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How to stop endotoxins from leaking out of the gut and into the brain and penis

I have written many articles and even some newsletters on the topic of endotoxin.

Endotoxin is a bacteria produced in the gut that can poison any organ in the body.

Bacterial endotoxin is one of the major health threats that we all face every day.

The bacteria which produce endotoxin will always live in our gut – the question is how much will leak from the gut into the rest of the body.

Once endotoxin leaks out of the gut and into the rest of the body…

It triggers the immune system to create massive inflammation.

The result of high endotoxic-inflammation is type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, low testosterone, obesity, and a significant increase in the likelihood of dementia.

And just recently researchers discovered that a rare brain disorder called cavernous angioma is also caused by bacterial endotoxin.

This type of brain tumor which can cause stroke was classified as a genetic disease.

Maybe it should be classified as yet another endotoxin disease.

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The human research was carried out at the University of Chicago. The findings were published in Nature Communications.

The research was investigating the cause of cavernous angioma.

A cavernous angioma is a tumor in the brain. It happens when blood vessels expand and form a a swollen bubble in the blood vessel.

These bubbles can be harmless.

But they may cause symptoms by increasing pressure on the brain’s gray matter. These symptoms include headaches and seizures.

In the worst case the cavernous angioma can burst – leaking blood into the brain (hemorrhage) and causing a stroke.

“Cavernous angiomas are common vascular anomalies causing brain hemorrhage.”

Cavernous angiomas are believed to be genetic.

But some recent animal experiments had found a link between gut bacteria and these tumors in mice.

“Based on mouse studies, roles of gram-negative bacteria and altered intestinal homeostasis have been implicated in cavernous angioma pathogenesis.”

Gram-negative bacteria produce endotoxin – and mice which developed these tumors had more of these bacteria…

So these researchers decided to see if people with cavernous angiomas had anything strange going on in their guts.

They took samples of gut bacteria from people with the condition and analyzed the populations of microorganisms.

The gut bacteria samples were then compared against those of healthy people.

“We assess microbiome differences in human subjects with and without cavernous angioma, and among subjects with different clinical features.”

Sure enough they found that people with these brain tumors had different gut bacteria to healthy folks.

“Relative abundance of distinct bacterial species in cavernous angioma were found.”

The changes in bacteria meant there were more gram-negative bacteria in people with cavernous angioma.

People with this rare “genetic” condition had more endotoxin producing bacteria.

“The differences in bacteria were consistent with the idea that cavernous angioma tumors are driven by endotoxin in humans just as in mice.”

The genetic disease is triggered by increased endotoxin…

—-Important Message About Endotoxins—-

Patching up a leaky gut this way restores good rockiness

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When the gut is leaking out endotoxins all over the body… eventually these toxins get to the penis…

And when they get to the penis, they poison the blood vessels and hurt rockiness.

Fortunately, if you can patch up a leaky gut, you can get the toxins out of the penis and restore erections again pretty quickly.

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It may be true that some people have some genetic susceptibility to this disease – but only when endotoxin is high.

Endotoxin is something which must be kept under control.

There are numerous factors to this – one of the most important is to avoid eating high-fat meals and a high-fat diet in general.

Lots of fat increases endotoxin-producing bacteria.

It also helps endotoxin slip across the gut barrier, where it can damage the rest of the body – including the brain.

The researchers believe that testing gut bacteria could help to diagnose cavernous angioma.

A more beneficial outcome of this research might be to encourage people to lower their endotoxin load!

Why diagnose a disease when you might be able to avoid it entirely?

The authors also state that this is the first time that good bacteria has been implicated in this type of brain disease…

But there is already lots of data showing endotoxin is involved with all types of stroke, as well as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s

…topics I have covered in previous articles and newsletters.

It’s critical to keep control of endotoxin – even in the case of allegedly ”genetic” diseases.


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.
Permissive microbiome characterizes human subjects with a neurovascular disease cavernous angioma