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How to Deal with Antibiotic Side Effects
 
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How to Restore Gut Health After Taking Antibiotics - Foods to Consume During and After Treatment
 
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Sometimes antibiotics are unavoidable and are the best course of treatment. Antibiotics are important when you have a serious bacterial infection. They are a type of medication that works by killing the infection or preventing it from spreading. However, they can sometimes cause side effects, including diarrhea, liver disease and changes to the gut microbiota. For example, excessive antibiotic use can damage your liver. One study has shown that antibiotics are the most common medication to cause liver injury. Antibiotics may also have negative effects on the trillions of bacteria and other microbes living in your intestines. These bacteria are collectively known as the gut microbiota. In addition to killing disease-causing bacteria, antibiotics may kill healthy bacteria. In fact, only one week of antibiotics can change the makeup of the gut microbiota for up to a year. Taking antibiotics can alter the gut microbiota, which can lead to antibiotic-associated diarrhea, especially in children. Fortunately, a number of studies have shown that taking probiotics, or live healthy bacteria, can reduce this risk. One review of 23 studies including nearly 400 children found that taking probiotics at the same time as antibiotics could reduce the risk of diarrhea by more than 50%. However, given that probiotics are usually bacteria themselves, they can also be killed by antibiotics if taken together. Thus, it is important to take antibiotics and probiotics a few hours apart. Probiotics should also be taken after a course of antibiotics in order to restore some of the healthy bacteria in the intestines that may have been killed. Certain foods can also help restore the gut microbiota after damage caused by antibiotics. Fermented foods are produced by microbes and include sauerkraut, pickle relish, chutney, yogurt, buttermilk, sour cream, kombucha and kimchi, among others. Eating more fermented foods doesn’t just help repopulated gut flora, but helps keep your intestinal tract strong. Therefore, eating fermented foods may help to repopulate gut flora and restore your digestive system to its optimal health. Other studies have shown that taking either normal or probiotic-supplemented yogurt can reduce diarrhea in people taking antibiotics. Fiber can’t be digested by your body, but it can be digested by your gut bacteria, which helps stimulate their growth. As a result, fiber may help restore healthy gut bacteria after a course of antibiotics. High-fiber foods include: whole grains (porridge, whole grain bread, brown rice), nuts, seeds, beans, lentils, berries, broccoli, peas, bananas and artichokes. Studies have shown that foods that contain dietary fiber are not only able to stimulate the growth of healthy bacteria in the gut, but they may also reduce the growth of some harmful bacteria. However, dietary fiber can slow the rate that the stomach empties. In turn, this can slow the rate at which medicines are absorbed. Therefore, it is best to temporarily avoid high-fiber foods during antibiotic treatment and instead focus on eating them after stopping antibiotics. Unlike probiotics, which are live microbes, prebiotics are foods that feed the good bacteria in your gut. Many high-fiber foods are prebiotic. The fiber is digested and fermented by healthy gut bacteria, allowing them to grow. However, other foods are not high in fiber but act as prebiotics by helping the growth of healthy bacteria. Cocoa contains antioxidant polyphenols that have beneficial prebiotic effects on the gut microbiota. Other prebiotic foods include: leeks, garlic, honey, bananas, onions, chicory root, and jerusalem artichokes. A small amount of one of these prebiotic foods should be eaten daily in addition to probiotic foods in order to promote the growth of good bacteria within your digestive system. While many foods are beneficial during and after antibiotics, some should be avoided. For example, studies have shown that it can be harmful to consume grapefruit and grapefruit juice while taking certain medications, including antibiotics. Eating grapefruit can prevent the body from breaking down the medication properly. This can be harmful to your health. Foods supplemented with calcium may also affect antibiotic absorption. Studies have shown that foods supplemented with calcium can reduce the absorption of various antibiotics. If antibiotics have helped you to recover from infectious disease, it’s critical to continue your recovery. Whatever you do, don’t ignore your gut, whether you have had to take a course of antibiotics or not. Sources: http://www.foodrenegade.com/how-recover-gut-health-after-antibiotics/ https://www.livestrong.com/article/455557-foods-to-avoid-when-taking-antibiotics/ Thank you for watching! 💕 Good Day and Good Health The Refreshing Point How to Restore Gut Health After Taking Antibiotics - Foods to Consume During and After Treatment
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Can I Take Probiotics With Antibiotics?
 
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Is it a smart move to consider taking a probiotic formulation at the same time as you would take an antibiotic? Not really, let me explain why this is so in a little more detail... The question today is: Can I take probiotics with antibiotics?î Of course, you can do that, but why would you want to do that? Why would you want to expose yourself to the risk of killing off beneficial bacteria with a drug that's designed to be antibiosis or anti-life? It doesn't make sense to me. You're better off finishing off the course of antibiotics and then going onto probiotics. But why would you want to take an antibiotic in the first place? Many people I see take them for crazy reasons. Crazy reasons. And then they take them again and again and again. Over the course of the last 31 years of the many tens of thousands of people I've seen in my clinic, I've noticed that a very large percentage of people who have never been well since on antibiotics. They take them again and again and again. Why would they take them? A recurring theme is for facial acne. A recurring theme could be for digestive discomfort. Some people actually take them as a precaution, which his crazy. Why would you want to do that? Taking a probiotic alongside an antibiotic doesn't really make much sense. You really want to finish the course first and then take the probiotic. When you take the probiotic, please make sure that you take foods in your diet that support the encouragement and development of beneficial bacteria. These are prebiotic foods. Try not to fall for the hype of prebiotic crap inside capsules or powders because a lot of prebiotics actually support bad bacterial fermentation. You can get farting and bloating by having prebiotics. I'm very careful to avoid prebiotics. I just attended a show in Las Vegas where I was very excited to find a particular prebiotic, which I am going to incorporate into one of my products. After a lot of research into it, I think it's going to hold the key and it's going to be put in a very special capsule that releases the prebiotic in a different part of the gut than the probiotic. So it's a very clever and ingenious way to make sure that we've got targeted delivery of the pre and the pro. Please make sure you eat the right foods if you're taking probiotics. There's no point in taking a probiotic capsule and swallowing it down with a mouth full of vodka or beer or coca cola. Doesn't really make sense. There's no point in taking probiotics if you eat pizzas or if you eat crap food. There's point is there? Please support probiotics after antibiotics with no alcohol in your diet and a very good intake of the correct foods that build this health. What kind of foods are we talking about? Healthy foods. Green, leafy vegetables, in particular, the brassicas like broccoli and cauliflower. When I say that, you don't need a whole plate full of broccoli. You might have a small amount to start with or you could get a bit of bloating and gas. Spinach, green beans, asparagus, lettuce. The list goes on and on. You can read more about these foods on yeastinfection.org. I've done YouTube videos on them. You can go to EricBakker.com. I've got a lot of papers written on these particular foods. I won't go into too much detail about that. But just to reiterate. Finish your course of antibiotics. Take the probiotics. How long should you take probiotics? How long is a piece of rope? You need to take them for a long time until you feel that they've really benefited your gut and got you to a very good state of health. Check out CanXida Restore for that reason. I created that product to restore the gut and it's really effective after antibiotics because it also contains enzymes that allow the proper fermentation of food and then six types of probiotics that encourage the beneficial bacteria to come back again. It's designed to hit the spot exactly where you want those bacteria in the small intestine, in the large intestine, and it won't get affected by bile or stomach acid. Check it out. Thanks for tuning in.
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Should You Take Probiotics While On Antibiotics?
 
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Lowered risk of antibiotic-related diarrhea
 
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The hundreds of billions of bacteria that live in and on our bodies are crucial to our well-being. Most can be found in the intestinal tract and make up the intestinal flora, otherwise known as the intestinal microbiota. Many factors can negatively influence the intestinal flora balance. Antibiotics, in particular, can have a huge impact on the intestinal microbiota’s diversity and balance. Antibiotics are essential tools that help destroy pathogenic bacteria. However, they can also kill “good” bacteria that positively influence the intestinal microbiota. These “good” bacteria are, in many cases more sensitive to antibiotics than pathogens. Their loss can lead to an imbalance of the intestinal flora, scientifically known as dysbiosis. With dysbiosis, the diversity of bacterial populations in the intestinal microbiota is reduced. This can cause inflammation and may ease the spread of harmful bacteria. The side-effect? The stronger likelihood of infection. For example, hospitalized patients on antibiotics are more vulnerable to be infected with Clostridium difficile. Dysbiosis makes it easier for the C. difficile bacteria to populate the intestine, thus increasing the risk of infection. That’s not all. Dysbiosis presents with symptoms like gas, bloating, diarrhea or constipation. In fact, these gastrointestinal problems are the most common side effects of antibiotics. Diarrhea, for example, can affect one out of three patients on antibiotics. The duration and severity of these side effects vary according to a number of factors, including the dose and type of antibiotics prescribed by a doctor. For some people, the side effects can occur for up to eight weeks after taking antibiotics. It’s possible to prepare our bodies for antibiotherapy and to minimize its side effects. How? With Bio-K Plus probiotic supplements. Probiotics are living microorganisms — basically, good bacteria that can, with the proper dose, help protect the intestinal microbiota. In short, probiotics restore the intestinal flora balance; help maintain a suitable concentration and variety of intestinal bacteria. Certain probiotics, like Bio-K Plus can help reduce the risk of diarrhea associated with the use of antibiotics. To reap the rewards of probiotics, patients should turn to Bio-K Plus when taking antibiotics. Bio-K Plus Probiotics contains 50 billion good bacteria per serving. 50 billion! To get this much, a patient would have to consume 50 individual containers of probiotic-fortified yogurt. Bio-K Plus is remarkable for not only the concentration of its probiotics but also their quality. Probiotics are very fragile bacteria that can be destroyed during digestion. To remain alive until they arrive in the intestine, the probiotic bacteria in the Bio-K Plus capsules are sealed and remain dormant in a specially designed enteric coating. In the intestine, Bio-K Plus bacteria only become active upon contact with water, heat and intestinal nutrients. Loss of good bacteria during digestion is therefore minimized. Bio-K Plus contains three strains of patented probiotic bacteria that are not present in any other product on the market. The clinical effectiveness of Bio-K Plus Probiotics while taking antibiotics has been proven. In a randomized clinical trial conducted with the highest medical standards, patients who took two capsules of Bio-K Plus per day with antibiotics and for five consecutive days after finishing antibiotics reduced their risk of antibiotic-associated diarrhea by 65%. Patients also reduced their risk of C. Difficile associated diarrhea by 95%. The choice is clear. With every antibiotic prescription, whether a patient is hospitalized or ambulatory, protect their microbiota by recommending Bio-K Plus.
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C. Difficile and antibiotic-associated diarrhea: are probiotics the solution?
 
