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Thread: Probiotics in yogurt any good?

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    Probiotics in yogurt any good?

    If you consume a yogurt advertising probiotics would it be a good option to eat? I have access to one with almost no sugar or flavor but has probiotics in them.

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    it is a complete SCAM

    not only does it not do shit for you but it would upset your stomach more. those that have IBS or crohns, or have a flora imbalance will destroy their stomachs more buy consuming that shit

    instead if you want a legit pro biotic you need to buy sach boulardii from your health food store, and it needs to be cold. not that crap from walgreens
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    Although yogurt does have some beneficial probiotics in it, most people don't tolerate dairy products well. Its kind of like doing something positive and negative for your health at the same time.

    Look into non-dairy forms of yogurt like coconut yogurt.

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    I would like to use supps instead of yogurd

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    Sorry yogurt

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    I stick to Yakult

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    If you are unable to digest lactose sugar (present in milk) then you can go for probiotics. It will maintain and keep your gut fine and enhances digestion. Go for it. But don't use it regularly.....If you are a lactose intolerant then go for it regularly.

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    It depends on how sensitive you are to dairy. I would rather supplement but you will be getting some probiotics in with the yogurt.

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    I would rather buy the probiotics separate.

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