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how to treat dysbiosis?

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Dr. Myra Skluth
Internal Medicine 35 years experience
Probiotics: You must try to avoid the offending agent such as gluten and or dairy products. Then you need to repopulate the gut with healthy bacteria so that the bacteria can help your gut to heal. Aloe jucie is also good for gut healing.
Dr. James Kufdakis
Internal Medicine 38 years experience
Dysbiosis: Dysbiosis is a vague term that a lot of alternative based physicians give to a condition that is supposedly caused by " a leaky gut". This is suppodes to cause bacteria and other toxins to leak into the blood stream. The way to treat this is by eating probiotics either in the form of live culture yogurt or supplements.

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