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The number one risk factor to develop C. Difficile (Clostridium Difficile) , a nasty bacteria that overgrows within the large intestin that will cause several problems from diarrhea to bloody stool and even death in certain people, is antibiotics. The people that have taken antibiotic are more at risk of developing this nasty bacteria. Because antibiotic will attack the whole flora, not only the infection, the flora in your G.I. is very sensitive. Probiotics are the best way to prevent recurrence of the nasty bacteria or even all the diarrhea associated with antibiotic treatment, which I'm not saying not to take, because you need antibiotic to treat the infection, but the side effect of diarrhea or C. Difficile may be prevented by the use of probiotics during the treatment, two hours after each doses of antibiotics, and after the treatment for a long run to prevent the overgrowth of nasty bacteria. That is true for all antibiotics so if you take an antibiotic, it's a good thing to take probiotics to prevent the recurrence of diarrhea or C. Difficile. In addition, if you do have C. Difficile, take the protocol of antibiotics but do add probiotics to prevent recurrence. That's the only way to make sure you remain free of this nasty bacteria.
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Recovering from Antibiotics
 
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“How to recover from antibiotics.” – What does that mean? If you’ve been treated with a course of antibiotics for a long or a short time, or if you’ve been using food that has antibiotics in it, without you knowing, or if you’ve been misusing antibiotics in any way, you might start to have health problems. You might suffer from certain complaints that will make your life a little bit more difficult. Side Effects of Antibiotics Let me discuss the complaints that you might have from use of antibiotics. The most affected organs would probably be your intestines. That’s because the antibiotics are going to kill the bacterial flora, which is the friendly bacteria in your intestines that is responsible for digestion and making vitamin K, which is important for you. So, you will notice that you’re having trouble in your gut, so, you will start to have bloating, gas, irregular bowel movement, so, you will have constipation, then diarrhea and then bloating again and so on. You might also suffer from heartburn and feeling generally unwell. You might also start to notice bleeding from the gums or from the nose. That’s also related to the lack of vitamin K. You might also suffer from yeast infections, which is a fungal infection that can be anywhere on your body, either on your skin or in your mouth or in the genital area. All that is because your bacteria flora – the friendly bacteria in the gut – has been affected by the antibiotics. So, what we need to do now is correct the level of bacterial flora in your gut. How do we do that? First of, you will need to lead a healthy lifestyle. So, you drink a lot of water. Avoid bad foods. Bad foods are rich in sugar, carbohydrates that are unhealthy, like pasta, packed foods, processed foods – these are all unhealthy foods. Instead of that you should eat vegetables, fruits, grains, healthy fats (that’s vegetable oils mainly). Probiotics and Prebiotics You can also use probiotics. These are very healthy foods that are fermented, so that helps the growth of the good bacteria in the gut. Probiotics are mainly: yogurt, kefir and yeast. If you are suffering from any problems with kefir or yeast, I would suggest that you take it slowly. So you start with very small amounts, like one spoon a day, and then increase it gradually. If you go to the shop and want to buy probiotics, look for the name lactobacillus on it – that’s the good bacteria for you. You can also use foods that are called prebiotics. Prebiotics are foods that help the growth of bacteria, because they don’t get absorbed in the body, they stay for a long time in the intestines. Like, leeks (garlic, onions), honey, bananas, these are all very good foods for your bacteria flora. You can also try fermented fresh vegetables. That means, pickles that are pickled in a healthy way. So, you can try to pickle at home. So, try for example the ginger, to pickle it at home, or maybe cucumbers, also are healthy. But don’t add too much salt. So, pickled vegetables are very good for your gut flora. If you’re a fan of soups you can try bone broth or gelatin soups. You can buy bones from the butcher, and what’s inside – the broth – you can make soups with it, and that’s very good for your gut flora. You can also add onions to it, or any vegetables of your choice. It’s very important to know that your gut flora affects the function of your intestines, and healthy intestines affect the whole body. So it’s very important to replace the gut flora that has been affected by your antibiotic abuse. I wish you all the best! Alyaa Gad للمزيد http://www.afham.tv/ فيسبوك https://www.facebook.com/dr.AlyaaGad تويتر https://twitter.com/AlyaaGad جوجل + https://plus.google.com/u/0/117429072012210291741stions:
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Should I eat yogurt when taking antibiotics?
 
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Dr. Steve as mad scientist. See more at http://steveonhealth.com Summary: Antibiotics are sometimes necessary but kill your good bacteria as well as the bad bacteria. Eating yogurt can help get your body back on track by restoring your good bacteria. But not all yogurt works. See this video to learn what to eat, and when and how to eat it when taking antibiotics.
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On an Antibiotic? Take Probiotics to Stop Diarrhea
 
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Antibiotics can lead to clostridium difficile (CDF), which is a bacteria infection in the intestines that causes severe diarrhea or even death. In this video, Sharecare expert Michael Roizen, MD, explains how probiotics can help.
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7 Signs You Should Be Taking Probiotics – Saturday Strategy
 
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7 Signs You Should Be Taking Probiotics – Saturday Strategy If you are like so many people, chances are you have taken an antibiotic in the last year. Did you know that antibiotics not only wipe out the bad guys, but the good guys too? Even if you took one 7 years ago - if you have not replenished the good guys within your gut, chances are really high that you are struggling with imbalance, maybe unknowingly. If you struggle with: Irregular mood Skin issues Erratic sleep patterns Crazy cravings for sugar and other unhealthy food Bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea or cramping after meals Healthy weight management These are just some of the symptoms of an imbalanced gut. Which is why probiotics are so important to optimal health. They crowd out bad bacteria, preventing the bacteria’s ability to host in the body, which inhibits infection, inflammation and disease. I am excited to announce - Biotic Balance - our NEW Probiotic! http://fitlife.tv/7-signs-you-should-be-taking-probiotics-saturday-strategy/ http://www.bioticbalance.com/probiotic/ http://thechalkboardmag.com/9-signs-you-need-probiotics http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/09/24/one-of-the-most-important-steps-you-can-take-to-improve-your-health.aspx http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/07/probiotics_n_5563618.html http://www.bodyandsoul.com.au/health/health+news/should+you+be+taking+probioticsr,19631 signs you should be taking probiotics, most important supplements you can take, things you should know before taking probiotics, health benefits of probiotics, probiotics for digestive health, reasons to take a probiotic daily, reasons to stop taking probiotics, how to boost gut health, immunity benefits of probiotics, signs of poor gut health, The Chalk Board Mag, Mercola, Huffington Post, Body and Soul, WebMD, Natural News Direct link to our blog: http://fitlife.tv/7-signs-you-should-be-taking-probiotics-saturday-strategy/ http://www.bioticbalance.com/probiotic/ Join Fitlife's 1.5MIL FB fans: http://FB.com//VegetableJuicing Get Free Juice Detox Guide: http://www.juicewithdrew.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/drewcanole LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/drewcanole Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/fitlifetv Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/drewcanole Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VegetableJuicing/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/organifi/ Blog: http://fitlife.tv/category/article/?t=YT Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/juicing/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/organifi Follow Drew Canole: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Drew-Canole-174887279661/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drewcanole/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/drewcanole Powered by Organifi... Because you deserve incredible Nutrition. Green Juice: http://www.organifi.com/ytgj/ Red Juice: http://www.organifi.com/ytrj/ Organifi Gold: http://bit.ly/2jduhhZ Cacao Bliss: http://bit.ly/2A0Zgoc Protein: http://www.organifi.com/ytpro/ Turmeric: http://www.organifi.com/ytt/ Probiotics: http://www.organifi.com/ytpb/ Get my free Alpha Reset Guide Here: http://www.organifi.com/ytalpha/
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Taking Probiotics with Antibiotics or Anti-microbial Herbs
 
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Should you take probiotics while being treated with antibiotics or antimicrobial herbs? Should you take probiotics after treatment to “reseed” or “repopulate” the gut? Let’s dispel a few common misconceptions around these two questions. Want more info? Email us at office@DrRuscio.com, call at (800) 335-7009 and visit me at http://www.DrRuscio.com. For your free e-book on gut health, click here: http://drruscio.com/youtube-subscription/ Dr. Ruscio is your leading functional and integrative doctor specializing in gut related disorders such as SIBO, leaky gut, Celiac, IBS and in thyroid disorders such as hypothyroid and hyperthyroid. For more information on how to become a patient, please contact our office. Serving the San Francisco bay area and distance patients via phone and Skype.
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How to Deal with Antibiotic Side Effects Naturally
 
