bifidobacterium and cancer

bifidobacterium and cancer

Having had few close shaves myself with cancer & tumor dx's that on further testing has resolved its self.

But as left my lungs scared graumomed up Gut bacteria as been of interest to me EVER since i sterilized my guts via antibiotics.

Gut bacteria can dramatically amplify cancer immunotherapy tumor suppression .

Surly more research should be done as i believe something changes in our bodies making us more prone to cancers.

I believe our guts bowls play a bigger part in our cellular health wellbeing.

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Hi Jeff

I use a product called Biolive. It's a liquid and can be used to repopulate your gut with good bacteria. They also do a product to thin mucous called Breathease which I'm thinking of buying for my husband who has severe emphysema.

Go to your local library and take out or order I contain multitudes by Ed Yong. The Gut by Guilsborough Enders and while your at it The end of illness Dr Agus. Read with a dictionary and an open mind to hand.

Yes, plus a healthy gut flora helps enormously in maintaining a strong immune system to combat day to day bugs.

I'm sure my daily dose of live yogurt and a capsule of probiotic (& I'm not talking about those expensive, waste of money sweet little drinks) is helping me to stay as well as can be.

Perfectly true!! it's amazing what your bioma can do, for instance

nutritionfacts.org/video/mi...

Microbiome: The Inside Story

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How to Develop a Healthy Gut Ecosystem

I'm with you on that one Jeff. I have a bio-live, full-fat plain yoghurt every day. I read recently that more of the good bacteria survive in the stomach if you have bio-live yoghurt than taking them in capsule form. I also have a daily pre-biotic.

Doctors should encourage patients to take probiotics when they give out prescriptions for antibiotics.

I just looked up Bio Live, very interesting. I'll recommend the Infant Goo to my children for their babies.

Luckily it was a good GP over 30 years ago who told me to always use acidophilus with & after antibiotics (wonder what kind of a wreck I'd be if I hadn't listened)!

Which prebiotic do you use please? I'm about to buy Inulin.

I'm getting this one bimuno.com/ Recommended in a recent Michael Moseley programme. I expect they're all very similar.

I've used Jarrow Lactoferrin for a while. It has good reviews. However I'm now going to Google the others mentioned in this thread....

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