James eats 3 bananas a day as he says it's the only way to stay 'regular'. However he's had worse issues for some time now - diarrhoea/constipation/wind - such that I can't remember how long it's been. Maybe it's always been the same but it seems worse lately. I've been reading that a low carbohydrate/simple sugars/ketogenic diet is helpful for many here, but it will be quite difficult to change his diet over, I'll have to think pretty hard about it and probably do it slowly, much of it is based on convenience and energy levels for both of us. I've just noticed James' probiotics have run out from his medicine caddy, probably been a couple of weeks now. What should I replace it with? Looking on Amazon is so overwhelming, there are some people saying 'don't buy this, buy a 'good quality' probiotic' - what does that even mean? Or people saying you should buy well-known brands which I'm pretty skeptical about! Thinking of trying these Lepicol capsules if we do decide to cut down on the carbs etc but would have to make sure he had plenty of water with it as he does have a habit of just swallowing down his tablets with food or a very small amount of liquid: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lepicol-He...id=1486550741&sr=8-23&keywords=probiotics IBS Might be a relatively expensive option too since it looks like you can take up to 5 capsules at a time. (He finds the liquid fibre type stuff that you mix and drink too nauseating). What probiotic(s) do you take and should it include a prebiotic too?