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    Doggiemama
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    Doggiemama wrote: interesting

    http://drhildy.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=jerusalemartichoke&action=display&thread=5

    I assume this applies to the veg as well. I love them, even if they are a bit of an effort to eat.

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    Aren’t you better off sticking to real artichokes and drinking kefir? That post reads like a gimmicky advertisement, and the references don’t suggest overloading on inulin is beneficial. Not all people tolerate it well either, so onions, garlic, asparagus etc might be better sources. Ideally, people would eat a wide range of fibre to cultivate a diverse gut flora.

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    Inulin and FOS is touched on in the protocol forum.

    Leaky gut normally causes inflammation, for this you should build up the intestinal flora by using probiotics as well as prebiotics such as soft fibers like rice bran, oat bran and inulin or FOS.

    Thanks for getting me to look at this, since I suspect leaky gut and am trying to heal it presently with l-glutamine.

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    flailingWcandi wrote: Inulin and FOS is touched on in the protocol forum.

    Leaky gut normally causes inflammation, for this you should build up the intestinal flora by using probiotics as well as prebiotics such as soft fibers like rice bran, oat bran and inulin or FOS.

    Thanks for getting me to look at this, since I suspect leaky gut and am trying to heal it presently with l-glutamine.

    Never thought about this before. That’s great to know.

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