Nutri West has formulated Exspore a dietary supplement that may help deter “bad” bacteria overgrowth in the gut as well as fungal infections. The main ingredient in Exspore is Caprylic Acid a fatty acid found in various mammalian milk as well as some plant oils.
Caprylic acid is used by many dietary supplements to potentially treat some bacterial infections because it may be able to easily break through fatty cell wall membranes. However, the true potential of caprylic acid may only be experienced in conjunction with other anti-fungal and antibacterial ingredients.
For instance, Exspore is also formulated with cinnamon. Though generally a culinary constituent, this herb has been suggested by some studies and evidence to act as an antibacterial. Exspore also features garlic another cooking ingredient, like cinnamon, that may act as an antifungal and anti-bacterial. It’s possible that this is due to garlic’s content of allicin, a sulfur compound that may have potential health benefits.
Exspore also features probiotics in order to help regulate the level of “good” bacteria in the gut. For instance, Lactobacillus Bulgarlcus is a type of probiotic that temporarily lines the intestinal tract. In the time it’s present, it may help neutralize and eliminate some harmful bacteria. The other probiotic present within Exspore’s formulation is Lactobacillus Bifidus, a type of “good” bacteria that may be able to raise the acidity of our intestinal tract, better protecting it from harmful bacteria.