B. coagulans is a promising probiotic that can lower insulin levels, improve cholesterol, IBS, and arthritis. This bacterium was recently shown to stimulate muscle recovery in athletes.
What is Bacillus coagulans?
Bacillus coagulans is a Gram-positive, spore-forming bacterium. It can also produce lactic acid and is therefore often misclassified as Lactobacillus sporogenes.
1) Decreases Insulin
2) Improves Blood Lipid Profile
3) Is Beneficial in Diabetes
Similarly, consumption of the synbiotic bread with B. coagulans improved NO and MDA levels in T2D patients .
Synbiotic containing B. coagulans improved insulin, hs-CRP, uric acid and plasma total GSH levels in diabetic patients .
B. coagulans, inulin and beta-carotene coadministration decreased insulin, HOMA-IR, HOMA-B, triglycerides, VLDL-cholesterol levels, and total-/HDL-cholesterol ratio. This treatment also elevated plasma nitric oxide (NO) and glutathione (GSH) .
4) Enhances Muscle Recovery
B. coagulans enhances protein absorption, and thereby indirectly improves recovery and training adaptations .
B. coagulans in combination with protein reduced muscle damage and soreness, improved recovery and maintained physical performance in athletes after strenuous exercise .
Increase in vertical jump power was noted following 8 weeks of full body workouts 4-times per week daily while ingesting B. coagulans .
5) Ameliorates Rheumatoid Arthritis
Adjunctive treatment with B. coagulans was safe and effective for patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. B. coagulans improved pain, improved self-assessed disability, reduced CRP levels, and improved the ability to walk 2 miles, reach, and participate in daily activities .
B. coagulans significantly inhibits fibrinogen (Fn), blood amyloid A and pro-inflammatory cytokine production in arthritic rats .
6) Is Beneficial for the GI Tract
Beneficially Modifies Gut Microbiota
B. coagulans elevates beneficial bacteria (Faecalibacterium prausnitzii, Clostridium lituseburense, Bacillus spp. and Eubacterium rectale) levels in volunteers. This, in turn, results in elevated concentrations of butyrate, acetate, and propionate .
Daily consumption of B. coagulans in elderly increased populations of beneficial bacteria and anti-inflammatory cytokines .
B. coagulans spores beneficially modulate GI microbiota, by increasing lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and decreasing Enterobacteriaceae in rats .
B. coagulans decreased coliform counts and increased both Lactobacilli and Bacillus spore counts in rats .
Alleviates abdominal pain
B. coagulans + fructooligosaccharide (FOS) decreased abdominal pain duration and frequency in children with GI disorders .
B. coagulans synbiotic seems to be effective in the treatment of childhood functional abdominal pain .
B. coagulans significantly improved abdominal pain and the quality of life in adults with postprandial intestinal gas-related symptoms and no GI diagnoses .
B. coagulans symbiotic effectively improved bowel movements and fecal properties in functionally constipated persons .
May Improve GI Inflammation
B. coagulans decreased bloating, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain and stool frequency and increased the quality of life in patients with diarrhea-predominant irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) [25, 26, 27, 28].
A combination of simethicone and B. coagulans reduced bloating and discomfort in patients with IBS .
7) May Improve Feeding Tolerance in Infants
Preterm infants supplemented with B. coagulans had improved feeding tolerance .
8) May Boost Immunity
B. coagulans metabolites stimulate the maturation of antigen-presenting cells  and increase T-cell production of TNF-alpha in response to adenovirus exposure and influenza A exposure in healthy adults .
B. coagulans ameliorates parasite infection, hepatic and intestinal damage, in Schistosoma mansoni infected mice .
9) Ameliorates Urogenital Infections
B. coagulans reduced vaginosis symptoms in women when co-administered with antibiotics .
B. coagulans is safe for chronic human consumption . Probiotics, in general, are considered safe but should be avoided in patients with organ failure, immunocompromised status, and dysfunctional gut barrier mechanisms.
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