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A miracle cure, not for the squeamish

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by natasa778, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. natasa778

    natasa778 Senior Member

    London UK
  2. Sparrow

    Sparrow Senior Member

    Love that fecal transplant is starting to develop as a viable treatment strategy. May be helpful for us someday.

    This also caught my eye as particularly interesting for this community:
    "A recent study from a group led by Dr. Stanley Hazen of Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute found that when bacteria in our digestive tracts metabolize a compound called carnitine (abundant in red meat), they make a byproduct called trimethylamine N-oxide, TMAO for short, which is linked to atherosclerosis. The more carnitine we consume, the more these bacteria thrive. Following 4,000 patients over three years, Hazen’s team found that higher blood levels of TMAO were associated with higher risk of death, as well as non-fatal heart attack or stroke."

    I know that a lot of us end up supplementing carnitine to help our mitochondrial function. Good to have a reminder that too much of anything may not be a good thing.
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  3. August59

    August59 Daughters High School Graduation

    Upstate SC, USA
    I wonder if that applies to ALCAR or just carnitine?

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