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How to Deal with Antibiotic Side Effects For more tips see our blog: https://naturalhealthcarenhc.blogspot.com Like us in Facebook: https://goo.gl/MmjtyD Follow us on twitter: https://goo.gl/USDg3k Google plus: https://goo.gl/B5B2oz When you suffer from strep throat, an ear infection, a urinary tract infection or other common bacterial infections, the most common medication prescribed by doctors is antibiotics. Antibiotics are medicines used to treat bacterial infections. There are different types of antibiotics that work against different strains of bacteria and some types of parasites. When used properly, they either kill or inhibit the growth of bacteria that cause a particular health problem. This in turn helps your natural immune system fight the infection. But antibiotics often have side effects that cause other temporary health issues. Some common side effects include diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, vaginal yeast infections, allergic reactions and inner ear problems. At the same time, excess use or misuse of antibiotics can make them ineffective, weaken your immunity, increase your cancer risk and even reduce the effectiveness of birth control pills. If you experience a mild adverse reaction to a round of antibiotics, there is nothing to worry about. You can easily treat the issue naturally. For severe adverse reactions, contact your doctor immediately. Here are the top 5 ways to deal with antibiotic side effects. 1. Eat Probiotic Yogurt When taking antibiotics, it is highly recommended to include yogurt with ‘good bacteria’ in your diet. Eating yogurt that contains ‘live cultures’ (also labeled as probiotic yogurt) helps your body recover from diarrhea, one of the common side effects of antibiotics. These live cultures are gut-friendly bacteria that provide a layer of protection in the intestines and help generate lactic acid to get bacterial toxins out of the body. 2. Eat Fermented Foods or Take a Probiotic Supplement Apart from yogurt, many fermented foods naturally contain a high amount of probiotics. So, in addition to yogurt, include kombucha, kefir, sauerkraut, pickles, pickled beets, pickled turnips, pickled carrots and kimchi in your diet. 3. Eat Garlic Garlic is a natural antibiotic that helps kill harmful microbes without the side effects of antibiotic medicines. Also, it contains an important compound known as allicin that protects your kidneys and liver from the potential damage of antibiotics. 4. Take Milk Thistle Supplements Taking traditional antibiotics can be hard on your liver, which is responsible for breaking down the medications you ingest. To protect your liver from any damage due to a course of antibiotics, the herb milk thistle is very effective. The rich antioxidants in this herb help protect the liver. 5. Sip Ginger Tea Whether you suffer from diarrhea, nausea or vomiting due to prescribed antibiotics, ginger is effective in dealing with these side effects. Ginger’s natural antibiotic property helps prevent and treat many health problems caused by bacteria. Fresh ginger has an antibiotic effect against food-borne pathogens as well as respiratory and periodontal infections. Never take antibiotics unless your doctor feels they are necessary.
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The best probiotic after antibiotic. Kefir
 
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Kefir grains is a combination of beneficial bacteria and yeast, sugars, proteins and lipids. Its origin in the North Caucasian region and is popular in Russia. The health benefits of Kefir are numerous due to its abilities to restore digestive flora of gastrointestinal tract. One of the most potent probiotic foods, Kefir is similar to Yogurt. It has a lot of beneficial bacteria which are responsible for the numerous health benefits. Some of the important bacteria present in Kefir are: Lactobacilli, Lactococci, Acetobacter, Streptococci Enterococci, Leuconostoc, Bacillus, Micrococci Kefir grains, are used as culture in milk The bacteria and yeast from these grains, feed on the lactose and ferment milk in 24 hours (depending on the room temperature) giving rise to a healthy drink. Ear 2-3 table spoons per day. i recommend to use organic milk Stay healthy Doctor Veronica
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Should You Be Taking Probiotics While On Antibiotics? | #AskMikeTheCaveman Part 243
 
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Antibiotics are unfortunately a pretty commonly prescribed, but they can wreck havoc on your resident bacteria. To help maintain that population, is it even worth it to take probiotics while on them? Find out here! Scientific Literature Duranti, S., Lugli, G. A., Mancabelli, L., Turroni, F., Milani, C., Mangifesta, M., … Ventura, M. (2017). Prevalence of antibiotic resistance genes among human gut-derived Bifidobacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 83(3), e02894–16. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5244288/pdf/e02894-16.pdf Goldenberg, J. Z., Lytvyn, L., Steurich, J., Parkin, P., Mahant, S., & Johnston, B. C. (2015). Probiotics for the prevention of pediatric antibiotic‐associated diarrhea (Review). Cochrane Database Systematic Reviews, 2015(12):CD004827. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26695080 Hickson, M. (2011). Probiotics in the prevention of antibiotic-associated diarrhoea and Clostridium difficile infection. Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology, 4(3), 185–197. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3105609/pdf/10.1177_1756283X11399115.pdf Issa, I., & Moucari, R. (2014). Probiotics for antibiotic-associated diarrhea: Do we have a verdict? World Journal of Gastroenterology : WJG, 20(47), 17788–17795. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4273129/pdf/WJG-20-17788.pdf Langdon, A., Crook, N., & Dantas, G. (2016). The effects of antibiotics on the microbiome throughout development and alternative approaches for therapeutic modulation. Genome Medicine, 8, 39. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4831151/pdf/13073_2016_Article_294.pdf Ouwehand, A. C., Forssten, S., Hibberd, A. A., Lyra, A., & Stahl, B. (2017). Probiotic approach to prevent antibiotic resistance. Annals of Medicine, 48(4), 246-255. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27092975 Rodgers, B., Kirley, K., & Mounsey, A. (2013). Prescribing an antibiotic? Pair it with probiotics. The Journal of Family Practice, 62(3), 148–150. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3601687/pdf/JFP-62-148.pdf Also be sure to check us out at - Subscribe - http://www.mikethecaveman.com Like - http://www.facebook.com/paleoprimal.longisland Follow - http://www.instagram.com/mikethecaveman Like - http://www.twitter.com/mikethecaveman
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Busting the Myths: Probiotics, Yogurt and Antibiotics
 
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Learn more here: http://www.essentialprobiotics.com. There is a lot of confusing and misleading information about probiotics out there. In our mini-series, ‘Busting the Myths’, we look at the most common misunderstandings about probiotics, and what the truth really is. In our first segment, we discuss the importance of yogurt for your digestive health, and if antibiotics and probiotics really are in conflict with each other. It is important to remember that while yogurt is a great way to introduce more probiotics into your diet, most yogurts are not made with live and active cultures, which greatly improves microbial activity in your digestive tract. For more information, news about digestive health and how to buy SCD Essential Probiotics go to: http://www.essentialprobiotics.com Keywords: liquid probiotics, probiotic supplement, probiotic myths, Essential Probiotics, fermentation, probiotics
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Reduce the Side Effects of Antibiotics
 
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Did you know that Bio-K Plus helps reduce the risk of suffering from side effects commonly associated with antibiotics? Discover more here : http://www.biokplus.com/en-ca/reduce-the-side-effects-of-antibiotics The intestinal flora’s balance is essential to good health, but it is sensitive to antibiotics. This type of medication can potentially trouble the diversity and balance of the bacteria making up the intestinal flora. Of course, antibiotics are sometimes necessary to our well-being, as they fight harmful bacteria. But they can also eliminate good bacteria that benefit our health. This can lead to an unbalanced intestinal flora, which makes it vulnerable to infections and harmful bacteria such as Clostridium difficile (more commonly known as C. difficile). Antibiotics can also lead to undesirable side effects, including gas, bloating, constipation and diarrhea, which can affect 1 out of 3 patients on antibiotics. Depending on the type and dosage of antibiotics prescribed, these side effects can occur for up to 8 weeks after the end of the treatment. Thankfully, you can protect yourself while taking antibiotics and minimise their side effects by taking Bio-K Plus! This probiotic supplement contains good bacteria that contribute to a balanced intestinal flora that can create a protective barrier to fight the development of harmful bacteria. Numerous clinical studies have proven that Bio-K Plus is useful in reducing the incidence of diarrhea associated to antibiotics and to the C. difficile bacteria. Did you know that every dose of Bio-K+ contains 50 billion probiotics? That’s the same amount you would find in 50 individual containers of probiotic-enriched yogurt. Bio-K+ is also the only supplement to contain 3 unique and patented strains of probiotic bacteria. Furthermore, unlike many other probiotic supplements, Bio-K+ ensures good bacteria’s survival until they reach the intestin. The probiotics’ effect is therefore maximised. So next time you take antibiotics, don’t forget to take them with Bio-K+, the number 1 probiotic brand recommended by pharmacists.
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How to Restore Good Bacteria After Antibiotics
 
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http://simply-healthy.com I spoke with someone with a bronchitis infection and asked how she was feeling. She said, "Great! I'm on a Z-pac!" If you've ever been on a Z-pac or any antibiotic, you know that they do work. What we often don't know is that while the antibiotic is taking out the bad bacteria that is making us feel bad, it's also taking out the good bacteria which our body needs. Heard of the phrase, "there's a fungus among us?" This is very true. We are made of bacteria and fungus. Our body is constantly trying to maintain the balance of both. I'm discussing today how to restore the good bacteria in your body after taking antibiotics. 1) Eat yogurt with active live cultures -- must say this on the label 2) Take a probiotic supplement 3) Drink a probiotic beverage such as kefir, lasso, or Kombucha 4) Eat fermented foods such as sauerkraut and pickled vegetables Doing this will build your immune system to help fight off future infections, strengthen your digestive sysem, and give you more energy. **FREE TELESEMINAR** Every Monday at 7:30 pm (CST) Kick Sugar Without Feeling Deprived - Sign up here: http://simply-healthy.com/kicksugarcall **FREE 3 DAY SUGAR DETOX** Download your copy here -- http://simply-healthy.com/3daysugardetox **SPOTS AVAILABLE IN MY SIGNATURE COACHING PROGRAM** Details here: http://simply-healthy.com/health-coaching Warmly, Elaine King Certified Holistic Health Coach
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How to Deal with Antibiotic Side Effects | Home remedies to get rid of Antibiotic Side Effects
 
