Discussion in 'The Gut: De Meirleir & Maes; H2S; Leaky Gut' started by JPV, Aug 19, 2015.
Has anybody heard of this before?
Looks promising, at least for those with leaky gut. I don´t know if you would want to do this with a pathogenic bacteria though, I guess it would depend on how virulent it was.
LPS is a super antigen. It can drive someone with a LPS based bacterial infection into septic shock. Blocking LPS will not stop the immune system from fighting a bacterial infection. It will just slow down the severity and speed of the immune response. In anyone with a severe immune response this would be a good thing.
I would like to see human clinical trials if the research keeps showing results.
I was referring to its potential use in ME, rather than in sepsis.
KDM has talked about the potential efficacy of such a approach in Lyme.
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