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Amazon has 60-Count Phillips' Colon Health Daily Probiotic Supplement on sale for $12.12 when you 'clip' the $4 off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks slow12s

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This is basically my first post so hopefully this deal stays good for a bit...Phillips colon health/colonhealth probiotic 60 pills - clip $4 off coupon and use Amazon S&S (subscribe and save) to 5 items to get this for $10.42, otherwise it is $12.12


This is the lowest price I have seen on this product and according to ccc it doesn't generally go this low. It sells for more at all of my local stores and last month I paid almost $6 more on Amazon.

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well... true... but my GI doctor can stick probes up my colon... probing and cutting thing away, if necessary. asl well as sticking a long endoscope into my mouth, all the way down to the bottom of my stomach... (had both procedures done at the same time)

pretty sure my nutritionist is not allowed to do that? Smilie
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umm. because this has nothing to do with fiber?
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surprised this isn't getting some traction...this is almost half the price what I have paid in the past
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surprised this isn't getting some traction...this is almost half the price what I have paid in the past
just had my colonoscopy... fun! (not Frown )

my GI doctor said it's better to drink probiotic drinks or eat yogurts. Smilie (but she said these tablet supplements should be fine for people who don't like the tasty probiotic drinks)
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I take it your GI doctor is not a nutritionist. good nutritionist > GI doctor on nutrition (probiotics).
well... true... but my GI doctor can stick probes up my colon... probing and cutting thing away, if necessary. asl well as sticking a long endoscope into my mouth, all the way down to the bottom of my stomach... (had both procedures done at the same time)

pretty sure my nutritionist is not allowed to do that? Smilie
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I take it your GI doctor is not a nutritionist. good nutritionist > GI doctor on nutrition (probiotics).
Okay so what's better? This or the yogurt things?
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Okay so what's better? This or the yogurt things?
Refrigerated products are the best. Yogurt,etc. Bc it helps preserve the good bacteria.
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This probiotic only has 1.5 billion cells of three strains. Compare to this probiotic that has 100 billion of 10 strains. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...UTF8&psc=1
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Never eat this before but willing to try it! Thanks.
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very low low count
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Why does one need this? how can all these pills and supplements be better than the basics?
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The best way to add fiber into your diet is through fiber-rich fruits and vegetables, such as raspberries, pears, apples, bananas, oranges, cooked artichoke, peas, broccoli and corn. Whole grains and legumes are alsogood sources of fiber. Fiber aids colon health by helping to keep you regular and prevent constipation
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