First, here are some of the major types of detox products:
Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus casei are popular brands that you will be most familiar with. Some people have had success with Lactobacillus reuteri, a different species that's also a popular brand for children, but the amount of L. reuteri in a bottle may vary, so I recommend reading the label to find out which type is best for you. L. casei is a bacterium that can cause diarrhea if it gets into your system in large amounts. It's best to use probiotics to reduce the risk of L. casei getting into your system. Other probiotics may help, too. My favorite probiotic is one called Clostridium difficile. I have used it for years and have been amazed how many people I see with serious symptoms that were never found to have any sort of real cause. (I have no idea how I knew that.) I also use a variety of vitamins, minerals, and enzymes to help me detox. (I recommend reading my post about detoxing for more information on what I am doing.) The main goal is to get rid of the infection and prevent it from getting into your body again. This is not easy to do, though.