Thank you for checking out my video. I'm going to do a video today on dysbiosis. Dysbiosis is a term that was coined by a microbiologist by the name of Dr. Mechnikov probably around the turn of the 20th Century. Dr.
Mechnikov did a huge amount of research at the Louis Pasteur Institute. Quite a famous doctor and also a person who was a big believer in fermented and cultured foods. He was, in fact, so good at his work that he received the Nobel Prize in 1908 for his work with bowel flora, which has greatly led to us understanding how people get well or get sick with different kinds of flora. Dysbiosis was a term used by Dr.
Mechnikov basically in relation to what happens to that digestive flora under the influence of certain things like alcohol, medications and stress. There are different types of dysbiosis, I think there are about three or four kinds, and you can read a lot more about this in Liz Lipski's good book, "Digestive Wellness." One of my favorite authors, a guy I know quite well, Dr. John McKenna, about the stomach, this is quite a good book, too. It was a good book in my early years when I was studying about digestive system problems. Probably one of the more common forms of dysbiosis is "putrefactive dysbiosis," and we see that quite a bit in people who tend to eat too much protein, too many eggs, fish, chicken, even people who eat way too many beans.
Even vegetarians can have putrefactive dysbiosis if their protein intake is much too high. Putrefactive dysbiosis can involve headaches, tiredness, malaise, fatigue, but also brain fog and feeling quite poorly in general. There can often be a production of many different kinds of bacteria, particularly one called bacteroides. And when these are too much, they can actually start reducing the amount of available Vitamin B-12 to the person.
Putrefactive dysbiosis in severe cases with high bacteroides can lead to depression, numbness and tingling in the extremities, swallowing tongue, all sorts of typical signs that we see in B-12 deficiency. These nasty bacteria can also convert bile into a toxic sludge that can predispose you toward bowel cancer, and bowel cancer is associated with high red meat consumption. In England currently, I believe that they recommend no more than 500 grams or one pound of red meat should be consumed in a one-week period, so we know there's a link between high red meat consumption and various forms of cancer. Putrefactive dysbiosis also produces quite offensive flatulence, like really bad. Look at the "fermentation dysbiosis"; this is more to do with Candida. Yeast is quite primitive in different organisms. They consume sugar, ferment them, and then produce alcohol.
This is a process that happens with wine brewing. Large amounts of gas are produced. Fermentation dysbiosis isn't quite as offensive a flatulence as the putrefactive, but it's larger volumes of gas. Lots of farting and bloating. The waistband gets quite tight and you've got to let off, and it can be quite painful. That generally tends to be the fermentation dysbiosis.
The person usually likes sugar like cookies, things like that. Fermentation dysbiosis is probably one of the most common forms of dysbiosis, and you'll find it very common. My father suffered from very bad fermentation dysbiosis. He went to many different doctors and specialists. He spent a fortune on colonoscopies, endoscopies, x-rays, scans; he did everything. I remember as a boy asking him if he was all right, and he would say things like, "These doctors are idiots. They don't know what's wrong with me." I mean but then again, he would eat half a gallon of ice cream in one sitting or 25 cookies or a whole watermelon, and he'd wonder why he was farting like a horse.
He couldn't work it out. When I studied the work by Dr. William Crook, the Candida book, I quickly realized that he had very bad fermentation dysbiosis and a serious yeast infection for many, many years. In fact, it basically killed him in the end because he couldn't stop eating ice cream for lunch every day, and he had a freezer full of all these sweet foods. Another kind of dysbiosis we see is "deficiency dysbiosis," and that comes commonly with antibiotics. Antibiotics are one of the most common causes of yeast infection. They're also found a lot in commercial poultry these days.
So if you're eating commercial chicken or getting antibiotics regularly, you'll have deficiency dysbiosis. We commonly see that in stool tests with very low beneficial bacteria counts. We can also get "sensitive dysbiosis" or people who become very sensitive to certain foods. People prone to allergies, for example. The sensitive dysbiosis types are also written about by Liz Lipski in her wonderful book. These types are more prone to autoimmune disorders, particularly if they've got latent viruses sitting in their body like Epstein Barr viruses or hidden toxins. They have a weak immune system. They have become sensitive to foods.
Throw some antibiotics on top of that, a bit of sugar, too much protein, and you can start seeing you're getting very bad gut function occurring, pushing the person down the track of chronic ill health. That gives you a bit of an inkling into dysbiosis. Have you worked out what type you are? Thanks for tuning in.
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