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15 May 2013


Lynn in Tucson

Will you please let me buy you a drink when you're next in town?


I've taken them on and off for the last few years and definitely see a difference in gut happiness when I'm on them.


I've found this microbiome research to be very interesting, too. I've been taking probiotics every day for about 18 months in the hopes it would help my immune system while working in a 3-6 year old classroom. The jury is still out on that, but I'm pretty sure it saved me from having digestive-related sickness in Peru. Six of the eight people in my group got sick, but I had no problems at all.

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