PROBIOTICS – 50 billion once A DAY OR 25 billion twice a day BETTER?

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    eskimo_pup
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    I’m getting some probiotic, my next brand has 25 billion and 50 billion.

    I’m currently taking megaflora once a day on an empty stomach.

    My question is should i get the 50 billion count and take it once a day or is there a benefit to getting the 25 billion count and taking a split dose twice a day?

    Thank you.

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    moochpb
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    Are you using antifungals? I’d split them up and use at least two hours apart from your fungals if your using ones that also kill good flora

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    raster
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    I say split them up and try to work your way up to 3 a day.

    -raster

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    lisaG33
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    Which anti fungal supplements are safe to take with probiotics I’m currently taking caprplic acid

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    Gatsuri
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    I would not say there is a significant difference between the two approaches, would rather suggest probiotics out of food though has a lot higher probiotic count than supplement form (raw yoghurt, kefir, etc.) and combine that with an antifungal when eating so the candida can’t get to it as easily.

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    Wiley200
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    I would say probiotics twice a day is better than once a day. Especially if you take them around meal times to optimize the number of bacteria that make it to the gut.

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