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another case study -- early 20's female, anxiety/panic attacks and acne

been on the program 2 or 3 months

both the anxiety and acne are dramatically reduced - at least 90 percent. she's been fighting the stuff for years. never seen her so happy.

she's really thrilled about the acne. she's spent untold thousands of dollars and thousands of hours studying it to try to fix it. several months ago i told her -- when you arrive at complete failure and defeat, come see me, i have something i think will help. she eventually admitted defeat and tried the bug game

she's another example of this -- when medical community says 'we dont know what causes it' -- good chance the cause is bad bug game
 
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I've been eating a banana for breakfast for years. I am surprised at how many are sold locally. Go into any super market and there is an abundant supply available.

i'm a huge morning banana fan. it seems to set the stage for good results. i add a small dose of kefir or drinkable yogurt to it. feels like it 'lines' the digestive system witch a protective coating, starting off the day on a great base
 

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i'm a huge morning banana fan. it seems to set the stage for good results. i add a small dose of kefir or drinkable yogurt to it. feels like it 'lines' the digestive system witch a protective coating, starting off the day on a great base
Like I stated earlier, I use the banana to line my gut from the coffee and now only sometimes the meds. I really had no idea how good it is for me. When it comes to eating, left to my own devices, I don't do well. Luckily for me, my wife does a dinner for me every night.
 

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Like I stated earlier, I use the banana to line my gut from the coffee and now only sometimes the meds. I really had no idea how good it is for me. When it comes to eating, left to my own devices, I don't do well. Luckily for me, my wife does a dinner for me every night.

yes sir. i was just adding on to your assertion. your instinct is right!
 

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prilosec and similar proton-pump inhibitor drugs are lethal to the bugs. the braggs is a form of probiotic...aka bugs

one of my patients used to eat the heartburn dope like candy. she's completely off of them now
I would love to be off them but mine's caused by a hiatal hernia.


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I would love to be off them but mine's caused by a hiatal hernia.


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i would treat them like antibiotics. double or triple the bug game in attempt to offset
 

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Has anyone mentioned trying sour kraut with live "bugs" yet? You can make or purchase some nice tasting varieties now. For me, a forkful (or two) seems to cleanse my mouth.
 

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Has anyone mentioned trying sour kraut with live "bugs" yet? You can make or purchase some nice tasting varieties now. For me, a forkful (or two) seems to cleanse my mouth.

not yet. it is one of bug things that i havent personally used or prescribed - so cant vouch for it in real world application

kumbucha is another one. i drink a litte bit of that every couple of days. it has different bugs than the kefir/yogurt
 

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I tried probiotics for years and most made things worse. Then I read for my issues I needed a soil based probiotic. They were right. it worked great.


study that put avalons spore bugs to the test -- results are strong. researchers comment about leaky gut is a home run. leaky gut/gut problems are the path to many/most of the diseases in the op imo


Results: Data were statistically analyzed using repeated measures ANOVA and a P < 0.05. We found that spore-based probiotic supplementation was associated with a 42% reduction in endotoxin (12.9 ± 3.5 vs 6.1 ± 2.6, P = 0.011) and 24% reduction in triglyceride (212 ± 28 vs 138 ± 12, P = 0.004) in the post-prandial period Placebo subjects presented with a 36% increase in endotoxin (10.3 ± 3.4 vs 15.4 ± 4.1, P = 0.011) and 5% decrease in triglycerides (191 ± 24 vs 186 ± 28, P = 0.004) over the same post-prandial period. We also found that spore-based probiotic supplementation was associated with significant post-prandial reductions in IL-12p70 (24.3 ± 2.2 vs 21.5 ± 1.7, P = 0.017) and IL-1β (1.9 ± 0.2 vs 1.6 ± 0.1, P = 0.020). Compared to placebo post supplementation, probiotic subject had less ghrelin (6.8 ± 0.4 vs 8.3 ± 1.1, P = 0.017) compared to placebo subjects.


Conclusion: The key findings of the present study is that oral spore-based probiotic supplementation reduced symptoms indicative of "leaky gut syndrome".

