I was just reading /www.jonbarron.org/probiotics/do-you-need-take-probiotics
and saw this in the Comments section:Submitted by Melanie on September 13, 2015 - 8:52pm
I find taking probiotics aggregates SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth)any advice on type of Probiotics that don't feed the methane or Hydrogen loving microbes ?Submitted by Jon Barron on September 13, 2015 - 9:47pm
SIBO is, by definition, a form of dysbiosis—an overgrowth of bacteria where they don’t belong. In this case, we’re talking about
an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine. In a healthy small intestine, you will have beneficial bacteria, just in much smaller numbers and different strains than will be found in the large intestine. With SIBO you have overgrowth, and even if those are beneficial bacteria, an overgrowth is an overgrowth—it’s dysbiosis. The trick in dealing with SIBO is use herbs to help bring down the overgrowth, and then use probiotics—in very small amounts—to slowly but methodically rebalance the small intestine with the right strains and the right numbers. Work with an alternative health practitioner.
What do you think using herbs and SMALL AMOUNTS of probiotics?