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Probiotics: Pills vs. Fermented Foods by FayinaGirl Posted Tue 08 Jun 2010 9:42am The good people at Millennium Products were kind enough to send us coupons for 4 free bottles of Synergy Organic & Raw . These drinks are Kombucha with 5% real fruit juice added. I'd heard a lot of great things about Kombucha and was anxious to try these. I have to be totally honest with you guys. Okay? So here's the scoop; The hubs and I di ... Read on »
Probiotic Pills: Minus and Plus by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 12 Aug 2009 10:05pm A reader writes: I recently had a bottle of pills that became virtually inactive (i can tell from my bowel movements) after a few weeks, probably because they weren’t refrigerated. . . I probably wouldn’t have been able to get a lot of bacteria into my diet without pills, especially since I travel frequently for work.  In addition, since I ... Read on »
The Power of Probiotics by Caitlin L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 07 Sep 2011 11:08am Everywhere you turn it seems you will hear something new about research on probiotics.  From Jamie Lee Curtis touting the amazing health benefits of yogurt, to supplements, to new probiotic food products arriving on the shelves every day, it seems like probiotics may just be a cure-all.  While all the emerging research on probiotics is fascinat ... Read on »
Fecal Transplant Created in Pill Form-How Big Is That Pill? by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 03 Oct 2013 7:07pm Ok maybe it’s only me that would ask how much crap I would need to swallow and the size of the pill, but from reading the article below even choking down a big horse pill beats the alternative of the real transplant procedures.  Never a shortage of donors.  Originally the FDA wanted a new drug filing done before proceeding with an actual transp ... Read on »
GoodBelly Probiotics by frecklesandspice Posted Sat 25 Feb 2012 6:02pm Something I have not discussed yet on my blog is my history of digestion problems. Food seems a more appealing topic right? I’ve come to realize recently that the irregularity and discomfort I have been experiencing since I was young, seems to be common not only among women in my family, but of women everywhere. I’ve tried everything ov ... Read on »
I Drink Pond Scum: The Kerfuffle About Kefir Grains (Probiotics 101) by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 11 Sep 2012 9:53am Tell me how you really feel, kids… Horror-stricken and wide eyed, my four little ones spent an hour last night staring through their grubby fingers at the TV — the only noise the ocassional “Oh GROSS.” At one point my second son groaned, “Please let me go mom! I can’t watch this show; I’m going to throw up!” I had no sympathy. “ ... Read on »
Acidophilus Pearls versus Fermented Food by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 09 Dec 2009 7:56pm I hear a voice: “Okay, you’ve convinced me, I need to eat more bacteria. How should I do it?” Well, Tim Beneke writes: I want to revise my comments of a few months ago on probiotics and breathing through my nose. The probiotic pills by themselves do not enable me to breath better though my nose, even if I take 2x the dose they recommend. ... Read on »
Probiotic News by Sue J. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 7:30pm I just read two amazing new studies about probiotics and immune function. Both studies showed that probiotic combinations are ineffective in improving immune function. In the studies, only single strains showed positive effects. Ever since becoming ill with CFIDS six years ago, I have taken a probiotic combination pill ever ... Read on »
Probiotic News by Sue J. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 24 Sep 2008 12:25pm 2 Comments I just read two amazing new studies about probiotics and immune function. Both studies showed that probiotic combinations are ineffective in improving immune function. In the studies, only single strains showed positive effects. Ever since becoming ill with CFIDS six years ago, I have taken a probiotic combination pill every day - so have my ... Read on »
The Candida Recovery Plan by robin Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:02pm So, What do you do if you suspect that you have a Systemic Candida Infection? After reading so many different approaches, I've come up with three essential steps in recovering from a systemic candida infection: Step 1: You need to stop feeding the yeast by beginning a Candida diet. Step 2: You need to kill the Candida with natural antifu ... Read on »