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Efficacy of Spore Forming Bacilli Supplementation in Patients with Mild to Moderate Elevation of Triglycerides: A 12 week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled Trial​

 
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study that put avalons spore bugs to the test -- results are strong. researchers comment about leaky gut is a home run. leaky gut/gut problems are the path to many/most of the diseases in the op imo


Results: Data were statistically analyzed using repeated measures ANOVA and a P < 0.05. We found that spore-based probiotic supplementation was associated with a 42% reduction in endotoxin (12.9 ± 3.5 vs 6.1 ± 2.6, P = 0.011) and 24% reduction in triglyceride (212 ± 28 vs 138 ± 12, P = 0.004) in the post-prandial period Placebo subjects presented with a 36% increase in endotoxin (10.3 ± 3.4 vs 15.4 ± 4.1, P = 0.011) and 5% decrease in triglycerides (191 ± 24 vs 186 ± 28, P = 0.004) over the same post-prandial period. We also found that spore-based probiotic supplementation was associated with significant post-prandial reductions in IL-12p70 (24.3 ± 2.2 vs 21.5 ± 1.7, P = 0.017) and IL-1β (1.9 ± 0.2 vs 1.6 ± 0.1, P = 0.020). Compared to placebo post supplementation, probiotic subject had less ghrelin (6.8 ± 0.4 vs 8.3 ± 1.1, P = 0.017) compared to placebo subjects.


Conclusion: The key findings of the present study is that oral spore-based probiotic supplementation reduced symptoms indicative of "leaky gut syndrome".

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Efficacy of Spore Forming Bacilli Supplementation in Patients with Mild to Moderate Elevation of Triglycerides: A 12 week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled Trial​

I also have to credit glutamine for stomach repair and berberine and neem to kill stomach bugs.
 

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study that put avalons spore bugs to the test -- results are strong. researchers comment about leaky gut is a home run. leaky gut/gut problems are the path to many/most of the diseases in the op imo


Results: Data were statistically analyzed using repeated measures ANOVA and a P < 0.05. We found that spore-based probiotic supplementation was associated with a 42% reduction in endotoxin (12.9 ± 3.5 vs 6.1 ± 2.6, P = 0.011) and 24% reduction in triglyceride (212 ± 28 vs 138 ± 12, P = 0.004) in the post-prandial period Placebo subjects presented with a 36% increase in endotoxin (10.3 ± 3.4 vs 15.4 ± 4.1, P = 0.011) and 5% decrease in triglycerides (191 ± 24 vs 186 ± 28, P = 0.004) over the same post-prandial period. We also found that spore-based probiotic supplementation was associated with significant post-prandial reductions in IL-12p70 (24.3 ± 2.2 vs 21.5 ± 1.7, P = 0.017) and IL-1β (1.9 ± 0.2 vs 1.6 ± 0.1, P = 0.020). Compared to placebo post supplementation, probiotic subject had less ghrelin (6.8 ± 0.4 vs 8.3 ± 1.1, P = 0.017) compared to placebo subjects.


Conclusion: The key findings of the present study is that oral spore-based probiotic supplementation reduced symptoms indicative of "leaky gut syndrome".

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Efficacy of Spore Forming Bacilli Supplementation in Patients with Mild to Moderate Elevation of Triglycerides: A 12 week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled Trial​

people don't realize that most disease starts in the gut.
 

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I also have to credit glutamine for stomach repair and berberine and neem to kill stomach bugs.

glutamine - me too. and one of my patients. i take berberine too - forgot why....had to look it up again :) like you said, it kills bad bugs
 

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watched a guy on pbs the other day. he says there's an emerging argument that the gut is the brain's boss
 

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glutamine - me too. and one of my patients. i take berberine too - forgot why....had to look it up again :) like you said, it kills bad bugs
berberine also can stabilize blood sugar
 

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Cleveland Sour Kraut with garlic works for me.
 

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After reading through this the other day I was doing a search for yogurts, Next thing I know I am on amazon with a yogurt maker on the way. Pretty easy to make, saves money and seems to be many cultures available.

Here's the cultures I ordered



If you guys tell me they are all shit then I will just buy some stoneybrook yogurt from the store and use that as my starter. Probably should have just done that anyway.

