cervocuit wrote:A documentary on canadian TV
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Conclusions: Preliminary findings indicate that in very early pediatric MS, gut microbiome composition is significantly altered, with enrichment for microbiota known to be associated with gastrointestinal infectious processes.
This all sounds like new stuff, however, I just accidentally came across a medication of similar concept, that has been made since 1917! and is still made/available today http://mutaflor.com.au. Mutaflor. It appears to only be a single strain of bacteria now, but was originally "manufactured" from the German WW1 troops poop.NHE wrote:Pills made from poop cure serious gut infections
By Marilynn Marchione, The Associated Press, 10/3/2013
It’s a gross topic, but a serious problem. Half a million Americans get Clostridium difficile, or C-diff, infections each year, and about 14,000 die. But now there is a pill full of clean microbes that doesn’t smell and can replace an invasive procedure
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