samolito9;47226 wrote: Theres another probiotic which i took 3months ago but there was no point back then since i was not following the diet at all i was only taking it. This one per capsule contains 15billion CFU, they are broken down to 5billion Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, 4billion Lactobacillus acidophilus,3billion bidifobacterium bifidum,1billion bifidobacterium breve,1billion bifidobacterium longum, 1 billion lactobacillus bulgaricus. And 300mg of Prebiotics which are broken down into 150mg of Inulin and 150mg of Fructooligosaccharides(FDS), It is written on the packet that it has 6 scientifically proven strains.
So which probiotic should i get this one or the same one i was taking which had 2 billion per capsule and 14 strains?
Regaring Kefir, i can’t find kefir grains. however we have Laban over here which is yoghurt. This is what it contains. Ingredients: natural pasteurized full fat fresh cow milk, lactic culture. Nutrition facts per 100g. Energy:63Kcal Protein 3.2g Fat 3.5g Carbohydrates 4.6g Calcium 118mg. is this good or bad?
Definitely take the 15 billion CFU probiotic and leave the 2 billion one alone. You need more CFU’s so you’ll need to slowly continue adding another 15 billion capsule to your regimen as long as your die-off symptoms are at a minimum.
The problem with commercial yogurts or kefir is that we have no idea how long the fermentation process lasted. I have no idea about the quality of fermentation of the yogurt you described, so all you can do is test it if you want to.