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I'm not at all sure I spelled that right, so for that I do apologize. :)

Does anyone here take acidopholus?

I went out to dinner with several other people recently and one other woman has a wheat intolerance as I do and she asked me if I take it. I told her I didn't, and the conversation took a turn to something else before I got the chance to ask her about it and I forgot to pull her aside when everyone was leaving to ask her more about it.

Is it a pill? A liquid? Can you buy it at a pharmacy over-the-counter, or is it a prescription?

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Acidopholus is a probiotic - a strain of beneficial bacteria that live in your gut. You can take either just that strain, or probiotic supplements that contain other strains as well. You can get them in pill form, or liquid. Yogurt and kefir contain probiotics as well.


Tiffany aka "Have I Mentioned Chocolate Lately?"

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I take a daily supplement pill of it. I had ti find one that was dairy-free as I'm also dairy-intolerant, so the yogurt wasn't possible for me. I found Kirkman Labs who has allergen- free products. Www. Kirkmanlabs.com

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