Quote from my post. I have no doubt that Able, Raster or one of the other folks would answer you but a quick search would have given you the answer
Here is a quote from Able after I asked basically the same thing.
“The most beneficial way to take probiotics and antifungals is below.
You can take a probiotic 1 hour before your meal or 2 hours afterwards, but no closer.
You can take an antifungal immediately before, during, or after a meal.
You should not take an antifungal within three hours of taking a probiotic including capsules, kefir, yogurt and sauerkraut. I know this sounds difficult, but all you can do is the best you can. We’ve all had to at least try to do this, and there are a few of us here who are proof that it can be done correctly.
When I took probiotics twice a day, I would take one around 11 PM so that there was no problem with taking it on an empty stomach. I would then set my clock for six hours later at 5 AM and take the second probiotic capsule; I would then go back to sleep getting up a few hours later for a shower and breakfast.
You can work it out, just work on your own schedule.”
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