Lol! What a scam.
The America Parasite a video about the American parasite in our food that causes use to crave foods that make us fat. You don't have to buy probiotics, just eat olives, sauerkraut, pickles, or fermented food.
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Lol! What a scam.
I do buy 100% percent that Big Agra has its dirty mitts in everything, they control the messaging in the media, the government by its colossal lobby effort especially in Midwest states like Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and Indiana. They designed the food pyramid and they keep feeding us their addicting poisons(sugar, grains, trans fats, sugar substitutes)
There is always a kernel of truth in everything we encounter. I've watched the video. It isn't nonsense...though it may be a little dramatized.
Is there even any proof "beneficial bacteria"(probiotics) survives in the gut?
This seems to say otherwise, at least in the case of yogurt and these "strains":
Scarce Evidence of Yogurt Lactic Acid Bacteria in Human Feces after Daily Yogurt Consumption by Healthy Volunteers
Probiotics, and its common alternative health buzz "detox", "candida", "toxins", etc seems to set off a particular quackery tone to me every single time.
He who dares not offend cannot be honest.
Okay, the video was super over-dramatic, but Candida is a potential issue people should be aware of and it is real. I don't see what is "nonsense" about it.
Interesting, deserves a bump.
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Some are more acid-resistant than others. I've never even heard of the strains they used in that study. More common probiotic strains are L. acidophilus, L. rhamnosus, B. bifidum, and B. longum. Not to mention if bacteria didn't survive digestion, we wouldn't have so much of it in our colon.
There's a lot of fake science and hype around intestinal permeability and endotoxemia from various health and wellness communities (like the all-encompassing "candida"), but it's legitimate science.
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