hiv and poor gut flora

THE HIV / GUT CONNECTION

The HIV patients, according to a report online in Science Translational Medicine, had a markedly different gut microbiome than did the uninfected participants.  Michael Smith of the Gupta Guide

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A team of scientists headed by Dr. Joseph McCune (MD / PhD) of the University of California at San Francisco has discovered a link between HIV that fails to respond to anti-viral medication, and GUT DYSBIOSIS.  Gut Dysbiosis is the overgrowth of pathogenic organisms (Candida / Yeast is one such example) and “bad” bacteria that is related to ANTIBIOTIC USE or Immune System Deficiency.  What was one of their conclusions?  They said that, “harmful species, such as Pseudomonas, Salmonella, Escherichia coli, and Staphylococcus, can cause inflammation“.  And if you do not yet understand INFLAMMATION, it is time you took the 5 minutes it will take to read the link.  As crazy as it sounds, instead of supporting these people with PROBIOTICS and fermented foods, they are talking about treating these people via, “Intestinal Microbiomic Engineering” (GMO).  The bottom line is that GUT HEALTH is so intimately related to overall health (as well as numerous disease processes), that the two cannot be separated.  It only makes sense once you begin to understand how all diseases are INTIMATELY RELATED.

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