In this episode, I debunk the myth that probiotics are harmful.
Recently, some thought leaders have been suggesting that lactobacillus probiotics should be avoided in those with SIBO.
But the problem with this take is the research that was favored versus the data that was dismissed...
Tune in to hear more.
How to use probiotics for stomach issues: https://drruscio.com/probiotics-for-stomach/
All about probiotics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7OSa1zh760&t=634s
Probiotics for IBS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jZ80EIgCpU&t=5s
Probiotics for SIBO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKUk5Vc1Lxw&t=1s
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00:26 A myth based on bad science
02:27 What the data ACTUALLY shows
03:59 What data should you trust?
05:34 Keep an eye out for bias
06:22 Data shouldn’t be dismissive
07:17 Probiotics for SIBO: The truth
07:50 Smart doesn’t mean unbiased
08:58 No need to avoid lactobacillus
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