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Does Bad Gut Bacteria and Cancer have something in Common?

December 22, 2016


Does Bad Gut Bacteria and Cancer have something in Common?

Now, a UCLA study suggests that it could also potentially be used to reduce the risk for some types of cancer.

Here is an article in science daily

The research, published online April 13 in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS ONE, offers evidence that anti-inflammatory “health beneficial” gut bacteria can slow or stop the development of some types of cancer.

Ultimately, doctors might be able to reduce a person’s risk for cancer by analyzing the levels and types of intestinal bacteria in the body, and then prescribing probiotics to replace or bolster the number of bacteria with anti-inflammatory properties, said Robert Schiestl, professor of pathology, environmental health sciences and radiation oncology at UCLA and the study’s senior author.

Over millions of years, gut bacteria have evolved into both good and bad types: The good ones have anti-inflammatory properties and the bad ones promote inflammation. The human body typically contains about 10 trillion bacterial cells, compared with only 1 trillion human cells.

This next comment goes a long why we are talking some much about good gut bacteria, and why you need your family to introduce, homemade kefir, kombucha, homemade fermented sauerkraut, and ferments vegetables to your diet to prevent diseases like cancer.

The problem with the American public they wait until they get the diseases before looking to how to control it or reverse it. Western drugs will never be able to cure cancer, it only adds more inflammation which is the root cause of all degenerative diseases like cancer.

The research is out there how can a medical professional dispute it, it’s their colleagues that are doing the research and putting them in the scientific journals.

Here we have one of the top research schools talking about how good gut bacteria may be the answer to fight cancer, If you know someone that has cancer you need to send them this article because their oncologist is not going to talk about alternative medicine to treat diseases like cancer even though there is plenty of research showing the benefits of probiotics from live raw fermented food helps to fight cancer.

Emily and I have talked to a lot of people that were told by their doctors they had cancer and when asked by us, what type of anti-cancer diet did they put you on, they all came back by saying they didn’t.

Here is more of their research

Schiestl and his colleagues isolated a bacterium called Lactobacillus johnsonii 456, which is the most abundant of the beneficial bacteria, and which has some pretty useful applications outside of medicine. “Since it is a Lactobacillus strain, it makes excellent, kefir, kombucha and sauerkraut.”

In the UCLA study the bacterium reduced gene damage and significantly reduced inflammation — a critical goal because inflammation plays a key role in many diseases, including cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, heart disease, arthritis and lupus, and in the aging process.

Previous research led by Schiestl presented the first evidence of a relationship between intestinal microbiota and the onset of lymphoma, a cancer that originates in the immune system. The new study explains how this microbiota might delay the onset of cancer, and suggests that probiotic supplements could help keep cancer from forming.

“Together, these findings lend credence to the notion that manipulating microbial composition could be used as an effective strategy to prevent or alleviate cancer susceptibility,” the researchers write. “Remarkably, our findings suggest that composition of the gut microbiota influence and alter central carbon metabolism in a genotype independent manner. In the future, it is our hope that the use of probiotics-containing [supplements] would be a potential chemo preventive for normal humans, while the same type of microbiota would decrease tumor incidence in cancer susceptible populations.”

We are not against supplements, we would rather get our probiotics (good gut bacteria) by eating live fermented foods like kefir, fermented vegetables, kombucha. The body is smart when it comes to knowing what is good, it knows the fresh fruits and vegetables toxic free is good, it also knows that live raw fermented foods are better than taking a pill, so why not do it right make your own organic homemade fermented foods.

Emily and I we have kefir, fermented vegetables and kombucha daily.

There is one other thing you need to do if you want to prevent cancer and give your body a chance to fight cancer, give it an abundance of antioxidants by changing the type of water you are drinking, water is the essence of life, it is the number one transport system to get nutrients and enzymes to your trillion plus cells, 75% of your body is water, the water the American public is drinking is toxic you have to be drinking water that is toxic free and has antioxidants go to good information.

Not all water is the same

You also need to understand antibiotic and the medication (drugs) and the pesticides on your foods and the toxic chemicals in bottle water and tap water are all killing your good gut bacteria and if you are not giving your family live raw fermented foods how are you putting the good gut bacteria to kill off the bad gut bacteria, think about that, if you do not take your health in your own hand someone in your family most likely will get some type of cancer.

How does good gut bacteria affect chemo treatments and Radiation?

I for one did not choose to do this so am the wrong person to ask what do you think about chemo treatments, you will get the truth from me, it does not work, your oncologist knows that, ask him.

I found this research kind of interesting from Integrative Oncology Essentials.

A study showed that chemotherapy causes our gut to become leaky, enabling intestinal bacteria to enter the bloodstream and the lymph nodes. Once in the lymph nodes, these bacteria stimulate our immune system and enhance the body’s ability to fight cancer.

These findings are profound, as we did not previous know that the health of our intestinal flora might be an important factor that could tip the balance for patients on whether their cancer treatment is effective or not.

There are many things that negatively impact the health of our gut flora, so it seems quite compelling to do everything we can to maintain these ‘good’ organisms.
Probiotics & Chemo

Chemotherapy attacks cells that divide rapidly. Although this primarily affects cancer cells, healthy human cells, including those in the digestive tract, are also affected. Probiotics (good gut bacteria) boost the levels of beneficial microorganisms in the digestive tract. They help relieve some of the side effects of chemotherapy.

Chemotherapy often damages the cells that line the intestinal tract. The damage causes inflammation, pain and diarrhea, as the intestines no longer absorb nutrients efficiently. Probiotic bacteria help the digestive tract break down food and may also help intestinal cells heal. Researchers reported in a 2009 article in the “Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition,” that probiotics relieved the diarrhea associated with chemotherapy in breast cancer patients.

Probiotic bacteria in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

The Effect of Probiotics for Preventing Radiation-Induced Morphological Changes in Intestinal Mucosa of Rats

Am going to bring this up again no probiotic supplement in a pill form or powder will ever to the place of raw homemade organic fermented foods, like kefir, kombucha, fermented vegetables man cannot mimic what god gave us.

I like putting scientific research to back what I talk about, you can use these to show your doctor and ask him why did you not tell me about this.

NCBI Scientific case study bad cut bacteria and diseases(cancer)

Live science
Is There a Link Between Bad Bacteria and Breast Cancer?


Gut bacteria could help prevent cancer

How Gut Bacteria is Shaking up Science Research

American Institute for Cancer Research
Probiotics for Cancer Prevention?

Bill & Emily Mabry 6A
Wellness Coach/CMHS


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