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Re: Lactobacillus rhamnosus to prevent food allergies?
 
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Re: Lactobacillus rhamnosus to prevent food allergies?


Longterm, here are the graphic results of the GI test I had carried out. There is a lot of data supporting these graphical representations. It's mainly for convenience and ease of reference.

//www.curezone.org/upload/_O_P_Forums/Peeling_Lips/S2.jpg

If you notice my diversity is low, fecal secreatory IgA is high and I also was told I have populations of euryarchaeota phylum (methanobrevibacter smithii):

http://classificationofthekingdoms.weebly.com/archeabacteria-examples.html

which does not appear in healthy cohorts (as per the bar graph). My nutritionist thought it necessary to try and eliminate this particular bacteria but without a clear explanation. I don't think she really understands the Science and I don't blame her.

http://www.pnas.org/content/104/25/10643.full

I need more study on this.
 

 
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