I think a lot of people on this forum know that when you take antibiotics, it destroys the intestinal flora.
It is recommended to take perenterol at the same time as the treatment with antibiotics (not to damage the flora too much).
And at the end of the treatment, to take a few weeks of probiotics to remake the entire intestinal flora.
I heard about BACILAC , vs know?
Can we take it instead of perenterol for example?
Can it be taken after treatment with antibiotics to replace the usual probiotics?
Can it be taken both during and after antibiotic treatment?
Thank you in advance…
perenterol does not protect the intestinal flora but protects the internal walls of the intestines. Perenterol is a yeast that will line the inner walls of the intestines.
Bacilac is a probiotic with 5 bacteria (which are part of the intestinal flora) .During a course of antibiotic it is not useful to take Bacilac. The bacteria will be destroyed by the antibiotics. But after the cure, taking Bacilac will help to restore the intestinal flora.
Bacilac also helps fight diarrhea. Really very efficient.
Does bacilac contain traces of milk or lactose?