Penn Herb Wellness Guide
- Refuel and rehydrate
Replace lost fluids and replenish electrolytes by drinking sports drinks or other rehydration formulas, or eating vegetable soup
- Go with probiotics
Try “beneficial bacteria” supplementation to help with recovery and prevent recurrences; take 500 mg of Saccharomyces boulardii one to four times a day, or 3 billion colony-forming units of probiotic bacteria one to three times a day
- Rely on lactase
If you think you may suffer from lactose intolerance, try a digestive enzymecontaining lactase when drinking or eating milk products
- Make time for a checkup
See your healthcare provider if diarrhea continues for more than a few days or if you experience other abdominal symptoms
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