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How to Deal with Antibiotic Side Effects | Home remedies to get rid of Antibiotic Side Effects When you suffer from strep throat, an ear infection, a urinary tract infection or other common bacterial infections, the most common medication prescribed by doctors is antibiotics. Antibiotics are medicines used to treat bacterial infections. There are different types of antibiotics that work against different strains of bacteria and some types of parasites. 1. Eat Probiotic Yogurt. Eating yogurt that contains ‘live cultures’ (also labeled as probiotic yogurt) helps your body recover from diarrhea, one of the common side effects of antibiotics. These live cultures are gut-friendly bacteria that provide a layer of protection in the intestines and help generate lactic acid to get bacterial toxins out of the body. 2. Eat Garlic. Garlic is a natural antibiotic that helps kill harmful microbes without the side effects of antibiotic medicines. Also, it contains an important compound known as allicin that protects your kidneys and liver from the potential damage of antibiotics. 3. Sip Ginger Tea. Whether you suffer from diarrhea, nausea or vomiting due to prescribed antibiotics, ginger is effective in dealing with these side effects. 4. Drink Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic. Apple cider vinegar has antibacterial properties that help fight harmful bacteria in your body. Also, it is a good remedy for controlling diarrhea, one of the common side effects of antibiotic medicine. 5. Eat Bland Foods. Eating bland foods are easy to digest and help give rest to your gastrointestinal tract, thus allowing it to recover from the strong actions of antibitoics. This is important since antibiotics destroy bad as well as good bacteria. If you have any beauty related question then comment, if you like the video thumbs up and share with your friend, If want to see more video then subscribe the channel and stay with us. _________________________________________________ ---Subscribe My Channel : http://bit.ly/2kRwizu ---How To Remove Underarms : http://bit.ly/2lpAi83 ---Get Perfect Brows At Home :http://bit.ly/2kRqeXB ---Pimples problem :http://bit.ly/2kRuXbR ---Like me on FB Fan Page: http://bit.ly/2kRqIgg ---Follow me On G+ : http://bit.ly/2k1GANW ---Follow me On twitter: http://bit.ly/2k1zjc5 ________________________________________________ Thanks for watching..
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Should you take probiotics while on antibiotics?
 
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Building back gut health after taking a round of antibiotics
 
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Sometimes bad bacteria overwhelms the system and antibiotics are prescribed by a doctor out of necessity. When a doctor prescribes antibiotics, listen to your doctor and take them as prescribed. During and after the antibiotics, there are things you can do to start rebuilding the good, helpful bacteria that is found in healthy intestines. Recommended reading: 'Eat Dirt' by Dr. Josh Axe 'Clean' and 'Clean Gut' by Alejandro Junger 'Food Forensics' by Michael Allen Adams 'Hashimoto's Protocol' by Izabella Wentz Here's an overview of some foods and supplements one can take during and after the antibiotics in order to build these helpful bacteria back up: Food-based probiotics - Activia and yogurts have some - Kombucha tea - Goat's milk kefur - Fermented foods (saurkraut, kimchee, pickled vegetables) Supplements: - El glutamine - Milk thistle - Collagen (collagen powder) - Bone broth
All The Health Benefits of Probiotics in 90 Seconds
 
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Dr Kiel quickly reviews All The Health Benefits of Probiotics in 90 Seconds. MORE FOOD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-EvlxsPoE4&list=PLt6puIp2CPGVxlVgYUtNjK3SXBZFGyVvC&index=1 MORE VITAMINS, MINERALS, SUPPLEMENTS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt6puIp2CPGX2dX8RjqtgVTdzPxvyLLAS READ MORE https://www.healthydocs.net/home/2017/the-health-benefits-of-probiotics-in-90-seconds PROBIOTIC SUPPLEMENT OPTIONS http://amzn.to/2pVNGW8 SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrJohnKiel FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/medicinelifestyle TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LifestyleMedYou I want to quickly summarize the benefits of probiotics. I made a longer, more thorough video on probiotics I would encourage you to check out if you’re interested in understanding what they are and how they work. Probiotics benefitial (helpful or good) bacteria. Common species include the microorganisms Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium. They have known health benefits including: maintaining a healthy gut and stomach, maintaining healthy gut flora, preventing h pylori or helicobacter, Boosting Immune system, Treating childhood diarrhea, Ulcerative colitis, Necrotizing enterocolitis, antibiotic-associated diarrhea , Prevent infectious diarrhea, Preventing pouchitis, eczema , cow’s milk allergy, lactose intolerance, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), vaginitis, C. difficile (Clostridium difficile), Crohn's disease, Prevent harmful bacteria, strengthen the mucus, barrier against infection., Inhibit or destroy toxins. They help Produce B vitamins including vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) and vitamin B12 (cobalmin) Common sources include Yogurt, Cheese, Kefir, fermented milk, Fortified Milk, Sauerkraut, cabbage, Miso Soup, Fermented soy, soybeans, Tempeh, Sourdough bread, Ginger Beer, Pickles, Kimchi , fermented vegetables, Kombucha , fermented sweetened black tea, Chocolate and granola bars, Poi,, taro plant, Juices, Powders, Mircoalgea, superfood and Probiotic Supplements.
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Probiotics Cut Antibiotic-Associated Diarrhea
 
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Prophylactic use of probiotics reduced the odds of developing antibiotic-associated diarrhea by 60%, based on data from a meta-analysis of more than 3,000 patients. Dr. Eamonn Quigley discusses the results.
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Probiotics Helping Colon Cancer and Children With Diarrhea
 
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Probiotics Info is the best place for resources and information on Probiotics in yogurt and how they can help keep you healthy. http://probioticsinfo.com
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How long does it take to replenish good bacteria after antibiotics ? | Health FAQs
 
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Support to rebuild a healthy microbiome after taking antibiotics. Due to copd, after 4 years in nutrition diva explains how replenish your gut flora with food and which foods avoid help the good bacteria thrive. Weeks, months how long do you need to get fixed up? On our own healthy bacteria with a round of antibiotics fix the gut after that, especially for kids? So replenish it good guys, lest bad guys take hold course, it's always best consult your doctor come up plan you, but according harvard health publications, taking probiotics daily one two weeks improve infectious or antibiotic related diarrhea all bacterial colonies in die along. Center for why probiotics are essential after antibiotics reduce antibiotic diarrhea webmd. ) 16 antibiotics kill bacteria, but they don't discriminate between the harmful and the beneficial ones. 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How long to restore gut flora from antibiotics mark's daily how repair your after the healthy home restoring health taking it's not just about recovery paleo mom. Antibiotics attack a wide range of microbes including the beneficial bacteria. How long do i need to take probiotics after antibiotics? . Found that taking probiotics can reduce antibiotic associated diarrhea. Ways to heal your gut and replenish good bacteria after taking heard the advice eat yogurt when antibiotics? . Every vegetable produces different families of beneficial bacteria find out how long it takes for your stomach to recover from antibiotics. There are 10 times as many of these good bacteria on the body than cells in body!. Probiotics after antibiotics should you take them? How to recover gut health how restore flora holistic primary care. Researchers and practitioners know that taking an antibiotic can even trying to replenish good bacteria with probiotics is very often just slightly helpful. 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How to get rid of diarrhea with Probiotics - clickbank review
 
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Learn More The Ibs Miracle (tm) With Free 3 Months Consultations : https://tinyurl.com/y837jep3 Please Subsubscribe FREE channel here : https://tinyurl.com/y8q2to42 1. How to Get Rid of Diarrhea with Rice Water : https://youtu.be/LPrdVY17ihY 2. how to get rid of diarrhea with Probiotics : https://youtu.be/r-X3OP2djhw 3. How to get rid of diarrhea with Black Pepper : https://youtu.be/8qXelM7CRPY 4. How to get rid of diarrhea with Apple Cider Vinegar: https://youtu.be/kS8swkOyILI 5. How to get rid of diarrhea with Ginger Ale: https://youtu.be/kS8swkOyILI 2. Probiotics Friendly bacteria live in our digestive system, in the intestines. Millions of tiny organisms, they have the role of fighting against any outside germs or viruses and keeping the balance inside our bodies. During a diarrhea episode, the bowel movements throw the good bacteria away, and the digestive tract loses its equilibrium. Probiotics are helpful and friendly bacteria as well. They are also called yeasts. Ingesting them will help you feel better and will restore the right order in your intestines. Yogurt contains a lot of natural probiotics. Producers add healthy bacteria to milk to obtain the delicious drink. When you buy it, pay attention to the ingredients: if you see anything like powder milk, sugar or some other unwanted elements, search for another one. A safe and healthy product should only contain milk and yeasts. Drink at least two cups of yogurt per day for diarrhea. Saccharomyces boulardii (S. boulardii) is another yeast beneficial for restoring your internal balance. S. boulardii is not a bacterium, but it has the same action. It especially works well if the individual suffers from traveler’s diarrhea or if the condition is caused by antibiotic intake. Even scientific studies suggest that it can chase away any germ and restore the proper nutrients absorption.
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Antibiotics vs Probiotics
 
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Learn what is the difference between antibiotics and probiotics. Why you should incorporate more of the probiotics in your diet and get rid of antibiotics.
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Preventing the Common Cold with Probiotics?
 
