If you read the recent Washington Post article on the subject, you might wonder "should you avoid probiotics if you're taking antibiotics?"
Today I'm going to explain why that isn't the case, by pitting the data from the Washington Post article against the larger body of data that supports the use of probiotics during a course of antibiotics.
Tune in and be sure to tell me what you think!
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01:11 The article’s claim
02:13 The one small study he cited
03:13 What most of the data says
05:01 Evidence hierarchy
07:00 A note about prebiotics
07:44 Healthy people & probiotics
09:20 Be cautious with health news
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