Think I just got a hookup on some goats milk as well. They said they cant sell it but can give it away. Stupid laws.. I told them I bake sourdough bread and dont sell it either but I like to share. Done. :).
 

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After reading through this the other day I was doing a search for yogurts, Next thing I know I am on amazon with a yogurt maker on the way. Pretty easy to make, saves money and seems to be many cultures available.

Here's the cultures I ordered



If you guys tell me they are all shit then I will just buy some stoneybrook yogurt from the store and use that as my starter. Probably should have just done that anyway.

Think I just got a hookup on some goats milk as well. They said they cant sell it but can give it away. Stupid laws.. I told them I bake sourdough bread and dont sell it either but I like to share. Done. :).
let us know how it comes out
 

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After reading through this the other day I was doing a search for yogurts, Next thing I know I am on amazon with a yogurt maker on the way. Pretty easy to make, saves money and seems to be many cultures available.

Here's the cultures I ordered



If you guys tell me they are all shit then I will just buy some stoneybrook yogurt from the store and use that as my starter. Probably should have just done that anyway.

Think I just got a hookup on some goats milk as well. They said they cant sell it but can give it away. Stupid laws.. I told them I bake sourdough bread and dont sell it either but I like to share. Done. :).

there's some good bugs in there. it's missing one of the researched faves -- L. Casei

there's something to be said for quality control when you do it yourself. buying at store is a crapshoot
 

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there's some good bugs in there. it's missing one of the researched faves -- L. Casei

there's something to be said for quality control when you do it yourself. buying at store is a crapshoot
Awesome. Thank you. I will go look for some of those bugs and see if I can add it.

My plan is to make several batches with the different bugs then blend them all to make a starter and use that in future batches
 

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Awesome. Thank you. I will go look for some of those bugs and see if I can add it.

My plan is to make several batches with the different bugs then blend them all to make a starter and use that in future batches

cant wait to see how it turns out
 

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The main problem with the medical industry is that they tend to think that they have it all figured out and are unwilling to even consider anything outside of their orthodoxy.
 

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The main problem with the medical industry is that they tend to think that they have it all figured out and are unwilling to even consider anything outside of their orthodoxy.
Same thing with the liars ! :finished::Grrr::Grrr::Grrr:
 

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That's the potassium content. The average banana has about 400mg of potassium in it.
Potato’s are even better. A small baked potato has about 760mg of potassium in it. For those who want to know. More potassium and less carbohydrate. They aren’t good sliced up in your cereal, though. But, bananas aren’t good fried up in a skillet with onions.
 

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Potato’s are even better. A small baked potato has about 760mg of potassium in it. For those who want to know. More potassium and less carbohydrate. They aren’t good sliced up in your cereal, though. But, bananas aren’t good fried up in a skillet with onions.
Plantains (a banana) is great fried - without onions ! :gracious::chef::chef::chef:
 

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Plantains (a banana) is great fried - without onions ! :gracious::chef::chef::chef:
I bought a small bunch of them once and thought they were awful. Maybe I should have fried them. I should mention my dogs wouldn’t even eat them.
 

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The main problem with the medical industry is that they tend to think that they have it all figured out and are unwilling to even consider anything outside of their orthodoxy.

they know what drugs go with what. they know ZERO about supplements/natural cures -- unless they seek out that info on their own time

looking back, i gave my doc my symptoms -- and it should have been an easy diagnosis and cure with bug game. instead, it pushed drugs on me....and still does.

i dont tell it that i'm curing myself with bugs - i let it think that the drugs are doing it. i'm stockpiling the drugs --- hydroxychloroquine and prednisone. my family will be ready for the next ukraine bioweapon

i'm about 80-90 percent of the way toward curing the incurable. expect to be completely cured within next 6 months
 

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something that i havent promoted hard enough on this thread --- glutamine, a common harmless supplement that millions of people take every day

it gives the bugs the material to build the gut barrier -- the wall that keeps digestive material out of your blood stream (leaky gut) -- leaky gut being the route to the many diseases listed in the op

i mix a half teaspoon of glutamine powder in a little bit of water. take it once in a.m. and once in p.m.
 

