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... I think most people with acne are just more prone to being vulnerable to the "P acne" bacteria. Once you are prone to it, it does not go away unless you take steps to keep your skin clear of bacteria and your pores functioning normally. ... (1 replies)
... Yes antibiotics can cause yeast infections.If you must be on an antibiotic use yogurt or acidophilus tablets.The antibiotics you are taking not only kill the bad bacteria but also the good bacteria in your gut.Take care. ... (2 replies)
... Let's get right down to it. In your small intestines you have a bunch of friendly bacteria that cling to the wall doing all kinds of wonderful things for you. ... (4 replies)

... or in bile to take care of for later. ... (429 replies)
... Consider that the bacteria in your gut weigh several pounds, and that there are trillions of them. ... (342 replies)
... A lack of acid in the stomach reduces protein digestion and a more porous gut allows larger undigested food particles to enter the bloodstream. ... (31 replies)
... I don't detoxify through the use of supplements etc and most people don't either. I don't get sick and when I feel a slight symptom coming on...I just take a nap and it's gone. ... (53 replies)
... in the form of honey or a banana when I take them. I tried cutting out all sugars for years and while it may stifle bad bacteria, I believe the lack of FOS's prevented the growth of the good stuff! ... (1 replies)
... Everyone has bacteria as a natural part of our bodies's flora and not everyone has problems with it. ... (429 replies)
... but my copper was 114 and my zinc was 59. Although I didn't test positive for candida, the Doctor said that I had NO beneficial bacteria in my system and the level of "bad" bacteria was a little high. ... (4 replies)
... Try taking a probiotic at opposite times of your buy probiotics at the health food store..They replace the good bacteria in your gut that the antibiotics kill. ... (3 replies)
... this line sums up why probiotics are such debatable subjects 'Taking a pill which only contains several million organisms which may or may not be alive when you take them, which may or may not make it through the stomach acid, which may or may not implant in your gut is not a very safe bet. ... (342 replies)
... ingesting something that actually has chlorine attached to it, we are only increasing our levels to perhaps a toxic amount. After all, it's used to kill bacteria in our drinking water, surely at some amount, it must begin to cause us some damage too. ... (30 replies)
... I take Probiotics, which I think work well at minimizing intestinal distress, among other things. ... (8 replies)
... Why did you balance your hormones? I thought you said acne was 100% caused by diet? There is no way for you to control this so you cannot guarantee you will never have an allergy therefore I would not tempt fate. (53 replies)
... Many people with acne are prescribed antibiotics, which may help destroy the bacteria that breed inside the blocked pores, but they also destroy the healthy bacteria that help support the activity of your intestines. ... (8 replies)
... my advice would be to embark on the diet recommended in this thread and by sweetjade, to control insulin resistance, leaky gut and candiasis, while selecting appropriate supplementation based on the scientific evidence in this thread.. ... (187 replies)
... it IS very important to treat the cause of acne, that is to embark on a long term strategy to clean up your body, but it is equally important to take care of the symptoms of acne. ... (18 replies)
... it IS very important to treat the cause of acne, that is to embark on a long term strategy to clean up your body, but it is equally important to take care of the symptoms of acne. ... (18 replies)
... For the flora issue its good to take an accodopholus to help stimulate good flora. this can also be done by drinking kerfir or eating plain, live yoghurt. ... (11 replies)

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