Probiotics

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has anyone tried to make probiotic yogurt to help their symptoms?

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    just be careful as live yohurts and fernented foods also cause gas

    a fodmap diet is anti gas so be sure what it is you need to fix in stomoch bit if acid reflux i wouldnt rec anytjung feemented

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    My GP suggested probiotics . Yogurt didn't make any difference but I now take max strength probiotic tablets (2 a day) and they have definitely helped a great deal.

    Jan

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    Hi Dylan, i would have sworn to using probiotics to help your gut. I have yogurt especially when i've had antibiotics because it puts a lining back on your stomach. Unless you have a lactose intolerance i would recommend taking them.

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    i say it again just to help

    i was taking live yog and kimchi and all sorts thinking to make my gut strong but after i realized it was causing more issues than helping as they are fermenting foods

    if you have reflux you should not be eating yoghurt

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    pro biotic caps - oregano oil - liqorich - ameno acid

    twice daily - in four weeks my symptoms improved ten fold

    plus fodmap diet

    im living proof

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    i have not tried making a probiotic yogurt. most yogurt has probiotics in it naturally. i started taking a 10 billion probiotic pill everyday. it seems to be helping a bit, but for the first few days it is very painful. i guess the sudden change in good bacteria in the gut is drastic and it made me quite sick. i would suggest just taking a probiotic pill, you can start with a low amount at 5 billion.

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    Hey Dylan! Try consulting your doctor first before anything else. Probiotics, of course, are the best partners in improving your body's digestive function. Always be careful and speak to your doctor first!

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