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This really pisses me off, and NO, I will not apologize for the language! For decades this "alternative" therapy was classified as quackery, dangerous, irresponsible, anti-science, woo-woo medicine, etc. But now that these mainstream A*Holes have run out of options and are basically committing bio-piracy with regards to discoveries made by natural medicine practitioners decades ago, now it is termed as "landmark" research. This is but one in a string of well-known natural treatment regimes that mainstream medicine now claims for itself without recognizing the hypocrisy of their actions. I suppose the lure of potential profits overshadows all.



Intestinal bacteria alter gut and brain function
Research from McMaster University has found that bacteria in the gut impacts both intestinal and behavioural symptoms in patients suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a finding which could lead to new microbiota-directed treatments.





May 20 at 1:03am 2016 

One of the reasons why some doctors prescribe probiotics with antibiotics, and those that don't, should.



Mouse study finds link between gut bacteria and neurogenesis
Antibiotics strong enough to kill off gut bacteria can also stop the growth of new brain cells in the hippocampus, a section of the brain associated with memory, reports a…





Just as the over use of antibiotics had become problematic in creating bacteria immune to it, so it seems to be happening with a specific antimicrobial substance, triclosan, we find in common products we use every day. Only now are we starting to understand how intricate and important all those "bugs" inside us can be. thttp://medicalxpress.com/news/2016-05-common-antimicrobial-agent-triclosan-rapidly.html

Common antimicrobial agent triclosan rapidly disrupts gut bacteria
A new study suggests that triclosan, an antimicrobial and antifungal agent found in many consumer products ranging from hand soaps to toys and even toothpaste, can…


May 9 at 8:39pm · 

"Deficits in the gut flora, deficits in the diet or deficits in the ability to uptake these products from the gut flora or transport them from the gut—any of these may lead to deficits that contribute to disease progression," said Quintana. This is at least the tenth peer reviewed study published within the last 12 months that confirms that the health of the gut, and ANYTHING that negatively affects the gut, has an effect on the development and/or functioning of the brain and nervous system. Despite this irrevocable, peer reviewed and repeatable proof, I still find pharmaceutical and medical professionals as well as politicians in charge of health care that dispute this, chanting the mantra "The science is settled". The only thing that is settled is that it will impact negatively on their profits if this is accepted as fact.



Exploring the gut-brain connection for insights into multiple sclerosis
New research by investigators at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) suggests that bacteria living in the gut may remotely influence the activity of cells in the brain that…
















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