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#517305 - 06/17/17 01:27 AM Re: Gut bacteria and AS [Re: Grumpyally]
jay_bharat Offline
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Registered: 12/08/08
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Loc: INDIA, Tamil Nadu
Hi Grumpyally,

Did you try "The Gut Health Protocol". How effective it was.

Jay

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#517595 - 09/10/17 11:37 PM Re: Gut bacteria and AS [Re: drizzit]
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Found this 3 part blog
https://fixyourgut.com/klebsiella-cause-rheumatoid-arthritis-alkalizing-spondylosis-part-1/

Thinking of trying this arabinogalactan prebiotic, supposedly only feeds good bacteria. This and GOS seem to be the safest prebiotics.
https://fixyourgut.com/arabinogalactan-lesser-known-prebiotic-may-help-digestive-health/

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#517680 - 10/03/17 02:08 PM Re: Gut bacteria and AS [Re: drizzit]
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What do you guys think of this idea?
If the klebseilla is living in the small intestine, what if I were to get some enteric coated capsules and fill them with substances that kill bacteria like xylitol, manuka honey, cinnemon oil, etc. Would this make sense?

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#517682 - 10/04/17 12:48 PM Re: Gut bacteria and AS [Re: j87x]
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Hello, j87x:

I think treating SIBO with antibiotics is a better approach, but the enteric coated capsules are a cool idea--You can already obtain enteric-coated oregano oil, but it might open up later than necessary. Another Kp-killer is Tanalbit (tannins)...so acorn flour may be good. There are many possible agents and Mercola likes colloidal silver in combination with antibiotics but in combination with all kinds of things might help--black walnut hulls, wormwood, bitter melon, etc. Good Luck with whatever You try and please let us know if You are able to get hold of enteric-coated capsules that can be filled and resealed.

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