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i'm sensitive to drugs so i need a natural fast acting anti diarrhea remedy?

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Dr. Gloria l Ciccone
37 years experience Pediatrics
Dietary changes: Start by avoiding sugar containing beverages and refined sugars. Eat brown rice, toast, bananas, almonds, nuts, broiled fish and chicken. Drink ginger, green tea. Chicken or minestrone soup. Take probiotics two times per day. Favor the liquid presentation and avoid the sugar loaded yoqourt, as the source of probiotics. Give 3-5 days for your intestinal cells to be renewed, to start feeling better.
Answered on Aug 23, 2017
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