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Re: +3 Streptococcus and no growth of beneficial Lactobacillus.
 
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Re: +3 Streptococcus and no growth of beneficial Lactobacillus.


A quote which touches upon what I was talking about with probiotics.

" Probiotics are actually a mixed bag with SIBO because SIBO often involves an overgrowth of D-lactate-producing probiotic species, and that causes a buildup of D-lactate in the gut, and a lot of the symptoms associated with SIBO are caused by that. So, you want to avoid in many cases taking any probiotics that have D-lactate-forming species like Lactobacillus acidophilus, which is, of course, one of the most common probiotics that people take. Thereís a D-lactate-free product sold by Custom Probiotics thatís helpful. ".

http://chriskresser.com/treating-sibo-cold-thermogenisis-and-when-to-take-pro...
 

 
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