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Reframing your mind to battle depression and CBT
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RE: Reframing your mind to battle depression and CBT
(11-07-2013 09:41 PM)kbell Wrote:  I do take probiotics. Kvass drinks, yogurt and kefirs. I have a longer colon than usual and autoimmune related gut problems. So its a bit more involved. I actually have my 5th colonoscopy coming up in 2 weeks. Nervousness or caffeine (had to use it twice this week) tend to exacerbate it.

A few months ago I did have to take antibiotics for a some cold like sickness which lasted at least a month. Ever since then the gut has been off, where before it was gradually getting better.

kbell, I think you should take VSL3. It's by far the more powerful and effective probiotic available and it can be curative for ulcerative colitis and the like. Look up the very substantial research about it and tell you GI doc to write you a prescription (you can also get it OTC but you will both pay less and get a more concentrated version with a prescription).

I've been taking it every day for about a year mainly preventively (there is some history of colon cancer in my family and the gut has always been my weakest point), and I've observed very significant improvement in my digestion as a result. In fact I just mixed in a sachet into some delicious Seven Stars yogurt for my breakfast.

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11-09-2013 09:54 AM
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