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Bacillus coagulans is a type of good bacteria, also known as a probiotic.
It produces lactic acid, but isn’t the same thing as Lactobacillus. Bacillus coagulans. The big advantage to a Bacillus coagulans is its ability to generate spores during its reproductive life cycle. This ability allows Bacillus coagulans to go dormant and survive harsh environmental conditions, which might kill off other probiotics.
This strain of bacteria is particularly robust. It’s able to withstand extreme environments, such as high levels of acid in the stomach and the pelleting process in feed mills. It also aids in digestion and remediates gut issues.