C diff colitis can easily be prevented by taking probiotics and Saccharomyces boulardii when taking antibiotics.
Learn how to prevent C diff colitis and now, how to eliminate it naturally.
From the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition: Saccharomyces boulardii for Clostridium difficile-Associated Enteropathies in Infants
"These findings suggest that some toxinogenic strains of C. difficile may cause chronic enteropathies without colitis that may be improved by oral administration of S. boulardii."
Suggested supplements to support the body's ability to repair the intestinal damage caused by C diff toxins, the antibiotics and Flagyl:
1. Saccharomyces boulardii: consider taking 2 capsules twice daily with meals. One may open the capsules and sprinkle in juice or food in order to get a child to consume it.
Continue taking Saccharomyces boulardii until the bottle is gone.
At this point, the C diff should be gone.
Make sure to monitor and test for C diff.
2. L Glutamine Powder: consider mixing 1 scoop of L Glutamine Powder in a glass of juice first thing in the morning and drink before a meal. Take another scoop in the evening before bed in a glass of water or juice (preferably not too sweet).
The toxins from C diff have destroyed many enterocytes and they need nutritional support to regenerate.
L Glutamine is the number one fuel for the enterocytes thereby allowing them to repair themselves quickly.
At 200 billion beneficial bacteria in 12 strains, ProBiota 12 is a potent beneficial probiotic which is heavily needed in C diff colitis.
The taste of ProBiota 12 Powder is very palatable and even good.
One may place it directly in the mouth for easy administration.
4. Herbal Melange: this herbal mix has been shown to be quite beneficial for Traveler's Diarrhea and may be beneficial in those with C diff colitis. Consider taking 1 ounce of Herbal Melange twice a day.
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