I too am one of those J-Pouchers who's just enjoying the ride and enjoying life & trying not to worry about it. Like you, I have had a very easy time since my take-down. I eat whatever I want-for the most part-some foods like really spicy stuff I know I will pay the price for in the form of butt-burn but I still eat it. I have had little to no issues but like you I also worry that may be I should be more careful and proactive in an effort to protect what a blessing I have. I take 1 Phillips Colon Health probiotic daily (before bed) and that's it. Just had my bloodwork done & doc said I'm a little low on Vitamin D so I will start to supplement D & Calcium (they seem to go together). Googled Vitamin D deficiency and was surprised to read that there is a relationship between intestinal surgery & deficiencies. Now it's been 4 years since my take-down & this is the 1st time I've been told anything was "out of whack" so I'm not saying there's a direct correlation but it got me thinking that I probably should be supplementing whatever it is that was absorbed by my colon.