Probiotic clears up your good bacteria environment in your gut. The first thing to do after your probiotic use is to repair the epithelial lining of your gut and replenish your good bacteria colony in your gut.
There has been research that has determine gelatin can protect the integrity of the gut and stomach lining. This can help repair the damages that has been done during your three months. Gelatin is not a vegetarian option and one of the more popular items that contain gelatin-rich nutrients include bone broth.
To repair the good bacteria colony, we suggest consuming generous servings of lacto-fermented dairy and cultured vegetables during and after antibiotics whether oral or from an IV treatment. One tablespoon to half a cup of yogurt, kefir, kim-chi, sauerkraut, beet kvaas, etc. two to three times daily is advisable. You can consume a higher grade of probiotic as well.