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Why can probiotics cause discomfort? - gut health, bloating, gas, cramping

There is a big reason we are careful to start people on probiotics (of any kind). ⁠
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Dumping reseeding probiotic strains (Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, etc.) can be the equivalent to inflating a balloon that’s already full or like spraying gas on a fire💥. Too many bacteria in the wrong place with a huge variety of stomach issues is NOT a good thing, and it can make things worse. ⁠
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If you are always in pain, bloated, and uncomfortable think about dropping the reseeding probiotic. (I am not saying reseeding probiotics are bad. But for people with stomach issues, reseeding probiotics can make things worse.)⁠
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Aggressive environmental probiotics, like B. subtilis, have been shown to produce nearly 12 strong targeted antibiotics that are potent fighters of opportunistic and harmful bacteria. Guess what happens when fungi, yeasts (candida), and bacteria are rapidly destroyed? Harmful toxins called endotoxins are rapidly released. ⁠
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Steps to Reduce Die-off Symptoms ⁠
1️⃣ Load up on immunoglobulins first⁠
2️⃣ Prioritize sleep 😴⁠
3️⃣ Drink plenty of water 🚰⁠
4️⃣ Sweat 💦⁠
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Typically, when a person has bad gut issues I always suggest starting off with immunoglobulins. Immunoglobulins bind toxins/pathogens. Reducing toxin load before taking probiotics can be very helpful. ⁠
Are probiotics good? Yes. Absolutely. But take them in the right order and at the right time.⁠

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