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When Stomach Flu Strikes, Work With, Not Against, Body's Natural Defenses
Date:5/13/2009

="Florastor">Florastor, can modify the inflammation and secretion of the gut, neutralize toxins and decrease various pathogens' ability to attach to the wall of the intestine. "For someone suffering from diarrhea due to gastroenteritis, Florastor can help restore normal bowel function."
  • Pay careful attention to staying hydrated while the illness takes its course, and if the symptoms persist for more than three or four days or are associated with high fever, abdominal pain, or blood in the stool, see a doctor because the condition may require antibiotic treatment.

  • Florastor is available in bottles of 10 capsules for a suggested price of $10.95, 50 capsules for a suggested price of $43.95, or a 20-capsule blister pack for a suggested price of $21.95. Visit www.florastor.com to find out where to purchase Florastor in your area and www.sboulardii.com for clinical studies.

    (1). A 1990 study published in the German medical journal Müncher Medizinische Wochenschrift found S. boulardii to be effective in treating acute diarrhea in adults. The patients took four capsules containing 50 mg of S. boulardii three times a day for two days and followed with two capsules three times a day for five days. The study found a significant reduction in the group treated with S. boulardii versus those treated with the placebo.

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