Oral administration of SPORLAC is unlikely to cause toxicity and it shows resistance to heat and intestinal fluids over other non-spore formers. It is well tolerated, non-pathogenic and non-toxicogenic. In vitro studies showed that its spore preparation is neither mutagenic nor genotoxic.
It’s consumption as an added food ingredient from its intended use up to 2 x 109 cfu/serving and estimated daily intakes of 36.4 x 109 cfu of SPORLAC spores/day is considered safe.
HOW SPORLAC ACTS?
Spore formation of SPORLAC is different from other Lactobacillus strains as these spores form by microencapsulation process where calcium-lipicolinic acid-peptidoglycan complex is generated allowing higher stability in humidity, temperature, storage and GI tract alterations.