take probiotics to cure/avoid colitis

Karen Atkins
I create music recorded in 432 Herz frequency to enhance health and well-being.
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How It Works

Take one probiotic every morning with breakfast (if you're feeling bloated you can take another probiotic with lunch or dinner).

 

The one that I have been taking and like is from Jarrow Formulas.

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Five years ago I started taking mesalazine to avoid and relieve colitis (the symptoms were awful before!). A little over six months ago, I stopped taking the meds and started taking probiotics instead. As long as I take probiotics every morning, I'm fine! (I had a week-long period where I didn't take them, and I had issues with colitis again.) Bonus: Probiotics don't have negative side effects like mesalazine does.

What do you think?

Karen Atkins
I create music recorded in 432 Herz frequency to enhance health and well-being.
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Karen Atkins
By Karen Atkins
20 - Community Member
1 year ago

I gave a probiotic to my dad for the same thing and it worked like a charm! I use a time release probiotic with chlorophyll and a prebiotic, so it works even better and doesn't need to be refrigerated. He loves that especially for work and travel.

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