Kefir is a supremely healthy fermented beverage containing a diverse range of quantity probiotic microbes. Reid describes how to make alive homemade kefir and how to drink it to minimize a worsening of symptoms due to a Herxheimer Reaction.
The New Yorker magazine mixed up the difference between prebiotics and probiotics.
Reid will drink a lot of kefir to ignite a revolutionary change within his gut, in order to help him create the change he hopes to see in the world someday.
The IBD Healing Journey is like a game of Tetris because before you can fit that long straight block in the perfect spot for a big score, you need another shape to clear rows above. The trick is to find treatments that can give you access to the deeper level empty healing spaces that need to be filled.
You’ve probably heard about probiotics and seen it advertised on TV. The health benefits, especially for those with digestive conditions can be dramatic. A great way to get probiotics is through yogurt and Reid explains how to make your own at home.
Reid asks those in the US to call their representatives to express their concerns about the FDA’s updated New Dietary Ingredient guidelines, which could potentially limit access to supplements, especially those like proboitics used in the treatment of devastating digestive conditions.
Reid talks about his early results with Kefir, an intense probiotic compared to what he’s had before. Also discusses how probiotics and Helminths seem to create the same flu-like symptoms.
Reid talks about the incredible improvements the probiotic mega-loading strategy has had.
Reid B. Kimball gives an update for the status of his health regarding Crohn’s disease and outlines his daily health regimen.