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Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from the sales of his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements go to support the 501c3 nonprofit that runs NutritionFacts.org.) DESCRIPTION: Though prebiotics may be preferable, probiotics may reduce the risk of upper respiratory tract infections. Probiotics do play an established role in helping to prevent antibiotic-associated diarrhea and may speed recovery from acute gastroenteritis. See my last video, Preventing and Treating Diarrhea with Probiotics (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/preventing-and-treating-diarrhea-with-probiotics/). When should they be taken? That's the subject of my next video, Should Probiotics Be Taken Before, During, or After Meals? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/should-probiotics-be-taken-before-during-or-after-meals/). How else might we reduce our risk of getting an upper respiratory infection? See: • Can Gargling Prevent The Common Cold? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/can-gargling-prevent-the-common-cold/) • Are Cats or Dogs More Protective For Children's Health? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/are-cats-or-dogs-more-protective-for-childrens-health/) • Sleep & Immunity (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/sleep-immunity/) • The Risks and Benefits of Neti Pot Nasal Irrigation (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/the-risks-and-benefits-of-neti-pot-nasal-irrigation/) You can tach a video of white blood cells chomping actually down on foreign invaders in my video Clinical Studies on Acai Berries (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/clinical-studies-on-acai-berries/). A must-see for biology geeks! The immune boosting fruit and vegetable video I reference is Boosting Immunity Through Diet (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/boosting-immunity-through-diet/). See also Kale and the Immune System (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/kale-and-the-immune-system/) and last week's video Boosting Immunity While Reducing Inflammation (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/boosting-immunity-while-reducing-inflammation/). Have a question for Dr. Greger about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/preventing-the-common-cold-with-probiotics/ and he'll try to answer it! http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Subscribe: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/subscribe • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate • HOW NOT TO DIE: http://nutritionfacts.org/book • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Instagram: http://instagram.com/nutrition_facts_org/ • Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NutritionfactsOrgMD • Podcast: http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/
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Probiotics Work in Children with Acute Diarrhea
 
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Probiotics Info is the best place for resources and information on Probiotics in yogurt and how they can help keep you healthy. http://probioticsinfo.com
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What To Eat During Loose Motion | Home Remedies For Lose Motion And Diarrhea
 
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How To Cure Loose Motion. Home remedies for loose motion in adults In simple terms, loose motion means you are having watery stools that occur more frequently than usual. It is also known as diarrhea, which most people have experienced. It can be acute or chronic. Please watch this video until the end to know the complete information. This common problem occurs when the food and fluids you ingest start passing too quickly or in too large an amount through the colon. Along with frequent loose, watery stools, you may even have symptoms like abdominal cramps, abdominal pain, a fever, bloating and weakness. Due to having too frequent bowel movements, there may also be itching, burning, soreness or pain in the rectal area. There can be many reasons behind this sudden change in your bowel movements, including a viral infection, bacterial infection, parasitic attack, food poisoning, a side effect of antibiotics and lactose intolerance, to name a few. In most cases, loose motion last a couple of days. However, if it continues for a week or more, it is important to consult a doctor. It can be a sign of a serious digestive disorder. Plus, it can lead to dehydration and weakness, which is not good for your overall health. To reduce the frequency of loose motion and bring your bowel movements to regularity, there are many simple and easy home remedies. 1. Yogurt. Yogurt is a good source of probiotics-strains of bacteria that are similar to the healthy bacteria normally found in your digestive system. These bacteria help restore the good bacteria in your gut. This in turn helps fight the diarrhea-causing germs in your digestive tract. A 2010 study published in Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews states that, when used alongside rehydration therapy, probiotics have beneficial effects in shortening the duration and reducing stool frequency in acute infectious diarrhea. When it comes to probiotics for diarrhea, yogurt is the best option. It promotes a healthy environment of microorganisms in the digestive tract for better digestion. Eat 2 to 3 cups of yogurt a day when suffering from loose motion. 2. Apple Cider Vinegar. Apple cider vinegar is a great remedy to stop loose motion. This natural antibiotic helps cure diarrhea by killing the diarrhea-causing organisms in the intestine. Its high pectin content soothes the irritated lining of the colon. Plus, it helps maintain proper pH level in the stomach, which in turn helps restore regularity. Mix 1 to 2 tablespoons of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar in a glass of lukewarm water. Add a little honey and stir. Drink it 2 or 3 times a day until your condition improves. 3. Bananas. Both raw and ripe bananas can help treat diarrhea due to their pectin content. This water-soluble fiber helps absorb fluids in the intestines, which in turn helps add bulk to the stool. Being high in potassium, it even helps replace electrolytes that may be lost during diarrhea. A 2001 study published in Gastroenterology found that the pectin in green bananas is useful in the dietary management of persistent diarrhea. It can reduce the amount of stool, frequency of vomiting and duration of diarrhea, as well as reduce the need for oral rehydration solutions or intravenous fluids. Another 2012 study published in the Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry also confirms that intake of bananas is beneficial for people suffering from diarrhea. When dealing with loose motions, eat a ripe banana every few hours. You can even have ripe banana and yogurt smoothies, 2 or 3 times a day. 4. Stay Hydrated When suffering from loose motions, there is a high chance of becoming severely dehydrated. Hence, it is important to take necessary steps to stay hydrated, as even minor dehydration can worsen your condition. Sip boiled or filtered water throughout the day. If going out, do not forget to carry your own water bottle. Coconut water also helps keep you hydrated when experiencing loose motion. Drinking 2 to 3 cups of green tea is also beneficial. You can also drink pulp-free juices, clear chicken broths and caffeine free soda. Electrolyte powder mixed in water is another good option. Thanks for watching. Please like, comment, subscribe and share my videos with your friends and family. I am amy. And i will see you all in my next video.
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6 Signs You Need More Probiotics. This Can Make Enormous Difference To Your Health
 
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Do you spend very little time thinking about your gut? If so, you are not unlike millions of others who tend not to think about what they cannot see. However, inside your gut is a real living colony of bacteria. Some of these bacteria are good and some are downright bad. Each day is a battle between the good and the bad in your gut. A lot of times, unfortunately, the bad claim victory, your immune-system is compromised and your health suffers. This is where probiotics come into play. Probiotics are live bacteria and yeast that can help restore a thriving colony of good bacteria in your digestive-system. They help keep your gut healthy so your immune system can fight off intruders and you can enjoy wellbeing. Following are 7 Signs You Need More Probiotics 1.You are taking or have taken an antibiotic in the last five years: Sure antibiotics can help us feel better when we are suffering from an infection, but did you know that antibiotics destroy all your good gut bacteria while killing the bad bugs that are making you sick? This leaves your digestive system out of whack. Other drugs that also rob your gut of good bacteria include birth control pills, pain medication, and anti-inflammatories. 2.You have had food poisoning:  If you have had to suffer through the misery of food poisoning you won’t soon forget it. Neither will your gut. Food poisoning destroys your healthy bacteria while the bad bacteria moves in and sets up camp. If you have never repopulated your good bacteria after food poisoning, chances are your health will suffer. 3.You have an unhappy digestive system: Perhaps your gut is always angry, you might suffer from stomach pain, constipation, diarrhea or food intolerance. Any of these things can be a sign that you don’t have enough healthy bacteria in your stomach and you need a probiotic. 4.You suffer from a skin condition: Chronic dry skin, eczema, or even just dull and listless skin can be a true sign that you do not have enough healthy bacteria in your gut.  5.You get sick often: Does it seem like you go from one cold to another, and can never seem to stay well? This is a good indication that your immune system is compromised and your gut is not healthy. 6.You have yeast overgrowth: Any kind of issue with yeast is a sign that you do not have enough good bacteria in your digestive track. 7.You are depressed: 95% of serotonin (the happy hormone) is made in your gut. If your gut is unhappy and full of bad bacteria, you won’t have enough serotonin. Once you get your gut back where it needs to be, you will find your mood improving and your outlook change. Try taking a good probiotic supplement. Some of the top food sources of probiotics includes: • Buttermilk • Fermented cod liver oil • Kefir • Kombucha • Miso • Kimchi • Sauerkraut • Tempeh • Apple cider vinegar And Yogurt DISCLAIMER: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provide. Image Sources/credit www.wikihow.com canstockphoto.com www.pixabay.com Pinterest.com
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DINDs - Antibiotics & Probiotics
 
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Antibiotic medications not only get rid of bad bacteria causing an infection, they also destroy beneficial bacteria in the gut called probiotics. This can lead to diarrhea, yeast overgrowth & nutrient deficiencies. It's recommended to take a mixed Probiotic supplement after each course of antibiotic therapy.
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probiotic to take with antibiotics
 
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probiotic to take with antibiotics - Discount Code iherb code first order OWI469 $5 OFF Your purchase At iherb com $5 http://cd3da.ulinks.net probiotic to take with antibiotics and Probiotic Products Individuals generally use probiotics goods to avoid illnesses and assistance general well-being. Nutritional supplements and some foods might presently contain probiotics or they may be added in their preparation. Many different ingredients, including products, and fermented, miso, tempeh, yogurt milk are a few of the foods that incorporate probiotics. I really hope that I - can reach as many individuals as possible with this particular. I am aware my life will be a lot better basically had sharper skin and greater stomach wellness earlier within my life. I spent 3-5 years striving a myriad of stuff from products, diets, anti-biotics and methods for clearing acne. By using this probiotic in combination with several of the standard tips for sharper skin may be the only issue that's helped long-term to me, to the level where I've skin that is virtually perfect now. Second, have a probiotic product. Common ranges of probiotics are Lactobacillus  (M. M, acidophilus. plantarum, and M. rhamnosus), Bifidobacteria (B. Bifidum. longum) and Saccharomyces boulardii (a yeast used-to address diarrhea). When picking out a probiotics complement seek out the one that not only defends these fine good” bacteria, but additionally ensures they accomplish your whole digestive tract, Amplifying the health advantages of the probiotics. One supply system that works is Dr. Ohhira's, Essential Formulas Inc., Probiotics, Original Formula. As directed use, probiotic to take with antibiotics . #vegetarianfriendly #workhard #followme #probioticdropsforbabies #probioticoptions #probioticswheretofindthem #whereareprobioticsfound #whatareprobioticsgoodfor
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PROBIOTICS - Feed Your Rain Forest..eating bugs is good for you!
 
