The question today is, “Can I take probiotics with antibiotics?”
Of course, you can do that, but why would you want to do that?
Why would you want to 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. And then they take them again and again and again.
Over the course of seeing tens of thousands of people over the last 31 years, I’ve noticed that a considerable percentage of people who have never been well since taking antibiotics.
They take them again and again and again.
Why would they take them?
A recurring theme is for facial acne. A recurring theme is digestive discomfort. Some people take them as a precaution, which his crazy.
Why would you want to do that?
Taking a probiotic alongside an antibiotic doesn’t make much sense.
You want to finish the course first and then take the probiotic.
When you take the probiotic, please make sure that you include foods in your diet that support the encouragement and development of beneficial bacteria.
These are prebiotic foods.
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What kind of foods are we talking about?
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.
Try not to fall for the hype of prebiotic inside capsules or powders. A lot of prebiotics supplements 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, I think it’s going to hold the key. This prebiotic is going to be put in an extraordinary capsule that releases the prebiotic in a different part of the gut than the probiotic.
So it’s a brilliant 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 make sense.
There’s no point in taking probiotics if you eat pizzas or if you eat crap food.
So, to reiterate.
Finish your course of antibiotics.
Take the probiotics.
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 as a great source of probiotics. I created this product to restore the gut. It’s very effective after antibiotics because it also contains enzymes that allow the proper fermentation of food. It also includes six types of probiotics that encourage 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.