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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Survey: Probiotics - bacterial and/or yeast?

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With articles such as the above mentioned, it appears that greater deal of attention and importance is given to the use and the research of probiotics. As Dr. Robin Lachmann, MD, tells us in his webinar,

"We can intervene again to try to change the balance of the bacteria in the gut away from those that produce TMA with hopefully the bacteria that don’t. This is where the role of probiotics comes in, with probiotic bacteria preparations, like Bifidobacterium, acidopholus, lactobacillus, and we know that they don’t produce TMA, so at this point after the antibiotics, when we have a gap in the gut flora, we get people to actually take probiotics, and then those probiotics will quickly fill up that space that we’ve made. Once the glass [gut] is full again, there isn’t room for the other bacteria to divide so quickly with luck, we’ll be able to get a long-lasting alteration in the gut flora so that there are fewer of the TMA-producing bacteria. And if at the same time you are following a diet that is low in choline, you are feeding them less choline, and these two approaches, the diet and probiotics, will work together to bring down the levels of TMA, or at least we hope that they will."
http://www.meboblog.com/2012/11/webinar-transcription-of-dr-lachmanns.html (17:12)

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