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Poop Transplantation 7 years 2 months ago #1744

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We are familiar with organ transplantation like kidney, heart, limbs etc from healthy individuals to diseased people. But now faeces from healthy individuals are transplanted to diseased people for restoring health. This is known as Faecal Transplantation

In this link gut bacteria , a scientific study showed that poop from a obese human made a mouse to become obese, while from skinny person, mouse became slim.

This is disgusting to hear.But a non-disgusting way of doing this is by eating fermented foods ON A REGULAR BASIS.

In ancient days instead of doing this way, everyday fermented foods were consumed. See this amazing pouring of scientific evidence that diseases like cancer , allergies, intelligence are all influenced by the gut bacteria .

Pro biotics are becoming popular, which is healthy. However, we consider that also not a wholesome method, because it uses only a single defined micro-organism. Traditional fermented involves several hundreds of different strain which is healthier than pro-biotic foods.

more information of traditional fermented foods .

Connection to cow-dung as medicine ?

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Poop Transplantation 3 years 9 months ago #2086

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[url=Breaking paradigms. Intestinal microbiota transplantation: Preliminar report]https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28126184[/url]

Faecal microbiota transplantation has been used for five years in order to treat different diseases in addition to the severe diarrhoea caused by Clostridium difficile1. This paper aims to confirm that intestinal microbiota transplantation succeeds in reducing the negative impact of diseases such as severe diarrhoea, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety, allergies, metabolic syndrome and others and that it is not only indicated for severe diarrhoea caused by C. difficile. This preliminary study included six patients who underwent faecal microbiota transplantation, aged 83, 76, 66, 37 and 36 years (four men and two women). An improvement in symptoms of 70% was observed. The methodology and criteria to be followed with donors are described and the results are listed in three tables. The methodology followed for the microbiota transplant is the same as that reported by other researchers for the treatment of C. difficile diarrhoea and other diseases. The discussion addresses the issues raised in other parts of the world in handling different pathologic entities, as well as genetic advances. The conclusions show encouraging results.

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