i may have missed discussions on this, but does anyone know of research that shows that bifidus enemas are beneficial in terms of implanting good bacteria in the large intestine? does it make it up to the small intestine? whats the word on oral good bacteria supplements. i take them religuosly everday and my second great smokies cdsa test ( i took a second one 3 months after my first)showed a huge increase in lactobacillus and bifidus from 1+ to 4+ on each. could this just have been due to my taking anti yeast medication?or was the oral supplement "getting in"?
Re: bifidus implantation
Posted by Walt Stoll on December 12, 1998 at 11:03:55:
In Reply to: bifidus implantation posted by tk on December 11, 1998 at 10:34:18:
Supplementation from either end will work.
However, the benefits will be temporary so long as the reasons the bacteria got out of whack in the first place are not addressed. Just getting them growing will not do the trick since they were growing before they were not.
Is this making sense?