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Based on stool testing, my son needs prebiotics to encourage the obligate anaerobic bacteria in his system. We're currently doing a SWAMI-ed version of SCD. One of the things that SCD doesn't allow is FOS, inulin, chicory, etc. However, SCD specifically says that beta glucan is okay. I cannot find anything anywhere that says whether or not arabinogalactan (Larch) is safe on SCD.

I figure we can start with beta glucan and work our way up to larch, if all goes well. Does anyone who has done SCD and BTD have any helpful hints?

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