Good Bacteria

May be old news but heard this been discussed on the radio this morning.

Interesting....

http://www.news-medical.net/news/20170110/Appendix-may-serve-as-reservo…

Regards

D

Thanks for posting this

I did not know that but it makes sense

DAILY:  NAC 2400MG , DHEA sublingual , vit D3 , multi vits,./ Three times  a week: B12 injections (Hydroxycobalamin). Deer antler./  Once every few months methyl B12 Methyl injections

very interesting.  it had to be there for a reason.

MS Diagnosed 07/03/05, copaxone Jan 2011 to Jan 2013, started doxy 13/10/12, started roxy 06/11/12, increased doxy 28/11/12. first metro pulse 01/01/13. Tini Dec 2014. Fampyra,B12,Vit C,Vit D3,Vit E,Vit K2, NAC,ALA,AcetylL-Carnitine,Fish oil,

What I would like to know is what stats are there of people who suffer from neurological conditions and have had an appendectomy and their recovery length in fighting their condition and the scale of that condition  .... as I believe that the gut and gut bacteria play a very important role in ones immunity/ immune system and ability to recover 

regards

d

The Greatest Risk of all is Not taking the Risk...

I had mine removed at age 16, now I'm 36. In January 2014 I had some neurologic and lots of other isues. 10 months on CAP and I can say that it helped me a lot but not as much as i would like, my terifying constant syncope/fainting spells every 3-4 months still scare the s#!t out of me, I can say that I noticed a 15-20% improvement so far in the severity of the spells, anyway... I know it's a slow race

I'm wondering if those of us with our appentice removed should take more probiotics Undecided

Diplopia, nystagmus, right facial weaknes, feeling VERY sick and fainting, chronic cough for more than 10 years, heart palpitations, skiped beats, heart area discomfort and pain, weak hands grip, minor pains in body parts, nausea, insomnia and many

You can never take too much good probiotics but as you don't know which type of good bacteria are living in your gut and are benifical to you I would recommend eating lots of prebiotic foods which will encourage the existing good bacteria to grow and won't get killed in the stomachs acids as some probiotics do. It's also cheaper as most probiotics are expensive... hopes that helps 

regards

D

The Greatest Risk of all is Not taking the Risk...

It does helpSmile thanks Darren.

Diplopia, nystagmus, right facial weaknes, feeling VERY sick and fainting, chronic cough for more than 10 years, heart palpitations, skiped beats, heart area discomfort and pain, weak hands grip, minor pains in body parts, nausea, insomnia and many

Hear is a list of some foods rich in prebiotics:

Jicama (yacon), Jerusalem artichoke, and chicory root all contain inulin, a form of prebiotic fiber.

Dandelion greens are leafy green vegetables that are made up of 25% prebiotic fiber.

Allium vegetables such as garlic, onion, leeks, chives, and scallions are great choices. Add them to food raw for the best source of prebiotics.

Whole-grain and sprouted-grain breads

Wheat germ, whole wheat berries

Avocado

Peas

Soybeans

Potato skins

Apple cider vinegar (organic)

Regards

D

The Greatest Risk of all is Not taking the Risk...

MHW

Great information Darren - thank youSmile

Here are a few more prebiotics to enjoy:

Eat prebiotic-rich foods. Add acacia gum, raw chicory and dandelion leaves into salads. Enjoy bananas, Jerusalem artichokes, onions, garlic and leeks daily.