CFS has no Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium or E.Coli -- How does this impact the body?

Blog entry posted by Lassesen, Oct 8, 2017.

SIBO and CFS/FM/IBS constantly shows a pattern of low or no Bifidobacterium, Lactobacillus and E.Coli. This was first reported in 1998 at a conference in Australia. With these bacteria missing — how does it impact items like amino acids etc…

This is a technical post attempting to illustrate why things go wrong when they are missing — and why their absence leads to various supplements being needed (causation!)

All data is from ( Peter D’Adamo, currently a Distinguished Professor of Health Sciences at the University of Bridgeport, where he direct the Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine.)


ENDPRODUCTS For Bifidobacterium Genus

Bottom Line
This is likely far above most readers brain-fog levels, but I believe it does illustrate that it is not just some inconsequential bacteria that you are missing. These three groups impact a lot of stuff and missing end products cascade across the body’s system.

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  1. WendyM
    What an excellent and informative post. Thank you Lassesen. I had no idea of the impact of low gut microbes.