Researched Benefits of B. Coagulans Supplements

Bacillus Coagulans is a powerful probiotic strain that is therapeutically prescribed to patients needing acute immune support in Israel, France & Germany.

Research and clinical practice has shown strong evidence for B. coagulans’s ability to fight off invading viruses & pathogens. Bacillus coagulans typically lives in the digestive tract and has also been shown to decrease IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) abdominal pain and bloating symptoms.

This probiotic is extremely hardy and can easily survive stomach acid to colonize the entire GI tract. B. coagulans is closely related to other soil-based-organism probiotics. This probiotic was first discovered around 1930.

Interestingly, this probiotic was used in WWII to treat people with digestive issues such as dysentery.

Researched Benefits of B. Coagulans

  • reduce IBS abdominal pain symptoms
  • reduce IBS bloating symptoms
  • enhance immune response

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Side Effects of Bacillus coagulans

Here is a full list of B. coagulans side effects.

Research References

Hun L. Bacillus coagulans significantly improved abdominal pain and bloating in patients with IBS. Postgrad Med. 2009 Mar;121(2):119-24.

Baron M. A patented strain of Bacillus coagulans increased immune response to viral challenge. Postgrad Med. 2009 Mar;121(2):114-8.

6 comments on “B. coagulans Probiotic Benefits & Side Effects” - Click here to write your comment

  1. Y H Lee says:

    I have read of this probiotic several years ago when this probiotic was called Lactobacillus sporogenes. I was developing a water soluble probiotic product then. When the company was not able to provide me technical information, I switched to Lactobacillus acidophilus and others like E faecium and Bifidobacterium.

    I am still interested in this organism for my development of a feed additive product and would appreciate if you would provide me with more information and perhaps we could pursue opportunities of developing a market for your product together.

    Incidentally I have written to Ganedan and have not received any reply from them and I hope this enquiry will yield a positive reply.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you and best regards

    Y H Lee
    Technical Consultant to
    Diasham Resources Pte Ltd
    1, Gul Street 1
    Singapore 629314

    • evan says:

      Hi Mr. Lee,

      I’m sorry I don’t have any contacts for you regarding that probiotic. I’d follow up with a phone call or perhaps contact another scientist or lab that has researched that probiotic.

      Best of luck!!

  2. traci says:

    I have tried to drink, take pills with probiotics but any product with this ingredient gets me into a heartburn, makes my stomach feel like it’s stinging . It also worsened my abdominal pain as in created spasms in the abdominal area .

    • evan says:

      Hi Traci,

      I’m sorry you’ve been experiencing side effects from those probiotics. Have you tried taking other probiotics without B Coagulans? Maybe a product with L. Acidophilus?

      to your health,
      Evan Jerkunica

  3. Judy says:

    Hi,
    I have IBS and read that bacillus coagulants could help. I started taking “Bacillus Coagulans 5 BILLION (60 Veggie Caps)” and started having more gas than I already had. I read your notation that this could be the initial reaction and to cut back. These are in capsule form and I could open the capsule and pour out some of the contents. How long should I cut back before starting again with the full dosage?

    Thanks.

    • evan says:

      Hi Judy,

      If I were in your situation, I would first stop taking to probiotics completely…and wait until my gas went down.

      After the gas went down, then I would try taking 1 pill evey Monday and Friday…and see how that goes.

      If you still get a similar amount of gas, then I’d try taking 1/2 a pill every other day.

      If that still doesn’t work, then I would try a different strain of probiotic…for example L. Acidophilus.

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