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1 Spore-based probiotics may repopulate your gut more effectively with healthy bacteria after taking antibiotics because they:

  • Contain a wider array of bacterial strains than other probiotics
  • Contain greater amounts of healthy live bacteria than other probiotics
  • Contain fungi, not bacteria, and therefore are unaffected by antibiotics
  • Do not contain live bacterial strains and therefore cannot be killed by antibiotics

    Spore-based probiotics do not contain any live Bacillus strains, only its spores, which means antibiotics cannot kill them. Sporebiotics may therefore be able to reestablish your gut microbiome more effectively than regular probiotics when taken in conjunction with antibiotics. Learn more.


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