MegaSporeBiotic is only offered through health practitioners to ensure education of proper dose guidelines.
- With food or right after a meal
- Typical dosage:
- Week 1: 1 capsule after a meal, every other day
- Week 2: 1 capsule every day after a meal;
- Week 3: Standard dosage of 2 capsules per day, after a meal.
- Thereafter: Standard dosage or as instructed by your health care provider
Sensitive individuals or children may require a smaller dose; the content of the capsule can be combined with a small amount of food, such as apple sauce, for a more individualized dosage. Certain health indications may require a lower dose such as an 1/8th of a capsule, every other day over a period of days before slowing increasing. Please note, it is not uncommon to experience GI discomfort such as gas, bloating or diarrhea. If discomfort persists after the first dose, discontinue use, and seek instructions from your health care provider.