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Rain forests. Microbiodome. Germ free. Clean house. Yogurt. Probiotics and antibiotics. What is a probiotic? Where to find probiotics? Antibiotic side effects. Diarrhea and antibiotics. Diarrhea and probiotics.Here's the thing: eating bugs is good for you! Don't believe me!?! Check out my latest video and find out why you are your very own rain forest and without "good" bugs you'll never be healthy. drjconcall
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Probiotics A Big Help with Diarrhea in Children and Adults
 
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Probiotics Info is the best place for resources and information on Probiotics in yogurt and how they can help keep you healthy. http://probioticsinfo.com
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HOW TO HEAL AFTER ANTIBIOTICS
 
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6 Healing Benefits Of Probiotics | Why Are Probiotics GOOD for You? MOST Recommended Probiotic Foods
 
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http://HomeRemediesTV.com/Best-Supplements Why Are Probiotics GOOD for You? The MOST Recommended Probiotic RICH Foods. Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health, especially your digestive system. We usually think of bacteria as something that causes diseases. But your body is full of bacteria, both good and bad. Probiotics are often called "good" or "helpful" bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Best Natural & Organic Vitamins & Dietary Supplements: https://bit.ly/2lwR2Mx ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Best HAIR Nutrition Supplements: https://bit.ly/2lwNRom ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Best Mens Multivitamin & Supplements: https://bit.ly/2lwTCSS ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Best Women Multivitamin & Supplements: https://bit.ly/2lwYrLT ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Best Probiotics Supplement: https://bit.ly/2lwYGXj ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Best Eye Multivitamin & Vision Support: https://bit.ly/2lf5d6r ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Best Memory Supplements & Brain Boost: https://bit.ly/2leYQ2W ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Best Health Booster Supplements: https://bit.ly/2lx44tL What are probiotics and how do they work? Probiotics are live microorganisms that may be able to help prevent and treat some illnesses. Promoting a healthy digestive tract and a healthy immune system are their most widely studied benefits at this time. These are also commonly known as friendly, good, or healthy bacteria. What is a prebiotic and probiotic? Prebiotics are nondigestible carbohydrates that act as food for probiotics. When probiotics and prebiotics are combined, they form a synbiotic. Fermented dairy products, such as yogurt and kefir, are considered synbiotic because they contain live bacteria and the fuel they need to thrive. Do probiotics have side effects? Probiotics' side effects, if they occur, tend to be mild and digestive (such as gas or bloating). More serious effects have been seen in some people. Probiotics might theoretically cause infections that need to be treated with antibiotics, especially in people with underlying health conditions. Do probiotics help fight infection? Probiotics vs. Antibiotics. Unlike antibiotics, which means “to destroy life,” probiotics literally means “life giving.” In more practical terms, antibiotics destroy without prejudice — killing the bad bacteria that can cause infection, while also destroying the good bacteria that help fight infection. Can you get diarrhea from probiotics? While probiotics are generally well tolerated, including probiotic-rich foods or adding probiotic supplements might infrequently cause side effects. Although diarrhea is not a typical side effect, probiotics can sometimes cause related symptoms such as abdominal discomfort, bloating or gas. Do probiotics make you feel bloated? In the short-term, adding probiotics to your diet may cause gas, flatulence, belching and bloating. If you have irritable bowel syndrome, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth or fructose malabsorption, adding probiotics to your diet is likely to worsen your bloating. What is a prebiotic food? The best natural sources of prebiotics include: acacia gum (or gum arabic) raw chicory root. raw Jerusalem artichoke. raw dandelion greens. raw garlic. raw leeks. raw or cooked onions. raw jicama. What is a prebiotic fiber? In short, the prebiotic is a specialized plant fiber that beneficially nourishes the good bacteria already in the large bowel or colon. While probiotics introduce good bacteria into the gut, prebiotics act as a fertilizer for the good bacteria that's already there. What does the lactobacillus do? Lactobacillus is a type of bacteria. There are lots of different species of lactobacillus. These are "friendly" bacteria that normally live in our digestive, urinary, and genital systems without causing disease. Lactobacillus is also in some fermented foods like yogurt and in dietary supplements. What are probiotics used for in adults? Probiotics have been used to treat bowel problems (such as diarrhea, irritable bowel), eczema, vaginal yeast infections, lactose intolerance, and urinary tract infections. Probiotics are available in foods (such as yogurt, milk, juices, soy beverages) and as dietary supplements (capsules, tablets, powders). Do probiotics kill off bad bacteria? Probiotics and fecal transplants can help restore the healthy bacteria that antibiotics can kill off. Antibiotics can save live... 😍😍😍😍😍 Like, Share and Subscribe Our Channel if you think these video is informative and helpful. Thank you! http://lifebuzzfeed.com/youtube http://lifebuzzfeed.com/facebook Probiotics,digestion,probiotic,health,Probiotic Foods,Why Are Probiotics GOOD for You?,benefits of probiotics,probiotics,Healing Benefits,MOST Recommended Probiotic Foods,good for your health,digestive system,help keep your gut healthy,gut health,gut bacteria,stomach,enzymes,enzyme,biology,What are probiotics and how do they work?,What is a prebiotic and probiotic?,Do probiotics have side effects?,side effects,Do probiotics help fight infection?,antibiotics,infection,bacteria,penicillin,home remedies
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A Brief History of Probiotics
 
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Thanks for tuning in. We're going to talk about probiotics today. In fact, I'll just talk a little bit about the brief history of probiotics. How they came about, how they started. If you look back a long time ago, people always wanted to keep high quality foods for long periods of time. And one of those high quality foods was milk, whether it was camel's milk, sheep's milk, cow's milk or goat's milk, or whatever kind of milk, people wanted to keep the milk. They wanted to store this precious fluid. How could they keep it? Some people say that a long time ago, it happened by accident when milk was stored in skins like bladders of different animals, and then this basically turned sour. Naturally, some bacteria got in there, made it turn sour. And then these people in the Middle East found that they could keep this camel's or sheep's milk for long periods of time. It was sour. It wasn't really until 1908 that we had a guy called Elie Metchnikoff who got a Noble Prize for discovering phagocytes or particular white blood cells. And Elie was quite interested to work out why some people live to 100 years plus in the Balkans and the Serbs, and people in Bulgaria, how they could live so long. What he found was that all of these people had one thing in common. They ate yogurt that they made. Yogurt is really preserved milk, and it's basically milk with the simple addition of some bacteria. Today, we use specialized techniques for creating yogurt, but you can easily make it at home in your own kitchen. Not a problem at all. Basically, we just use some yogurt that's left over or some high quality yogurt. We add it to cow's milk that's been heated up or sheep's milk, whatever you want to use, and then brought to room temperature and then a portion of yogurt from the previous consumption has been added and left for six to eight hours to get occulated. What happens is basically the bacteria create lactase, an enzyme, and that lactase starts hydrolyzing or attacking the sugar in the milk, the lactose, so it converts that into a compound. It slightly curdles it. The pH gets lowered and yogurt is formed, what we now know as yogurt. Yogurt is used around the world. Many cultures have used yogurt now for a long, long time. Yogurt can be used by you, and it should be used by you regularly. You can read my article on yeastinfection.org on the many uses of yogurt, and the many reasons why it is so beneficial for human health. It's an incredibly powerful food. It's a super food, in fact. We've gone beyond that now. Dr. Metchnikoff did a huge amount of research, but today we know even more than Metchnikoff knew. We know now that we can make high quality dietary supplements containing the top quality strains of beneficial bacteria in amounts way, way larger than you'll ever get in yogurt. And also, the convenience of just taking a capsule, as opposed to having yogurt. I recommend you have both in your diet. You have yogurt and you have a probiotics supplement. The probiotics have been around a long time. Yogurt's been around a long time. Our knowledge of bacteria has only really been in the last 50 to 80 years; we now know that bacteria, in fact, don't kill people. They're actually necessary for life. Many bacteria inside our digestive system do exactly that. They promote life. Pro-bios, "for life." As opposed to anti-bios, "anti-life." So antibiotics kill life. Probiotics provide life. A very important reason for you to take these every day into your diet and also as a dietary supplement for a long period of time to really help get that right. To sum things up, bacteria have been around since time immemorial, probably millions of years, but it's only been in the last 100 years that we understand the health giving benefits of them. Make sure you take them in every day in your diet, and particularly if you've got any kind of digestive problem, constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, whatever you've got, try to take a small amount of naturally sour yogurt in every day. In the US alone just in the last 10 years, the consumption has gone from one pound up to like five or six pounds of yogurt per capita as people are aware of the benefits. I created a product called Canxida Restore, and I created it mainly to supplement your diet. It contains seven of the best enzymes and six of the best probiotics together in a very specially formulated capsule. It's proven to be a very powerful supplement just like the Canxida Remove was, the antifungal that I created. So check out Canxida.com and you can have more of a read up on what Canxida Restore is all about. Are you eating yogurt every day? Have a think about it. It would benefit you immensely to eat a small amount of yogurt per day. If you can't tolerate yogurt, have a look at sauerkraut or kim chee, other kinds of foods also rich in lactic acid that can help to benefit your digestive system. Thanks for tuning in.
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Busting the Myth: Probiotics and Antibiotics.
 
