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I started my dad on acidopholis a couple of days ago. I was talking with someone at the health food store and she recommended it for my dad. I have taken acidopholis for years and know it works to improve your immune system. My question is...did I jump the gun on this. Is it ok to give it to him when the substance itself is actual live bacteria? I did ask his oncologist yesterday if that was ok and he said yes. I'm also having dad drink green juice everyday, which has cancer fighting properties.

Any advice...?



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There are many different kinds of acidopholis.... some are dried, others are very potent and are kept refridgerated. They are great for gastrointestinal function. I am glad you told your oncologist... if you start with many supplements at large dosages, it may be beneficial to seek the help of an alternative medicine oncologist.

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Yes, probiotics are excellent and can be taken during treatment. You may want to add CoEnzyme Q10 and melatonin. Do a search on these with lung cancer on pubmed.com.

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