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People still dont get the fact that you MUST start off with VERY SMALL doses of any new probiotic or supplement that you put into your body. Especially if you have an extremely sensitive gut. Everyone starts popping 1-2 full capsules and then complain that they dont feel well and leave negative reviews on Amazon, etc. sometimes starting with literally a spec of powder from the capsule is necessary I dont know much about the new prescript asst formula but in the past I used the older formula for a while and my bifido and lactobacilli levels shot up. I also know Microbiome labs is doing great research on spore based probiotics and have shown that the product boosts diversity. my diversity has improved after just taking a tiny spec of Megaspore powder every day for 1 month.
I took an entire bottle of Prescript-Assist and just started on another when I began to experience good deal of nausea. I have had severe bouts of stomach upset and nausea which I fear is from the Prescript-Assist (which I have since stopped taking). How long does it take to get this out of my system and is there anything I can do to hurry this along (I have candida and leaky gut and am looking for a better probiotic to assist in my recovery.)
In addition I did not say the first probiotic supplements were started in 1989, I was quoting what someone else had said in the thread, -with-prescript-assist. If you are going to quote me please do it correctly, thank you.
i was searching for problems with prescript assist. I also feel sick after taking them. I stop, then try again. This weekend I felt nausea, diarhea and pain in my gut. They are going in the bin. Is there longterm effects of taking it even a bit. i am worried.
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