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Visit us at: http://www.essentialprobiotics.com. There is a lot of confusing and misleading information about probiotics out there, including many probiotic myths. You may wonder, ‘Should I take probiotics?’ In our mini-series, ‘Busting the Myths’, we look at the most common misunderstandings about probiotics, and what the truth really is. In our third segment, pt. III, we look at probiotics and antibiotics. Are they always in conflict with each other? And is it safe to take probiotics and antibiotics at the same time? For more information, news about digestive health and how to buy SCD Essential Probiotics go to: http://www.essentialprobiotics.com Keywords: liquid probiotics, probiotic supplement, probiotic myths, Essential Probiotics, yogurt, antibiotics, probiotics
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Is Greek yogurt good for your stomach ? | Health FAQs
 
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Plain greek yogurt 9 foods to eat when your stomach is bloated. Eating greek yogurt with probiotics helps increase the good bacteria in your gut when stomach is feeling topsy turvy, it's a idea to stick bland, white foods like rice, toast, or boiled related 10 savory recipes 27 best food plain yogurtall photos. The 8 best foods for your gut rodale wellness. Your digestive tract naturally contains lots of different types bacteria some good, helping you digest food, and potentially harmful. On the other hand, if all goes smoothly, sharing some greek yogurt is harmless 22 your gut biome (the bacteria living in intestines) crucial to health. The overuse of antibiotics, diets high in processed foods, and if you are eating your greek yogurt plain, unsweetened, adding own fruit, while there still gut benefits to the probiotics yogurt, [3] typically contains good bacteria which supposedly helps with tried activia because it states can cure tummy troubles two weeks 24 like kefir, also serves as a potent dairy based probiotic, think them healthy meal for helpful 5 increase those who 10 friendly foods yoghurt naturally packed research suggests options, such low fat increases ibs symptoms 6 one is that fill will improve both digestive overall health. 10 surprising benefits of yogurt for diarrhea. Benefits of greek yogurt 8 ways benefits your health healthline. To me all sugar is bad so your below answer what i had been looking for, thanks. Alert weird gut bacteria linked to digestion, heart, obesity, brain problems you should consult with your doctor before undertaking any medical or 27 how probiotics in yogurt protect unlike the majority of words english dictionary, word does not have a greek origin. Is greek yogurt good for ibs kouros hotel & suites. Is greek yogurt good for you? Activia review can bacteria really help with digestion? . How is yogurt good for diarrhea? . Use yogurt anytime your stomach is feeling a bit off balance, and i bet it will help in it's also good idea to keep food simple try not combine too 12 when digestion body feels it, hard stay like greek yogurt, have been shown promote healthy gut flora despite the reduced lactose, fully agree with dog's. Eat this, not that! greek yogurts 7 foods for your gut health abc news. These good 28 2011 now, i've always thought that eating yogurt was for my gut next guest has found bacteria don't actually re colonize your gut, just what can do body? But it only makes sense a food with as many health benefits be given prime real estate in the and between friendly probiotics, healthy fats, muscle building protein, tons of companies offering 'authentic' lined up on grocery 11 photo researchers report is. This is primarily due to the healthy management of gut bacteria that if you're tolerant dairy, use plain greek yogurt or kefir beat bloating quickly. The best probiotic yogurt for you women's health. 22 percent more weight and 81 percent more belly fat than dieters who skipped the with the right ratio of protein to carbohydrates, yogurt, particularly high protein greek yogurt, makes 12 plain unsweetened yogurt contains good bacteria called probiotics, which mix a cup of greek yogurt with your favorite fruit or vegetable puree 29 probiotics are good for your brain, according to a new study. Can i give my dog greek yogurt? . If yogurt is good for my gut, why it causing gas and bloating. Clean & lean benefits of greek yogurt know gurt a guide to probiotics and digestive health help your body? Does probiotic really affect digestion? Npr. Probiotics and chobani greek yogurt what you should knowhuffpost. Googleusercontent search. Greek yogurt not as healthy you think. Benefits of greek yogurt us news 8 ways benefits your health healthline food nutrition url? Q webcache. 11 surprising foods that can help balance your digestive health. Tips for a healthy gut biome (hint yogurt is not one of them). We all know that yogurt is good for us, but did you it's also maintaining your 23 does greek nutrition provide enough benefits to consume over probiotic yogurt? Have heard about the gut friendly of. These are the good bacteria strains that improve digestion and protect your gut from bad. Without a healthy balance of good bacteria from probiotics, too much bad can build up and cause damage to our immune systems. Is greek yogurt good for dogs? . Depending on your tolerability, dairy products in general are 29 foods with probiotics (the good kind of bacteria) can help you get slim, whether love greek or regular, low fat full fat, look for the don't assume that only way probiotic yogurt fix is through 5 if comparing sugar content to regular yogurt, a healthy food, choose organic and plain. The health benefits of greek yogurt what to eat for a stomach ache 7 foods upset stomachs stop bloating! the best & worst flat belly. I believe this is why i could't get rid of the little bit fat on my stomach 14 if you are looking for a thicker, creamer version your regular yogurt, try greek
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Loose Motion Home Remedy | How To Cure Diarrhea | Stop Diarrhea Easily | What Is Diarrhea
 
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In simple terms, loose motion means you are having watery stools that occur more frequently than usual. It is also known as diarrhea, which most people have experienced. It can be acute or chronic. Please watch this video until the end to know the complete information. This common problem occurs when the food and fluids you ingest start passing too quickly or in too large an amount through the colon. Along with frequent loose, watery stools, you may even have symptoms like abdominal cramps, abdominal pain, a fever, bloating and weakness. Due to having too frequent bowel movements, there may also be itching, burning, soreness or pain in the rectal area. There can be many reasons behind this sudden change in your bowel movements, including a viral infection, bacterial infection, parasitic attack, food poisoning, a side effect of antibiotics and lactose intolerance, to name a few. In most cases, loose motion last a couple of days. However, if it continues for a week or more, it is important to consult a doctor. It can be a sign of a serious digestive disorder. Plus, it can lead to dehydration and weakness, which is not good for your overall health. To reduce the frequency of loose motion and bring your bowel movements to regularity, there are many simple and easy home remedies. 1. Yogurt. Yogurt is a good source of probiotics-strains of bacteria that are similar to the healthy bacteria normally found in your digestive system. These bacteria help restore the good bacteria in your gut. This in turn helps fight the diarrhea-causing germs in your digestive tract. A 2010 study published in Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews states that, when used alongside rehydration therapy, probiotics have beneficial effects in shortening the duration and reducing stool frequency in acute infectious diarrhea. When it comes to probiotics for diarrhea, yogurt is the best option. It promotes a healthy environment of microorganisms in the digestive tract for better digestion. Eat 2 to 3 cups of yogurt a day when suffering from loose motion. 2. Apple Cider Vinegar. Apple cider vinegar is a great remedy to stop loose motion. This natural antibiotic helps cure diarrhea by killing the diarrhea-causing organisms in the intestine. Its high pectin content soothes the irritated lining of the colon. Plus, it helps maintain proper pH level in the stomach, which in turn helps restore regularity. Mix 1 to 2 tablespoons of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar in a glass of lukewarm water. Add a little honey and stir. Drink it 2 or 3 times a day until your condition improves. 3. Bananas. Both raw and ripe bananas can help treat diarrhea due to their pectin content. This water-soluble fiber helps absorb fluids in the intestines, which in turn helps add bulk to the stool. Being high in potassium, it even helps replace electrolytes that may be lost during diarrhea. A 2001 study published in Gastroenterology found that the pectin in green bananas is useful in the dietary management of persistent diarrhea. It can reduce the amount of stool, frequency of vomiting and duration of diarrhea, as well as reduce the need for oral rehydration solutions or intravenous fluids. Another 2012 study published in the Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry also confirms that intake of bananas is beneficial for people suffering from diarrhea. When dealing with loose motions, eat a ripe banana every few hours. You can even have ripe banana and yogurt smoothies, 2 or 3 times a day. 4. Stay Hydrated When suffering from loose motions, there is a high chance of becoming severely dehydrated. Hence, it is important to take necessary steps to stay hydrated, as even minor dehydration can worsen your condition. Sip boiled or filtered water throughout the day. If going out, do not forget to carry your own water bottle. Coconut water also helps keep you hydrated when experiencing loose motion. Drinking 2 to 3 cups of green tea is also beneficial. You can also drink pulp-free juices, clear chicken broths and caffeine free soda. Electrolyte powder mixed in water is another good option. Thanks for watching. Please like, comment, subscribe and share my videos with your friends and family. I am amy. And i will see you all in my next video.
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Difference between multi-strains probiotics and yogurt
 
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What is the difference between yogurt and probiotics ? Yogurt is a good food. But it is not a probiotic supplement for several reasons: one is the quality of the bacteria. When you take a supplement (a good quality probiotic supplement), you take billions of bacteria, 6, 10, even 15, depending of the brand or the amount. When you take a yogurt, what you get is millions, so not enough. Also, the types of strains that you get in yogurt are different. Yogurt is made with two bacterias: lactobacillus bulgaricus and streptococcus thermophilus. When you make yogurt at home that's what you use. The pouch in the milk will give you yogurt. Those are good bacteria but they're not probiotics per say, they don't have therapeutic effect in your G.I. tract. You may buy a yogurt that sends probiotic but you have to know what bacteria are added at the end of the fermentation process and those bacteria will not survive long enough for you to get the benefit of the bacteria as you would in a supplement. So not the right strain, not the right amount and not the right indications. So yogurt is a good food but it's not a therapeutic product.
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Is yogurt good for your microbiota?
 
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This video investigates the claim that eating yogurt boosts gut microbiota and repairs damaged microbiota. It explains what a microbiota is, the relationship between host and microbiota and the role of yogurt in the health of microbiota health. Information is provided about how the consumption of yogurt can affect the composition, structure and function of the gastrointestinal tract. The video concludes that yogurt itself does not contain the wide range of microorganisms that are required to repair a damaged microbiota and that those microorganisms in yougurt are often unable to colonize the human intestine. Therefore, the effects of yogurt consumption are often temporary. On the other hand, yogurt can be useful in speeding up the recovery of acute gastrointestinal problems. This video was made by Demystifying Medicine students Angela Gupta, Ingrid Kao, Kate Kim and Kaaran Gupta Copyright McMaster University 2018 Reference list: Adolfsson, O., Meydani, S. N., & Russell, R. M. (2004). Yogurt and gut function. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 80(2), 245-256. Bisanz, J., & Reid, G. (2011). Unraveling How Probiotic Yogurt Works. Science Translational Medicine, 3(106), 106ps41-106ps41. http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/scitranslmed.3003291 Canadian Dairy Comission. (2017). Yogurt. Retrieved from http://www.milkingredients.ca/index-eng.php?id=197 John, T. (2017). What Is the Function of Folic Acid?. Retrieved from: https://www.livestrong.com/article/426140-what-is-the-function-of-folic-acid/ Shreiner, A., Kao, J., & Young, V. (2015). The gut microbiome in health and in disease. Current Opinion In Gastroenterology, 31(1), 69-75. http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/mog.0000000000000139 He, T., Priebe, M.G., Zhong, Y., Huang, C., Harmsen, H.J., Raangs, G.C., Antoine, J.M., Welling, G.W., & Vonk, R.J. (2008). Effects of yogurt and bifidobacteria supplementation on the colonic microbiota in lactose-intolerant subjects. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 104(2), 595-604. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2672.2007.03579.x Quigley, E.M. (2015). Probiotics in Irritable Bowel Syndrome: The Science and the Evidence. Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology, 49(1), S60-4. doi: 10.1097/MCG.0000000000000348 Jafarnejad, S., Shab-Bidar, S., Speakman, J.R., Parastui, K., Daneshi-Maskooni, M., & Djafarian, K. (2016). Probiotics Reduce the Risk of Antibiotic-Associated Diarrhea in Adults (18-64 Years) but Not the Elderly (over 65 Years): A Meta-Analysis. Nutrition in Clinical Practice, 31(4), 502-13. doi: 10.1177/0884533616639399. Wen, L., & Duffy, A. (2017). Factors Influencing the Gut Microbiota, Inflammation, and Type 2 Diabetes. The Journal Of Nutrition, 147(7), 1468S-1475S. http://dx.doi.org/10.3945/jn.116.240754
MediaPharm - Antibiotics and Probiotics - Is This a Colonic Conflict? Part 1
 
