NHMike wrote:I took a probiotic on Saturday and one last night. It's possible that these things are great at evacuation as things went really well last night (after running) and this morning (again, after running). My sample size, unfortunately, is very small but I'll continue to take them to see if they're the cause for the improvements last night and this morning.
On probiotics, how often do you typically take them?
Gravelyguy wrote:Glad the neuropathy is doing better. I had no issues this summer but now that it is starting to get colder, the bottoms of my feet tingle a little but no real big deal.
As to probiotics, I take them daily and at higher than maintenance dosage. I read some paper on LARS that theorized that the change in the angles of the colon after resection changed the amount of flora and the type that thrives. My theory is that the probiotic helps keep the kinds of bacteria the gut needs around.
rachelfromnyc wrote:Hi Mike- I take probiotics daily in two doses, morning and evening. I also take digestive enzymes before meals.
CF_69 wrote:I haven’t taken any probiotics but I did start drinking kefir and eating sauerkraut. I think it helped.
CF_69 wrote:I read they were prebiotics and that your body may not actually like probiotics and could attack the bacteria as an invader but of course I do know that everyone reacts differently and there’s a lot of bro science with health supplements too.
Seemed to help.
Atoq wrote:Hi! It is always hard to run after a period of stop. Here it is very icy and I prefer to run outside with my dog while the kids are running indoor. So it is more a matter of balance and trying to see the slippery spots in the darkness.
All the best
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