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Topic # 228569 12-Jan-2018 10:58
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Does anyone have any tips for high quality Probiotics?


Its for the use of a compromised gut lining and immune system. 


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  Reply # 1937584 12-Jan-2018 11:09
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  Reply # 1950505 2-Feb-2018 08:57
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From what I understand, probiotics do not actually increase the number of healthy microbes in a person's body. So, in that sense, I don`t beliee tat that they actually do


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1951294 4-Feb-2018 08:42
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TeaLeaf:

Does anyone have any tips for high quality Probiotics?


Its for the use of a compromised gut lining and immune system. 

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I buy my probiotics from bodybiotics, theirs are soil based, so can start to populate your intestinal tract.

For a fantastic blog on the gut written by a scientist read coolinginflammation. Be sure to read his three health diagrams article.

Bear in my mind, dairy based probiotics can not populate in the gut so can only provide temporary assistance.
Each human has a subset of 200 out of a possible 2000 microbial types. These vary according to diet and exposure ( e.g. location, familial inheritance), so ultimately it’s best to grow your own through fermentation so they match your unique requirements.

Anyway read the blog, it was life changing for me.

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  Reply # 1951323 4-Feb-2018 11:16
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Kefir is a rich source of probiotics. I use milk kefir when I can. Don't buy the finished product, get some kefir grains from someone with some to spare and make your own. If you are lactose intolerant, it changes the lactose so it MAY be OK. Otherwise, try water kefir, kombucha, etc.

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