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Probiotic Alternatives

Firstly, the probiotics referred to on this site and in the book, The Food Intolerance Bible, are all well researched human strains that have merited the term probiotic. Given the diversity of strains of bacteria within the human microbiome there is sound clinical logic in the rotation of probiotics. In this way, these two products can be used one after the other and in rotation with Lactobacillus GG.

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  1. Lactobacillus Plantarum/Rhamnosus/Salivarius x 100 Capsules

    Lactobacillus Plantarum/Rhamnosus/Salivarius x 100 Capsules

    £31.58

    Contains three particularly hardy strains of the friendly probiotic bacteria lactobacillus. This may be a more appropriate product for individuals who do not derive benefit from less hardy strains of lactobacillus such as acidophilus.* Lyophilized (freeze dried). Learn More
  2. BifidoBiotics with L. sporogenes x 60 Capsules

    BifidoBiotics with L. sporogenes x 60 Capsules

    £25.33

    The bifidobacteria group are the most common probiotics found in the large intestine. They are comparatively delicate however, and their numbers can easily be depleted. Lactobacillus sporogenes is a probiotic strain uniquely “pre-encapsulated” in spores that resist the action of gastric juices. Lyophilized (freeze-dried). Learn More

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