I'm thinking about purchasing Konstantin Monastyrsky's products from his Website (gutsense.org). Monastyrsky wrote "Fiber Menace," which takes to task conventional medicine and gastroenteroligists who routinely recommend fiber as a means of relieving constipation. The book itself is not very balanced and amounts to a polemic against doctors and low-carb advocates (who do not consider the possibility of constipation). However, I do agree with the main points of his argument.After reading the book, I'm convinced that I suffer from "acute disbacteriosis" and need to repopulate my "intestinal garden". Apparently, my gut flora has been decimated and I've been suffering from constipation going on over 12 months (I can't remember when I last had a normal BM).Monastyrsky is selling a product called, AGELESS HYDRO-C, which amounts to an amalgalm of supplements consisting of Vitamin C, calcium, magnesium and potassium. He also sells a probiotic called, AGELESS ENTEROPHILUS, which has 7-8 strains. Both products purportedly address the condition of disbacteriosis by "reinoculating the large intestine with synergistic bacterial strains". Has anyone tried these? How effective are these? Or based on ingredients and strains that are disclosed, how effective do you think they are in treating constipation?