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Re: Gut Flora?????
grzbear Views: 11,097
Published: 12 years ago
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Re: Gut Flora?????

The issue you refer too... microflora unable to permanently colonize the gut, is a reflection on the very SAD state of our food and environment.

We can resolve those things within our power by choosing wisely what we would eat and drink... and by choosing not to purchase ANY chemicals or pharmaceutical drugs, etc.

Another thing to consider, is that many of these microorganisms confuse researchers as they can, and do change expression... and some say that they change state (pleomorphism)... and even though they may not be found to colonize, can help your own gut flora recover by taking much of the load off of them - if only for a time.

You can do research on a particular microflora species and learn that "strains" of a particular "species" can have different functions... "strains" being expressions that reflect different environments.



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