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Re: Rejuvelac, probiotic pills

 Thanks for the info on DE! I have osteoporosis, so this should help, right?

Correct.  Here is more on the benefits of silica:

Don't forget that vitamin C sources are also required for collagen formation to treat osteoporosis.

How much do I take a day and how much water do i use?

Silica is poorly absorbed so taking even a capsule of it will end up with waste.  So I recommend keeping it in a large container of water and letting it settle out.  The water will dissolve a little of the silica forming orthosilicic acid, which is what he body uses.  Just leave the silica in the container and when you add more water more silica will be dissolved.  This way you also absorb a little silica each time you take a drink of water:

When is a good time to take it?

By adding it to your water you will be drinking it throughout the day in its absorbable form.

WOuld it contribute to constipation at all?


Can probiotics pills contribute to SIBO? There is controversy on this and I want the view from an expert (you, Hv!). :-)

Answered this here:

Also, have u heard of making Rejuvelac? Is this beneficial? Here is the website:

Yes, rejuvelac is beneficial due to it being a cultured food.  Here are some old posts on it:

What strains of probiotics would this create?

Primarily Lactobacillus species.

Donna Gates (of Body Ecology Diet fame) says to avoid this, for it grows "wild cultures" that can be harmful. Is this true? Thanks!

"Wild cultures" is really vague.  Technically any bacteria in your intestines can be considered "wild cultures" as they are all introduced to the intestines.  The intestines are sterile prior to birth.  Cultured foods promote the growth of the beneficial bacteria in the intestines though, meaning the cultured foods themselves are beneficial.


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