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something that i havent promoted hard enough on this thread --- glutamine, a common harmless supplement that millions of people take every day

it gives the bugs the material to build the gut barrier -- the wall that keeps digestive material out of your blood stream (leaky gut) -- leaky gut being the route to the many diseases listed in the op

i mix a half teaspoon of glutamine powder in a little bit of water. take it once in a.m. and once in p.m.
I take it on an empty stomach stomach in the morning. It has helped my gut a lot along with the berberine and soil based probiotics.
 

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Potato’s are even better. A small baked potato has about 760mg of potassium in it. For those who want to know. More potassium and less carbohydrate. They aren’t good sliced up in your cereal, though. But, bananas aren’t good fried up in a skillet with onions.

for bug game -- the small red potatoes are the ticket. sweet potatoes are good too. both of these 'feed the bugs'

if you want maximum health benefit for gut -- cook them, refrigerate them, then eat them as cold as you can tolerate. i nuke mine for a short time, just to knock some of the cold off
 

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Finally got around to making the first batch tonight. I'll post the results in the morning
Nice tangy yogurt. Now you can add blueberries or whatever you want. Well worth the 30 bucks.
So I ran this for 8 1/2 hrs. Maybe try 9 hrs next time to get it a litle thicker but it's pretty good the way it is. Be perfect with some granola and flax seed and maybe a little maple syrup or blueberry/blackberries
 

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Nice tangy yogurt. Now you can add blueberries or whatever you want. Well worth the 30 bucks.
So I ran this for 8 1/2 hrs. Maybe try 9 hrs next time to get it a litle thicker but it's pretty good the way it is. Be perfect with some granola and flax seed and maybe a little maple syrup or blueberry/blackberries

you the man! that's awesome
 

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they know what drugs go with what. they know ZERO about supplements/natural cures -- unless they seek out that info on their own time

looking back, i gave my doc my symptoms -- and it should have been an easy diagnosis and cure with bug game. instead, it pushed drugs on me....and still does.

i dont tell it that i'm curing myself with bugs - i let it think that the drugs are doing it. i'm stockpiling the drugs --- hydroxychloroquine and prednisone. my family will be ready for the next ukraine bioweapon

i'm about 80-90 percent of the way toward curing the incurable. expect to be completely cured within next 6 months
I didn't know that about Glutamine. I thought it was only beneficial for muscle recovery.
 

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for bug game -- the small red potatoes are the ticket. sweet potatoes are good too. both of these 'feed the bugs'

if you want maximum health benefit for gut -- cook them, refrigerate them, then eat them as cold as you can tolerate. i nuke mine for a short time, just to knock some of the cold off
Good to know. I boil a large batch of yellow, red and purple potatoes on Sunday and then I eat them throughout the week with my eggs and onions in the morning.
 

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for bug game -- the small red potatoes are the ticket. sweet potatoes are good too. both of these 'feed the bugs'

if you want maximum health benefit for gut -- cook them, refrigerate them, then eat them as cold as you can tolerate. i nuke mine for a short time, just to knock some of the cold off
Why is it important to eat them cold?
 

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Why is it important to eat them cold?

the cook/cool/eat routine is to maximize resistant starch content

i dont know how much you lose by reheating. i go with lukewarm reheat

High in Resistant Starch​

One of the major benefits of red potatoes and white potatoes is that they're one of a handful of foods that contain resistant starch, which, similar to fiber, is a carbohydrate that your body can't digest. Resistant starch passes through your stomach and small intestine, finally reaching your large intestine where it starts to ferment.

As the resistant starch ferments, it feeds the good bacteria in your gut, which classifies potatoes as a prebiotic food. This process helps the good bacteria multiply so they outnumber the bad bacteria and keep your gut healthy.
 

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I didn't know that about Glutamine. I thought it was only beneficial for muscle recovery.

it's important. i didnt play it up enough in my earlier posts. in all of my research it is easily the most (only?) mentioned supplement/substance that helps the bugs build the gut liner. i look at as an accelerator. bugs and bug food would probably get it done over time, using the glutamine in the foods we eat. adding the extra glut speeds up the gut liner healing process - making sure the liner builders have the material to do their thing
 

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Excellent information EO. Thank you!
 

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