~Valhalla Editorial Note
There is good information in the article below, however, the title is somewhat troublesome for us as the real cure would be to eliminate the source of the problem, not simply address symptoms.
Of course though improving gut and intestinal fortitude with probiotics would be an excellent action for anyone seeking better health. Because as we rightly know and Hippocrates wrote, “all dis ease begins in the gut.” Know also, pro-biotics, as good as they are will only work for a time for most people as they are only a fraction of the number, as well as species of bacterium needed in the human digestive tract. It is well confirmed that we need in upwards of 20,-30,000.00 different species of bacterium in our gut to function optimally. And within those 20-30,000,00 the numbers of total bacterium necessary, are staggering. We have, or should have, more bacterial DNA than human cells, around 70-100,000,000,000,000.
That is 100 Trillion.
I will say most all probiotics are also derived from cow intestines, or dairy sources, which of course a very large issue for vegetarians or those whom consume a plant and seed based diet. We need mineral rich soils and non polluted ocean water for sustenance, not animal sources of anything. There are far better choices for probiotics, and not many at all are even speaking about that which is perhaps more important, that is pre-biotics, what the probiotics eat. Or is it the action, or the source of the bacterium that is of most consequence?
And of course none of this occurs without the primary ingredient, Light.
Absolutely necessary as this human species is the bacterium from our soils, and it just is not there anymore; and so those seeking vitality must search for the specific nutrients known to be missing from the area in which they live. We must work for our health as we must appreciate our temples.
Back now to the point of the note which is eliminating the source of the problem that has now created the somewhat new peanut allergy epidemic. Fake oil and toxic vaccines. Sadly all the abhorrent vaccines being foisted on the population, use genetically modified peanut oils as a carrier substance. So the rise of fake oils in toxic vaccines is the problem, not the truly organic peanut.
Monday, August 21, 2017 by: Frances Bloomfield
Probiotics the key to CURING nut allergies for life
(Natural News) Peanut allergies are one of the most common food allergies, and one that children are often unable to grow out of. Though a recent study may be set to change that. Led by allergist and immunologist Professor Mimi Tang, a team of Australian researchers have uncovered a successful treatment for children with peanut allergies. Even more compelling is the fact that the experimental trial was carried out four years ago and yet its effects continue to protect the children from allergic reactions many years later.
The original clinical trial was carried out in 2013 at Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in Melbourne, Victoria. A total of 48 children were enrolled in the trial and were randomly given either a placebo or PPOIT, which stands for “probiotic with peanut oral immunotherapy”. This radical form of treatment was the combination of peanut protein and the probiotic lactobacillus rhamnosus. In lieu of avoiding peanuts in their entirety, Tang designed this based on the idea of reprogramming the immune system response to peanuts into eventual tolerance, the effects of which were further boosted by the presence of probiotics.
This occurred once daily over a period of 18 months. At the end of that stage of the trial, the researchers found that 82 percent of the children who received PPOIT had developed a tolerance to peanuts; by contrast, only four percent of the children from the placebo group had acquired the same tolerance. Following this, the children whom the researchers deemed peanut-tolerant were asked to consume peanuts for about four years after the trial’s conclusion.
During the follow-up, it was discovered that 80 percent of the PPOIT-treated participants continued to eat peanuts and 70 percent remained tolerant to peanuts well after the trial ended.
Tang has called the results, published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, nothing short of “exciting” and “life-changing for the children.” Speaking to the DailyMail.co.uk, Tang commented: “We had children who came into the study allergic to peanuts, having to avoid peanuts in their diet, being very vigilant around that, carrying a lot of anxiety,” she said. “At the end of treatment, and even four years later, many of these children who had benefited from our probiotic peanut therapy could now live like a child who didn’t have peanut allergy.”
“These children had been eating peanut freely in their diet without having to follow any particular program of peanut intake in the years after treatment was completed,” Tang noted before adding: “This is a major step forward in identifying an effective treatment to address the food allergy problem in Western societies.” (Related: Probiotics taken during pregnancy decrease risk of allergies in kids.)
What is lactobacillus rhamnosus?
As a probiotic, lactobacillus rhamnosus is a beneficial type of bacteria typically obtained by eating fermented foods like yogurt. According to LiveStrong.com, probiotics work by releasing certain chemicals when broken down by the body. These chemicals inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, in turn decreasing the risk of disease and infection.
What makes lactobacillus rhamnosus unique is its ability to boost immune system function. Consumption of this probiotic has been connected with increased phagocytic activity in perotineal cells and blood. Phagocytic activity, in turn, is essential to the health of any living organism since weak phagocytic activity will often times result in chronic fungal and bacterial infections.
Numerous studies carried out over the years pointed towards lactobacillus rhamnosus as a powerful combatant against allergies, so it comes as no big surprise that its inclusion in Tang’s treatment increased its efficacy and longevity.
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