Comments on “Fecal transplant cure-all: Could someone else’s poop improve your gut health?”

  1. SoTxJoe says:
    07/04/2023 at 6:31 AM

    Oh my gosh, just eat yogurt.

    That looks like smart pills in the cup.
    Doctor: These pills will make you smarter.
    Patient: Yuck! These taste like sh*t.
    Doctor: See? You’re smarter already.

  2. Mark Ward says:
    07/08/2023 at 6:45 AM

    Google any disease, along with the terms “gut bacteria” and you will almost always find a correlation. That means your sickness and your health, in most cases, is caused by the organisms that live in your gut. Let that sink in

    We have been reading for years how curcumin has great health benefits, and I was reading the other day how many of these health benefits from curcumin (as well as many other natural prebiotics) are actually caused by the metabolites excreted by your gut bacteria after they eat/metabolize curcumin and excrete “natural drugs” that fight diseases.

    The factory needs the raw materials coming in the entrance in order to produce the disease fighting drugs coming out of the exit

    Gut bacteria that are not properly fed, will not grow in numbers, and will not produce the natural (side effect free) drugs that keep up healthy.

    Biologists have discovered the specific metabolites produced by your gut bacteria are directly related to specific fiber and prebiotics being fed to your gut bacteria.

    Meaning, the more types of prebiotics you ingest, the more types of diseases fighting metabolites your gut bacteria will produce.

    The moral of the story is, after you seed your gut with a wide range of good bacteria, worry about feeding them what they like to eat, before you worry about eating what you like to eat.


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