Can you drink kefir while on antibiotics?

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Date created: Sat, Feb 20, 2021 12:36 PM
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  • Antibiotic therapy using oral metronidazole or vanomycin was combined with daily kefir consumption. The dosage of antibiotics was gradually reduced and ultimately withdrawn. According to the author of the paper, “All eight successfully resolved their infection and did not experience any further diarrhea after completion of treatment”.

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If you are taking two pills a day, morning and evening, you can try to take kefir in the middle of the day. Consuming probiotics with antibiotics MAY decrease the effectiveness of the medication, the notion being that there’s only so much antibiotics to go around.

She goes on to say, “When the course of antibiotics is finished continue taking the probiotics and eat a GAPS introduction diet. If you eat only (chicken meat stock) for a couple of days along with kefir and yogurt your gut flora will restore itself.” (37:50) These foods are very soothing and nutritious for the digestive system.

Then adding in cultured veggies and kombucha, which are resistant to antibiotics, should make a huge difference in keeping you healthy even if you have to take an antibiotic. This is what I call The Trilogy: Kefir, Kombucha, and Cultured Vegetables. They can really change your life - even when you have to take antibiotics.

Probiotics come in food products, and in supplement form – everything from capsules to powders that can be added to food and drink. "Yogurt and kefir milk and sauerkraut and kimchi and all of ...

Kefir is a natural antibiotic Lactobacillus kefiri, a unique probiotic found in kefir, has been shown to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria such as salmonella, h-pylori and e-coli – helping to restore the balance of good bacteria, reduce inflammation, the symptoms of leaky gut and auto-immune diseases. 5. Kefir is better than supplements

This reality forms a strong theoretical basis for considering kefir during and after any antibiotic regimen. The December 2010 issue of the Journal of Medicinal Foods makes the case for using kefir alongside antibiotics. An antibiotic regimen known as “triple therapy” is commonly employed to eradicate H. pylori in infected patients.

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