Tag: bacteria

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Gut bacteria causes rheumatoid arthritis (RA)…and likely all other “autoimmune” conditions

After decades of fraudulent theories on the origins and development of RA, the study below seems to…

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Niacin / niacinamide ratio may be a very good test for bacterial infection

A very interesting study, which may provide a cheap, fast and easy method for testing whether a…

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PUFA metabolites may drive bacterial infections and their resistance to antibiotics

The study below demonstrates yet again that there is hardly an aspect of human health that PUFA…

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Bacteria in colon (microbiome) more exception than rule in nature

One of the criticisms against Peat’s views that I most commonly hear is that his ideas on…

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Pregnenolone may be a potent antibiotic, even for lethal infections

This is an old case study, reporting dramatic results from treatment with high doses pregnenolone (acetate ester)…

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Emulsifiers found in most commercial foods cause brain tumors, hemorrhage, and stroke

A really interesting study that demonstrates how emulsifiers considered “benign” by the FDA/USDA and present in virtually…

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All gut bacteria is dangerous, their endotoxin drives liver cancer; antibiotics can cure.

As Peat has written many times, there is truly no such thing as “beneficial” gut bacteria as…