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D-lactic Acidosis: Successful Suppression of D-lactate–Producing Lactobacillus by Probiotics


AAP News - Aug 8, 2018
Intestinal microbiota composition in children with short bowel syndrome (SBS) is an important factor influencing the clinical outcome. An increase of D-lactate–producing bacteria can lead to D-lactic acidosis, also referred to as D-lactate ...
 

Probiotic use is a link between brain fogginess, severe bloating


Science Daily - Aug 6, 2018
So if you inadvertently colonize your small bowel with probiotic bacteria, then you have set the stage for potentially developing lactic acidosis and brain fogginess," Rao says. While probiotics can be beneficial in some scenarios, like helping a ...
 

IPA, other experts roundly reject conclusions of 'brain fog' paper


NutraIngredients-usa.com - Aug 13, 2018
So if you inadvertently colonize your small bowel with probiotic bacteria, then you have set the stage for potentially developing lactic acidosis and brain fogginess.”​. "Probiotics should be treated as a drug, not as a food supplement,"​ he concluded.
 

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Nutritional Deficiency Lactic Acidosis


Lactic Acidosis is the most unrecognized, undiagnosed condition in the United States. It causes at least 78 diseases and symptoms. Seventy percent of ...
 

Diabetes IS Lactic Acidosis.


Chronic disease has one mechanism; nutritional deficiency lactic acidosis. This video explains how diabetes has this mechanism. It was well known in the ...
 

Lactic acidosis


A brief tutorial on the mechanism and causes of lactic acidosis.
 

Anxiety and panic attacks are lactic acidosis


The condition of lactic acidosis is the culprit. It was completely figured out by 1959, then swept under the rug by drug-centered medicine. Now, more people ...
 

metformin and lactic acidosis


in this videoclip dr. Pietro Addamo and dr Simona Polemi illustrate metabolic and pathophysiological pathways that lead to lactic acidosis caused by metformin.