LiveSpo's F.A.Q - Frequently Asked Questions

LiveSpo probiotic spore is produced using the new SPL technology, which was developed by Dr. Nguyen Hoa Anh with 15 years of research and work experience in Japan. The SPL technology enables the production of spores in a (1) liquid form with (2) multiple strains and high concentrations, resulting in rapid and noticeable effects.

These spores are:

  • Heat-resistant, ensuring their effectiveness remains unchanged during storage and display on shelves
  • Acid-resistant: guaranteeing the survival of the beneficial bacteria by 100% as they pass through the stomach to the intestines, where their benefits are maximized. The properties of LiveSpo probiotic contrast with the heat- and acid-sensitive properties of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains.
  • Safe: All strains used in the LiveSpo probiotic have been characterized at the strain level by New Generation Sequencing technology, indicating their safety. The combination of technological breakthroughs and specific bacterial strains creates the unique and exceptional qualities of LiveSpo probiotic spore.

The product is stable at the treatment of 80oC for 20 min, pH 2 for 20 min, and room temperature (<30oC) for 24 months.

The LiveSpo probiotic spore solution contains nearly 100% purified probiotic spores. It has undergone extensive research to ensure its safety and is free from any toxins or side effects. As a result, it is safe for all ages, including infants, pregnant women, and breastfeeding mothers.

Tea, fruit juice, and milk do not inhibit the activity of probiotic spores. In fact, they can serve as a source of nutrients that support the germination and growth of probiotic spores. Therefore, LiveSpo probiotic spore products can be consumed together with milk without any issues.

LiveSpo Bacillus spores improve the Gut “Bio_Eco” to help the native microflora balance and grow, instead of simply adding the beneficial bacteria originating the human intestinal tract.

Bacillus subtilis, B. clausii, B. coagulans are species name. Each product has unique strains suitable for specific indication. For instance, both LiveSpo Colon and LiveSpo Navax contain B. subtilis and B. clausii, but strains used are B. subtilis ANA3 and B. subtilis ANA4, respectively. Bacillus subtilis ANA3 has the ability to form biofilm quickly, while Bacillus subtilis ANA4 can adsorb and inactivate influenza virus.

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