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 datapunk.net ( 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.)

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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.