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mandi
Wednesday, October 25, 2006, 10:31pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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i'm trying to find a probiotic to use.  i can not afford to buy the eat right products for my husband and i both.  Alot of probiotics use FOS, is this ok for nonnies?  I thought i remembered seeing something on the forum before but could not remember if it was good or bad.
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"fructooligosaccharides" or "FOS". Larch Arabinogalactan would be worth looking into....
try a search to find a supplement containing this herb.
look at "Health Benefits of FOS by R. Crayhon


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If cost is an issue, try eating the ideal food for the good bacteria in your colon as a place to start.

A tablespoon of Ghee on an empty stomach once a day.


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There are forms of stevia that use FOS as a to make it spoonable.  Can be used in your drinks and cooking in place of other sweeteners.  Sandy O
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This A nonsecretor certainly cannot use FOS, but I thought I was the only one.  Take care.  CB.


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There are forms of stevia that use FOS as a to make it spoonable.  Can be used in your drinks and cooking in place of other sweeteners.  Sandy O


Oh! That's the stevia that I bought some time ago but couldn't take the taste. I was wondering why the pairing. Thanks for the info.


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