How probiotics can kill, yes kill

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This is why I’ve been against most probiotics for years…

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How probiotics can kill, yes kill

I was in my local Walgreens the other day and I saw an entire shelf dedicated to all kinds of different probiotic formulations.

It was amazing how many varieties there were on the shelf… And the claims of instant good health to go with them were equally astounding.

Probiotics are commonly called “good” gut bacteria. And they are all the rage right now.

But…

As with many “health” products promoted by big companies, the evidence now shows that commercial probiotics may cause more harm than good.

In some cases, probiotics can even cause cancer treatments to NOT work because of the way they screw up your gut bacteria.

That doesn’t mean that taking care of your gut isn’t important.

In fact, it’s probably one of the most important things you can do.

And I’m going to show you a VERY simple way to do it.

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But what it does mean is that you have to be SMART about how you do it…and that popping probiotic pills is probably not all it’s cracked up to be.
Our guts all have a ton of bacteria in them.

If our guts are healthy, then we are healthy.

Good gut bacteria means lower internal inflammation.

And in turn that means lower risk of diseases such as diabetes, dementia, and heart disease.

There’s a ton of evidence showing that these good gut bacteria strengthen our immune systems and help us have better mental health.

“A growing body of evidence suggests a close link between the host of helpful bacteria that live in the gut and the immune system.”

But… The way to get that good mix of bacteria is probably not by taking over-the-counter probiotics.

They throw the gut’s balance out of kilter.

Probiotics BLOCKED the effectiveness of immunotherapy cancer treatment.

In this study, they showed that probiotics actually worked against some of the most cutting-edge therapies for cancer.

“Probiotics may block cancer patients’ response to immunotherapy, the most cutting-edge treatment for the disease, new research suggests.”

In fact, when melanoma patients were taking probiotic dietary supplements they had a 70% lower success rate with this treatment.

“Melanoma patients taking the dietary supplements are 70% less likely to respond to the life-saving treatment, according to the new study from the research group founded by former Facebook president and Napster co-founder, Sean Parker.”

That’s astounding and absolutely terrible.

And, actually, I’ve been recommending AGAINST probiotic supplements for some time because they create this weird artificial and non-diverse gut environment.

But that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t be taking care of our bellies… We just have to do it in a different way.

There is a better way to achieve good gut health.

What I recommend, and what I’ve recommended for years, is that people eat a lot of fruit in their diets.

Ripe and in-season fruit is best. But if that isn’t available, then cooked frozen fruit also works quite well.

This gives you a diet that is high in fiber and other amazing nutrients that allows your body to create its own healthy gut environment.

“A balanced diet high in fiber and free of probiotics…could make the difference between life and death for cancer patients being treated with immunotherapy…”

I know, right now there is this myth going around that you shouldn’t eat fruit because it’s high in sugar.

But fruit is one of the most protective things you can eat in your diet.

It does an amazingly good job at keeping your gut healthy. And high fruit consumption has been strongly linked with higher life spans.

“Maintaining a healthy diet teaches the immune system what it should and shouldn’t respond to and helps to determine how forceful that response is.”

I recommend that if you want to stay healthy you NEVER take a probiotic supplement and eat loads of fruit instead.

But remember that you need to build up gradually to let your body get used to the new levels of fiber.

The ideal is to aim for between three and seven servings of fruit a day.

Your body will thank you for it.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.

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