Cura Sporebiotics is the next generation of probiotic/active bacteria supplement. It contains a proprietary blend of 3 key strains of Bacillus spores – nature’s own design for a true probiotic.
The Bacillus spore strains found in Cura Sporebiotics (Bacillus coagulans, Bacillus clausii, and Bacillus subtilis HU58®) are abundant environmental organisms that have evolved to be consumed by humans.
The spores safely survive the acidic conditions of the stomach. Once in the gut, the Bacillus spores help to perform critical functions, such as helping the growth of beneficial species of bacteria, helping to create a healthy immune system, helping to produce B-group vitamins and Vitamin K2 and producing natural antioxidants and natural antibiotics.
Cura Sporebiotics’ patented Bacillus spore strains: Bacillus subtilis HU58® Bacillus indicus HU56® are unique strains isolated by Professor Simon Cutting and his research team, from the Royal Holloway University of London, hence the use of the letters H & U in the naming of these spore strains.
The antioxidants in Cura Sporebiotics:
Beta-carotene: Is an orange pigment found in numerous fruits and veggies such as carrots, melons and bell peppers. For Cura Sporebiotics, we have selected a patented, highly absorbable form of beta-carotene. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties – reducing inflammation in the gut and supporting the reproductive system and immunity.
Astaxanthin: A red pigment that inhibits inflammation.
Lutein: This carotenoid is found abundantly in the human retina and is closely associated with eye health. Lutein is also important for activating the parts of the immune system that are responsible for resolving inflammation.
Lycopene: This is a reddish pigment found in tomatoes, watermelon and other plants. Commonly thought of as the most powerful antioxidant in the carotenoid family, it supports healthy cell proliferation. Lycopene and lutein appear to boost each other’s antioxidant effects and support the cell membranes