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Non Dairy Probiotics
Probiotics, by definition, are beneficial bacteria that live in our intestinal tract to help us maintain health intestines and colon. There are several species of these bacteria that are helpful to us including lactobacillus acidophilus. The meats we eat contain antibiotics that kill our natural bacteria that reside in our gut. Today, you will replace these ...Read more
Probiotics such as yogurt w live cultures are recommended to help control yeast but they advise against dairy? What probiotics to take please Dr?
Look for a brand: that has a variety of strains of probiotics in it, not just one or two. The amount of each one is less important. Use refrigerated probiotics if possible, and you can use the room temp. ones at work or traveling. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I ve taken many antibiotics and probiotics tablets don't suit me, please can u advice of natural sources ie non dairy foods containing live good bacteria ?
Fermented: Miso, tempeh, sourkraut, sourdough bread, kombucha.Get a more detailed answer ›
I ve to repeatedly take antibiotics due bronchiectasis & can't take dairy, how can I replace the probiotic from natural sources?
Raw yogurt: Raw yogurt contains probiotics but you may have to eat a lot of it to provide the same quantity provided in a capsule. Make sure that you perform postural drainage as well. ...Read more
I'd like to ask about kefir and probiotics and if is it allowed in dairy diet for lactose intolerance patient?
Probably: Probiotic usually contains no dairy. The amount of lactose is usually much lower in yogurt such as kefir but I have found that the more liquidy yogurt may not be tolerated by some lactose-intolerant people and thus you will have to find out yourself as to which brand or type of yogurt you can tolerate. Another approach would be taking lactase tab prior to consuming dairy. ...Read more
How much/often should I drink probiotics if im eliminating wheat and dairy from my diet? I have an inflamation in my stomach and when i eat it hurts
Probiotic: Probiotics are usually dosed once a day, with a meal. Make sure you have a brand that delivers active colonies to you. If you have gastritis, the probiotic may not help that by itself. I see you're on omeprazole. Hopefully your doctor has tested you for h pylori which is 1 cause of gastritis. Ulcers can also cause pain with meals, and shortly afterwards as well. ...Read more
Diarrhea for a month, colonoscopy, endoscopy done, all cultures & blood work negative, eliminated red meat & dairy, started a probiotic, what else?
What are probiotics and used for? What lowest amt taken daily recommended? Any brand rec at rx? Allergic to dairy egg peanut soy, gluten sensitivity.
Probiotics: probiotics are not yet studied well enough to recommend routine usage. Except for particular circumstances, such as infection with C. Difficile, the studies that have been done have not shown any benefit in healthy individuals. I would not recommend them yet unless you have been advised by your physician that you should give them a try. Good luck. ...Read more
Why is my 6 year old son having loose stools for the past five weeks? He is allergic to dairy and is on probiotics as suggested by doctor.
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