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originally posted by: rickymouse
I have to note also that this article mostly addresses pancreatic cancer, but it could also effect immune suppression against other types of cancer too.
originally posted by: ThatDamnDuckAgain
First, for some that might not know, every simple yoghurt is "probiotic".
You can buy l casei cultures, the most used especially the ones from Japan in whole bags for cheap. Make your own yoghurt in one day with milk. Then thin it down with water or more milk and mix some fresh blended fruit into it, tada; you have a "probiotic" drink that tastes awesome & is healthy.
Having the right bacteria there can help a lot. Eating a lot of sugar attracts and nurtures the wrong bacteria, making one crave the wrong food. Bacteria in our gut manipulate us 24/7. And all bacteria that manipulate us in a good way, are simply probiotic (among other descriptors).
But with everything, the amount makes up the toxicity. It's best to be conscious about what one eats so the feedback between the brain and the stomach works. The craving for certain things then will come from that and just follow "the gut".
Add: That's one reason I try to fast for 12 days once a year, that kills a lot of the bad bacteria, among cleansing. They can't proliferate without any sugar and die off. It takes a week or more to re-establish the gut with slowly starting to eat normal and healthy.
Also I can then smell food sources for kilometers like an ice bear.
originally posted by: JAGStorm
a reply to: rickymouse
I think humans can have too much of a good thing.
For example I read and was told by a doctor that they are still studying the effect of just a liquid diet.
Like people that drink a lot of smoothies. There is something triggered in the brain and all the processes of the body
when you actually chew, that can't be done by just drinking.
I think probiotics must be a long the same line. We know for a fact, for an absolute fact that there are places on earth that people just live longer. Many of those places eat fermented foods that have these bacterias, naturally fermented foods. I think the key must be the chewing, or the addition of other foods, disgestive juices.
They are still studying so much about the microbiome. I absolutely love learning about it. I brought it up a few times in Covid discussions. Many people said bacteria is good, getting sick is good and makes you stronger. That is not necissarily true. Harvard did a study that showed the opposite, similar to what you linked said about lactobaccilus probiotics! We may not know the full scope during our lifetime, but they are working on it.
originally posted by: PapagiorgioCZ
a reply to: rickymouse
tyramine alone shouldnt give you a headache. I used to have them too. Some of them were adenosine crashes from caffeine withdrawal but mostly caused by weak MAO inhibitors preventing tyramine metabolism. It can be as simple as a coffee, tea, or in my case aphrodisiacal, anabolic herbs I was taking along with blue cheese. Mostly Tribulus and Siberian ginseng along with CBD Cannabis making me angry. Add a lack of sleep. Lack of good sleep in a dark...
I'd say try St. John's Wort to boost liver enzymes like cytochrome P450 for mediated synthesis of dopamine from tyramine but this one can erase any drug from your system. A drug you may wanna keep. I think I told you already that I gave SJW tea to my brother once and he almost had a seizure because of that. Then he had some most likely thanks to my CBD. He's on benzo since then. Slowly upping the dose as well as coffee abuse to stay awake. Silly me but the dumb lazy doctor is to blame more. They dont care about patients diet, they dont wait. And they never go back down with the dose.