Originally Posted by KC Fish
Wow. That's really good news.
I find it really interesting that the more we finally learn about the human body, the more obvious it becomes that bacteria play a huge role in our health and livelihood. Which goes against 100s of years of medical experience. It used to be "Ewww. Kill all bacteria and germs!". Now it's more like "Wait, look at what those bacteria are actually doing! WTF? Maybe those little bugs aren't all bad after all"
I am always looking out for this type of stuff. Took my wife to a Functional medical team last year and one of the first things they put on was a probiotic among a few other natural things no drugs.