Best probiotics

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Valerie Cook
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I add a scoop of this to my smoothie

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Ann Murdock
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Garden of life raw probiotics for women

Meghan Segura
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Kobacha

Pretti Rodrigues
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You mean kombucha?

Marla Bullard 3 years

Marla Bullard -Yes!

Pretti Rodrigues 3 years

Pretti Rodrigues I thought so it's my favorite!

Marla Bullard 3 years

Marla Bullard -So delicious!

Pretti Rodrigues 3 years

Keifer

Richelle Hogue
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VSL #3

Janet Norton
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Matrix, it’s an organic plant based meal replacement with adaptogens, pre & probiotics

Tewanda Weiss
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Garden of life raw

Michelle Britt
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It’s best to get probiotics from fermented foods. I love kraut.

Jennifer Chase
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John bergman chiro RA on youtube says this

Carol Sellers 3 years

Kombucha

Cindy Louis
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Beverly Fraser
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I’ve only had this one bottle but it’s hitting a lot of RA checkmarks

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Tiffany Ohara
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Garden of Life RAW for women. It's on Amazon.

Jenna Jarvis
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Ohiras

Ligaya Marcus
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Syntol

Ann Swanson
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Gut Pro is a great one. I am currently taking Kirkman ProBio Gold. I agree, fermented foods are best. I need to get some lactofermented foods going. I make coconut yogurt.

Penny Pena
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If you cannot take yoghurt you can get tablets ftom health shop probiotics
Most of the bacteria in yoghurt does not get to the intestines where it is needed as destroyed by gastric juices. Ptobiotic tsblets have better chance.

Carol Sellers
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chiro on youtibe RA recommends fermented foods.

Carol Sellers
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Yes probiotics best with their source. I make my own yoghurt which is very easy. Bravo yoghurt starter is best - comes with collostrum which helps transport probiotics around body to brain etc. Expensive so I’m trying to use some of yogurt as starter for next batch. Swanson probiotics good and Dr Mercola. Should eat prebiotics too to harvest existing good bacteria = onion garlic scallion radishes carrots etc

Lisa Nicholas
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Here in the UK I've used BioKult and feel that they've helped

Sarah Acevedo
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Oh and also make my own goat or sheep's milk yoghurt. I also have Crohn's so have looked to the Specific Carbohydrate Diet for inspiration. Yoghurt making is recommended in that protocol simply because in making your own you can ferment for longer = less lactose & more good little bacteria She (Elaine Gottschall) recommends at least a 24hr fermentation.

Sarah Acevedo
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Making your own fermented veg (eg Kimchi and Sauerkraut) is meant to be good too but I haven't quite got to that yet myself! Be interested to know if there are any home fermentation experts here in the group!

Sarah Acevedo
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VSL#3

Leanne Donahue
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Just eat prebiotic foods like leeks, chicory, jicama, etc that good bacteria feed on.

Efe Travis
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What about room temp lemon water?

Bryan Hobson 3 years

Kombucha, anything fermented (not alcohol : )

Pamela Carmichael
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I found a pixie stick probiotic that guarantees 5 billion cultures get into your stomach. Also felt enormous difference from an aloe Vera juice (sugar free).

Bryan Hobson
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what is this pixie stick probiotic you speak of?

Valerie Cook 3 years