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Re: The lactobacillus probiotic myth busted!
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Re: The lactobacillus probiotic myth busted!

You misunderstood my comment. Since Bacteroides can not live outside the human gut there is no way for a manufacturer to make these. The only way this seems to be possible is to have personalized "poop pills" made from fecal matter from one of your healthy family members. Hence there are no probiotic that can be bought off the shelf that contains Bacteroides.

Here is an example of some of the stuff i have read on this topic: Antibiotics _and_gastroenteritis

Bacteroides, which I spoke of earlier, are one of the most important and most abundant bacteria in the colon and are not present in any probiotic on the market. They simply would never survive more than a few seconds outside the gut in the presence of oxygen. Although Bacteroides can’t be taken in a pill or powder, they can be fed from prebiotic (the food for bacteria) that occurs naturally in healthy foods. - See more at:

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