Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Gondwanaland, Sep 2, 2017.
@Gondwanaland Thanks for posting. Although there are no official forum rules about it (that I'm aware of), generally speaking we tend to only quote the first couple of paragraphs so that those interested will click through and "give" the hosting website more traffic, rather than quoting the whole article.
I fixed that, thanks for the heads up
@Gondwanaland The paper linked to at the end of the article has some interesting things to say about autoimmunity.
Protective major histocompatibility complex allele prevents type 1 diabetes by shaping the intestinal microbiota early in ontogeny
I am so glad to have found a study on it becausue it is blatant
thanks for this... very interesting..
I'm curious about the inflammation of the pancreas.. I wonder what caused this, or where it falls in the chain of events (eg, does a dysfunction microbiome have a big & negative impact on health of pancreas??)... It's probably not that simple, but I'd love to understand the relationship better... Taking Wobenzym (and similar products that contain pancreatic enzymes) has been in top 3-5 positive impacts in my health... (greatly reduces pain, stiffness... cognition is better b/c proteolytic enzymes help break up all the pain/pressure in my sinuses... big improvement on QOL)
Monash University was also reporting recently that their study found that resistant starch helps prevent type 1 Diabetes in altering the bowel microbiome.
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