How To Protect Against Antibiotics If you found value, then please share! unknown master, 9-alimenti, formaggi,Taccuino Sanitatis, Casanatense 4182., marked as public domain, more details on Wikimedia Commons Hi,I’m not sure if you’ve taken antibiotics, but you probably still know about them.I finally got myself a two week course of doxycycline and I’ve been wondering if I should prepare for the course in some way. Vitamin K is what Peat recommends, because antibiotics kill off the bacteria that produce it, so I got it, but I’m mainly wondering about how I should keep eating.At the moment I’m eating commercial strawberry jam, I find it to be easy to digest even though it has additives (pectin, potassium sorbate and citric acid), and lactose free milk. I’m not nearly as bloated from the jam than from juices and it keeps me satisfied longer.Do you still think I should try changing the jam to a juice (apple or blackcurrant) and sugar while I’m on the antibiotics? My thinking is that they would hopefully digest better during the course and feed less bacteria than they do now, and less than the jam too.Ray Peat Forum Member RRR, April 4, 2016 Consuming a probiotic yogurt will populate the gut with more benign bacteria. RAY PEAT FORUM MEMBER RRR, APRIL 4, 2016 Last Updated on October 21, 2019 Please Share This You Might Also Like Can You Refrigerate Your Vitamins? March 1, 2020 T3-Laden Ratio Signs January 8, 2020 How To Make Your Own Magnesium Supplement March 1, 2020 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.