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Old 09-04-2019, 02:49 PM
aljhoa aljhoa is offline
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Originally Posted by Danny B View Post
While Hormones and the endocrine system have a great deal of control, there is something else.
If you read Dr. Eric Braverman, "The Edge Effect", you will see that the 4 neurotransmitters have an enormous effect also.


In the recent decade our understanding of the role of the human gut microbiome has been revolutionized by advances in development of molecular methods. Approximately, up to 100 trillion (1014) microorganisms per human body colonize the intestinal tract making an additional acquired organ that provides many vital functions to the host. A healthy gut microbiome can be defined by the presence of the various classes of microbes that enhance metabolism, resistance to infection and inflammation, prevention against cancer and autoimmunity and that positively influence so called brain-gut axis. Diet represents one of the most important driving forces that besides environmental and genetic factors, can define and influence the microbial composition of the gut. Aging process due to different changes in gut physiology (i.e. gastric hypochlorhydria, motility disorders, use of drugs, degenerative changes in enteric nervous system) has a profound effect on the composition, diversity and functional features of gut microbiota.


U R what you ingest and probiotics digest,
not what's administered.


Al
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