Gut Microbiota

Our gut microbiota is made of tens of trillions of microorganisms. Each of us have 500-1000 species in our digestive tract. That amounts to over 3 million bacterial genes. That means there are 100-150 x more bacterial genes than human genes, weighing between 3-5 lbs. Most of those organisms are specific to each individual, while about a third are common to all of us.

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U.S. Congressional Hearing on Glyphosate

Tuesday, June 14, 2016 Powerpoint Slide Presentations Thierry Vrain 1 Stephanie Seneff 1 Stephanie Seneff 2 Anthony Samsel (pdf) Zen Honeycutt Cynthia Smith Sterling Hill Thierry Vrain 2 Jay Feldman Ben...

At any given time,

only about 100-150 microbes predominate or are active. These organisms help us digest our food, produce vitamins such as vitamin B and K, keep our gut lining intact, and keep our immunity in check. Our bacterial diversity is of primary importance to prevent dysbiosis. Our diversity decreases as we age, but is also highly adaptable to our environment, especially the foods we eat or what toxins we are exposed to.

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BACTERIA, YEAST, FUNGI, PARASITES, VIRUSES (BACTERIA, ARCHAEA, EUKARYOTES-TREE OF LIFE)

MICROBES R/T SPECIFIC DISEASES

ALL MICROBIOMES AND ECOSYSTEM

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An imbalance can lead to bowel disorders, allergies, autoimmune disorders and even obesity. Prebiotic’s, probiotics and fermented foods are significant components to add into the diet to combat dysbiosis and bring balance to gut health and immunity.