The Community Microbiome

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Toby Rogers In the medical freedom movement we focus a lot on the wisdom of the body’s innate immune system. But that’s just one (very complicated) piece in a much larger and more interesting system. For the first year of life, infants don’t have much of an immune system. But nature already solved this problem. […]

The Human “Virome”

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Mike Stone … When most people think of “viruses,” they think of invisible floating invaders from outside which find a way to inhabit the body taking over host cells and multiplying out of control until disease occurs. They are under the false assumption that what are referred to as “viruses” do not belong to our […]

Fatty Acids Derived from the Probiotic Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus HA-114 Suppress Age-dependent Neurodegeneration

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Audrey Labarre et al. The human microbiota is believed to influence health. Microbiome dysbiosis may be linked to neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and Huntington’s disease. We report the ability of a probiotic bacterial strain in halting neurode- generation phenotypes. We show that Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus HA-114 is neuroprotective in C. elegans models of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis […]

Dysregulation along the Gut Microbiota-Immune System Axis after Oral Exposure to Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles: A Possible Environmental Factor Promoting Obesity-related Metabolic Disorders

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Bruno Lamas, Lauris Evariste and Eric Houdeau Food additives are one major hallmark of ultra-processed food in the Western-diet, a food habit often associated with metabolic disorders. Among these additives, the whitener and opacifying agent titanium dioxide (TiO2) raises public health issues due to the ability of TiO2 nanoparticles (NPs) to cross biological barriers and accu- […]

Nanoparticles Found in Many Foods Could Wreak Havoc with Your Gut Microbiome

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Rob Verkerk If anyone tried to convince you that size isn’t important, let them know that sometimes it is. Especially when it comes to the size of things we consume or inject into our bodies. Remember the lipid nanoparticles used to carry mRNA “vaccine” cargo into our cells? Well, it turns out that some metal […]

Design of a Weapon: Targeting the Human Microbiome

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Sasha Latypova … I believe the highlighted part above explains the operating principles behind weaponizable synthetic DNA/RNA material which was designed to induce “covid” illness in population via deliberate deployment. … Notice the use of small RNAs, i.e., using inherent RNA instability and propensity to shatter to produce desired harmful cargoes as weaponized payload. Continuing […]