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Some probiotics, when taken with a course of antibiotics, can reduce the risk of antibiotic associated diarrhea. Probiotics aren't recommended in every case, though; watch this podcast from Dr Dean Elbe to find out why.
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how can probiotics help with diarrhea
 
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how can probiotics help with diarrhea - Discount Code how to enter iherb code OWI469 $5 OFF Your First-Order At iherb com $5 http://bit.ly/iherbprobiotics how can probiotics help with diarrhea and Say "Goodbye" Towards The Weight Loss Plateau Persons generally use probiotics goods to stop ailments and assistance general well being. Some foods and nutritional supplements may currently contain probiotics or they may be added throughout their planning. A variety of ingredients, including drinks, and yogurt, miso, tempeh, fermented and unfermented milk are some of the foods that have probiotics. I am hoping that I will achieve as many folks as possible with this. I know my life will be a lot better easily had better skin and greater belly health earlier within my life. I invested 3-5 years hoping all kinds of stuff from lotions, diets, anti-biotics and strategies for clearing acne. Applying this probiotic in combination with a few of the standard tips for clearer skin may be the only factor that's helped me longterm, to the stage where I've almost perfect skin now. I used all of the lotions and creams I really could test out, and the underlying matter was treated by not one of them. Next antibiotics tried... And the ones worked! For some time... And after that it returned, over and over than before. how can probiotics help with diarrhea . #vegetariandiet #fit #selfie #iHerbprobioticcoupon #probiotic25billioncfu #probioticswheretobuyuk #howtoprobioticswork #justpotentprobiotic
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11 Surprising Uses for Yogurt Part 3
 
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http://www.superfoodhealthyliving.com/ http://www.superfoodhealthyliving.com/article-Marine-Phytoplankton.html 3. Enhance your immune system According to the International Journal of Immunotherapy, yogurt with active cultures enhances the body's immune system by increasing the production of gamma interferons, which play a key role in fighting certain allergies and viral infections. Other studies indicate that yogurt can help prevent gastrointestinal infections (lactic acid helps inhibit the growth of food-borne pathogens, and yogurt cultures produce bacteriocins which restore natural intestinal cultures). 4. Relieve diarrhea Antibiotics may kill good bacteria in addition to the ones they're meant to kill, leading to stomach discomfort and diarrhea--but the Lactobacillus acidophilus in yogurt produce bacteriocins which restore natural intestinal culture. Which is why yogurt is used for restoring normal bacteria in the intestine after antibiotics and for treating antibiotic-related diarrhea and acute diarrhea in children. Yogurt formula given as a replacement for milk formula in infants and young children seems to relieve persistent diarrhea. For preventing diarrhea due to treatment with antibiotics, WebMD recommends: 125 mL (approximately 4 ounces) of yogurt containing Lactobacillus GG taken twice daily throughout the antibiotic treatment course. Some researchers recommend taking 240 mL (8 ounces) of other yogurt preparations twice daily. Take yogurt at least 2 hours before or 2 hours after antibiotics. http://www.superfoodhealthyliving.com/ http://www.superfoodhealthyliving.com/raw-foods-blog/ http://www.superfoodhealthyliving.com/raw-foods-blog/income-opportunity.html
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Yogurt and diarrhea
 
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Bowtrol's all-natural formula helps calm and relax the digestive tract, eliminating feelings of urgency and diarrhea or constipation.
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Probiotics VS Antibiotic Associated Infection (Lit Review) Final draft N463
 
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This video is a literature review about the effectiveness of probiotic use for the purpose of creating better patient outcomes on those who are taking antibiotics.
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How to Fix Your Gut Bacteria for Weight Loss: Prebiotics and Probiotics- Thomas DeLauer
 
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How to Fix Your Gut Bacteria for Weight Loss with Prebiotics and Probiotics- Thomas DeLauer: Microorganisms and gut health: Gut health is important for our overall wellbeing. Known as the microbiota, consisting of 100 trillion bacteria, these microorganisms evolved a symbiotic relationship with humans. A healthy gut microbiota is critical for gut health and proper digestions and helps digest foods and provide nutrients while stimulating epithelial cell differentiation and proliferation. These cells regulate intestinal homeostasis, Induce antimicrobial peptide secretion, are intricately involved in the immune system and help to protect from pathogens in our guts. Imbalances in gut microbiota have been associated with: -Obesity and metabolic diseases -Malnourishment -Inflammatory diseases, such as asthma and Crohn’s disease -Allergies -HIV disease progression -Cancer -Depression and mood disorders -Cardiovascular health problems Dangers to the microbiota include: 1. Antibiotics 2. Triclosan in antibacterial gel and soap products 3. Diet low in fiber and high in unhealthy fats and processed foods So how do we help boost the health and diversity of our microbiotas? Probiotics and Prebiotics…. Probiotics are defined by the World Health Organization as “live microorganisms that can provide benefits to human health when administered in adequate amounts, which confer a beneficial health effect on the host.” There are numerous studies that demonstrate the benefits of supplementing with probiotics. Benefits found in studies include the prevention and treatment of: -Diarrhea -Pediatric allergic disorders -IBD, such as Crohn’s disease -Dysfunctions of the gastrointestinal tract -Prevention of respiratory tract infections, such as a cold Probiotic use has been shown to decrease intestinal permeability. Prebiotics are dietary fibers that have a positive impact on our gut microbiota and therefore our health. All prebiotics are fibers, but not all fibers are prebiotics. Prebiotics are food for probiotics, and it is through this mechanism that they play an important role in our health. Insulin and galacto-oligosaccharides are the only supplement ingredients that fulfil the definition of prebiotics. Once in the colon, prebiotics are fermented by microorganisms that live in the colon and form short chain fatty acids (SCFAs). The majority of organisms in the colon are anaerobic and get the energy they need from this fermentation of prebiotics. Our diet is of crucial importance in maintaining a healthy microbiota as different microorganisms require different food from our diets to thrive. The anti-inflammatory effects of fiber are likely due to the SCFAs that they are broken into when fermented by our microbiota. Tips: In addition to eating an organic, whole foods diet, it is a good idea to add in prebiotic and probiotic supplements. Foods high in prebiotics: 1. Asparagus 2. Garlic 3. Onions 4. Oats 5. Soy Beans 6. Leeks Foods high in probiotics (fermented foods): 1. Yogurts 2. Miso 3. Tempeh 4. Kimchi 5. Kombucha Synbiotics are synergistic combinations of probiotics and prebiotics. Switching your probiotic supplement is a good idea. Different strains provide different health benefits, even with strains of the same genus and species exhibiting different effects. Probiotics can be dangerous for those with compromised immune systems. References: 1. The role of probiotics and prebiotics in inducing gut immunity https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3859913/ 2. Prebiotics, probiotics and synbiotics https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18461293 3. Prebiotics and the health benefits of fiber... http://jn.nutrition.org/content/142/5/962.long
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How the food you eat affects your gut - Shilpa Ravella
 
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-the-food-you-eat-affects-your-gut-shilpa-ravella The bacteria in our guts can break down food the body can’t digest, produce important nutrients, regulate the immune system, and protect against harmful germs. And while we can’t control all the factors that go into maintaining a healthy gut microbiome, we can manipulate the balance of our microbes by paying attention to what we eat. Shilpa Ravella shares the best foods for a healthy gut. Lesson by Shilpa Ravella, animation by Andrew Foerster.
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Probiotics 101 - TryProbiotics.com
 
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A video from Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) about the benefits of Probiotics.. What are probiotics? Check out http://tryprobiotics.com Probiotics, also known as acidophilus, they are bacteria that help maintain the natural balance of organisms (microflora) in the digestive system. A normal human digestive tract contains about 400 types of probiotic bacteria that aid in reducing the growth of harmful bacteria and promote a healthy digestive system. Lactobacillus acidophilus, found in yogurt is the most commonly known probiotic in the largest group of probiotic bacteria of lactic and acid bacteria. Yeast is also a probiotic substance and probiotics are also available as dietary supplements. Certain types of probiotics have been shown to assit in digestive disease treatments. Studies in these types of treatments are still in their infant stages and many probiotics need to still be proven as effective disease treatments. Even at this point, strains of probiotics known to work for treatment of certain diseases are not readily available. However, it is known that probiotics are an important part in maintaining a healthy and happy digestive system. What are probiotics used for? A decrease in beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract can lead to infections, such as vaginal yeast and urinary tract infections, and symptoms such as diarrhea from intestinal illnesses. A common circumstance to use a probiotic is to prevent diarrhea caused by antibiotics. Antibiotics kill "good" (beneficial) bacteria along with the bacteria that cause illness. A decrease in beneficial bacteria may lead to diarrhea. Taking probiotic(acidophilus) supplements (which can be found in pills, powder or liquid) may help replace the lost beneficial bacteria and thus help prevent diarrhea.
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