March 23, 2010
There is no doubt that you've chosen the best product of the two for your unique situation.
You're correct in thinking "more is better" with probiotic bacteria, and research shows especially in a severe inflammatory situation like IBD. Not only does the Critical Colon 80 billion contain 28 billion cultures and 7 strains of lactobacillus - the most prevalent probiotic to be found in the small intestine, but also 52 billion cultures of bifidobacteria, which is supposed to be the most prevalent strain in the large intestine.
I'd like to invite you to join Brenda Watson's Community for free here - http://bit.ly/rXcAmw. Brenda is able to address questions that relate to medical conditions on her Forum, Ask Brenda. You can search years of her answers to other people's posts and also post questions yourself when you click the "Add Topic" button toward the right of the page under General Questions.
January 28, 2013
I've been taking Ultimate Flora Critical Colon 80 Billion to help manage Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), but I just saw a product advertised in Better Nutrition magazine called Ultimate Flora RTS Colon Care 15 Billion that does not need refrigeration. I like the idea of no refrigeration, but I'm wondering which product is better for IBD? I was thinking that "more is better" with probiotic bacteria, but is the 80 Billion the best product choice of the two I mentioned?
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