Study shows -Two types of gut bacteria were found to be especially beneficial!

Overlooking the obvious?    ‘Innocent Bystander’ Comment: 

(Beneficial Gut Bacteria can easily be restored by drinking Raw Unpasteurized Milk Not Fed GMO but Pasture-Raised!)    

Read More: Why Drinking RAW (UNPASTEURIZED) Milk & eating Eggs (from non-GMO feed) & Pastured Animal Protein – Not CAFO – INDUSTRIAL FARMED FOODS – MAKES SENSE!  https://www.linkedin.com/post/edit/why-drinking-raw-unpasteurized-milk-eating-eggs-from-non-gmo-hinkle    Dee Hinkle on LinkedIn Publish date March 2, 2019

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Why not ‘Cut-to-the-Chase’ & just remove the ALLERGY CAUSING UNETHICAL & INHUMANE Processing of Frankenfood! 

#1 Modern Meat & Dairy – Heat altered-destroying the Live Beneficial bacteria  &  Fed with GMO (add in Cortisol) 

#1 Heat altered (Roasted) Peanuts, nuts & seeds (that SOAKING & RINSING the only way to remove the Seed locks & Lectins!

#3 Over-Milling (removal of plant protein) to create Refined Disease-Causing Flour

#4 Over-Diluting the Plant Protein to 1 gram or less) the grain & nut milk -without soaking & SOAKING & RINSING the only way to remove the Seed locks & Lectins!

The Article:  Two types of gut bacteria were found to be especially beneficial!

pastedGraphic.pngBY BAILEY KING   

PhillyVoice Staff

Because of the number of food allergies — and their potentially deadly side effects — researchers have been seeking treatments to reverse them, which has led to the gut microbiome. Some believe this is where food allergies may develop.

A new study published Monday in the journal Nature Medicine out of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital has identified a number of species of bacteria present in the gut of infants that may protect against food allergies.

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According to an announcement about the study, researchers used mice in their preclinical study to determine that the use of an enriched formula containing five or six specific species of bacteria found in the human gut proved successful in preventing or reversing food allergies.

“We’ve identified the microbes that are associated with protection and ones that are associated with food allergies in patients,” said Dr. Lynn Bry, senior author of the study. “If we administer defined consortia representing the protective microbes as a therapeutic, not only can we prevent food allergies from happening, but we can reverse existing food allergies in preclinical models. With these microbes, we are resetting the immune system.”

Study: ‘Bacteriotherapy’ uses gut bacteria to prevent, reverse food allergies

Two types of gut bacteria were found to be especially beneficial

pastedGraphic.pngBY BAILEY KING 

PhillyVoice Staff  https://www.phillyvoice.com/bacteriotherapy-gut-bacteria-microbiome-prevent-reverse-food-allergies/

In addition to the preclinical mice studies, researchers conducted experiments using human infants. The team collected fecal samples from 56 babies who had developed food allergies every four to six months and compared those samples to those of 98 allergy-free infants.

Interestingly, these samples were transplanted into mice that had been exposed to an egg allergy which led to the discovery that mice who received samples from allergy-free infants were more protected from the allergy than those who received allergy samples, researchers said.

They also found two of the five to six species of bacteria to be protective from food allergies in mice, though these findings did not translate to other species.

But researchers did find that these same two bacteria “targeted two important immunological pathways and stimulated specific regulatory T cells, a class of cells that modulate the immune system, changing their profile to promote tolerant responses instead of allergic responses.” These findings held true for the mouse and human trials.

This method, dubbed “bacteriotherapy,” changes how the immune system reacts by broadly treating food allergies, as opposed to desensitizing patients to them, researchers noted.

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BAILEY KING 

PhillyVoice Staff

bailey@phillyvoice.com

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