Should I stop taking Ultrabiotic while I'm on antibiotics? Also, how long should I take Ultrabiotic for?

Josh Staub -

In some cases, antibiotics are life saving and are needed. However, they are often prescribed in situations where they are not necessary. An abundance of research has pointed to the health consequences of the overuse of antibiotics. Antibiotics not only kill harmful bacteria that deteriorate health but also destroy beneficial bacteria that promote health and wellness. Ultrabiotic contains multiple strains of beneficial bacteria that antibiotics are known to destroy. Taking Ultrabiotic while taking an antibiotic may help mitigate some of the negative consequences of antibiotic use by restoring the population of beneficial bacteria inside the body. 
Guidelines for the optimal dose for probiotic supplements have not been established. Many would likely benefit from taking 1-2 capsules of Ultrabiotic, two times per day while taking an antibiotic. In addition, many will likely benefit from continuing to use Ultrabiotic after the antibiotic regimen is over. After the antibiotic regimen has concluded, Ultrabiotic can be taken at a lower, more general dose, such as 1-2 capsules per day. 



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