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Old 01-28-2010, 06:21 PM
 
Location: South FL
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i do nto get american doctors..in germany almost every doctor ,who prescribes you an antibiotikum (and you hardly get an antibiotikum..not like in usa..only after you were treated homeopatic and did not work)also prescribes you same time something to protect your stomach,colon or advice you on some natural remedies for stomach during the periode...

let you ruin first your flora and then give you advice!!!how stupid is this?????????every idiot doctor should know,that antibiotikum affects the stomach flora..

with yoghurt i would be careful in usa...i saw a documentary,so much chemicals in them...try an organic plain yoghurt,is more expensive,but at least you know,you are not eatung chemicals,artificially flavours..there are suplements also, pills you can buy online or in stores to rebuild teh stomack flora...i would prefer them to yoghurt,teh concentration is higher and it works faster...
Welcome to United States. Where FDA and pharmas are rulers of the country and homeopathic remedies are being laughed at and ridiculed by mainstream medicine. Make sure to never move here.
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Old 01-28-2010, 06:47 PM
 
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i do nto get american doctors..in germany almost every doctor ,who prescribes you an antibiotikum (and you hardly get an antibiotikum..not like in usa..only after you were treated homeopatic and did not work)also prescribes you same time something to protect your stomach,colon or advice you on some natural remedies for stomach during the periode...

let you ruin first your flora and then give you advice!!!how stupid is this?????????every idiot doctor should know,that antibiotikum affects the stomach flora..

with yoghurt i would be careful in usa...i saw a documentary,so much chemicals in them...try an organic plain yoghurt,is more expensive,but at least you know,you are not eatung chemicals,artificially flavours..there are suplements also, pills you can buy online or in stores to rebuild teh stomack flora...i would prefer them to yoghurt,teh concentration is higher and it works faster...
Here, most food has chemicals. You can do everything to reduce the food you eat without the stuff, but eventually, you will have to buy someting with it.

Regarding yogurt, I love the brand Greek Gods. It is made the original way, and only has 3 ingredients. Very high in fat though, and double the cost. I can buy Dannon Natural for 2.50, which is not bad.

I like to limit antibiotics unless there is no other choice.
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Old 01-28-2010, 07:00 PM
 
Location: Neither here nor there
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I have been using homemade kefir. It is EASY to make using Kefir grains [the store bought kefir nor probiotic tabs have the variety of beneficial bacteria and yeast that kefir has]

Oh, yogurt grows mold when it goes bad....
Happy to know there is another home kefir ferment-er on CD. I've been fermenting milk kefir and drinking it daily for about 18 months now.
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Old 01-28-2010, 07:20 PM
 
Location: Santa Cruz, CA
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Here, most food has chemicals. You can do everything to reduce the food you eat without the stuff, but eventually, you will have to buy someting with it.
No you don't.
I don't.

I haven't eaten food with chemicals or additives for over 30 years.
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Old 01-28-2010, 07:59 PM
 
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Happy to know there is another home kefir ferment-er on CD. I've been fermenting milk kefir and drinking it daily for about 18 months now.
We are getting ready to share our first grains! Have a friend who is bringing me a gallong of raw milk and I will give her some grains to start hers. THis is so incredibly easy.
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Old 01-29-2010, 07:54 AM
 
Location: Neither here nor there
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We are getting ready to share our first grains! Have a friend who is bringing me a gallong of raw milk and I will give her some grains to start hers. THis is so incredibly easy.
I just gave away grains for the first time, too. Put out the info on a local call-in radio program. Had to do it twice before I had any takers. The family I gave them to are using them in goat milk and says they are doing great. I ferment mine in ordinary nonfat milk from Walmart.
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Old 01-29-2010, 08:25 AM
 
Location: The 12th State
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im a little confuse from above I take antibiotic Bactrim is yogurt ok or am I hampering the antibiotic?

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Old 01-29-2010, 10:48 AM
 
Location: Santa Cruz, CA
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im a little confuse from above I take antibiotic Bactrim is yogurt ok or am I hampering the antibiotic?

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If you were taking a pro-biotic supplement i'd recommend taking it away from the anti-biotic ... at least an hour and it will not interfere.
After you've finished the course of anti-biotics then i'd start supplementing with a good pro-biotic and continue with that ... well, on into the future.
Yogurt is great (although personally i can't stand dairy products) but there are a number of strains of friendly bacteria that are not in there ... as opposed to a pro-biotic supplement.
This is an excellent and relatively inexpensive brand that i've been using for many years.
http://www.jarrow.com/product/269/Jarro_Dophilus_FOS
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Old 01-29-2010, 11:39 AM
 
Location: Hermeskeil, Germany
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They say that yogurt help control your digestive sysrem and brings back to normal. But to eat alot, I donno. I have always heard a yogurt a day.... DB
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