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Preserve & Restore Loss of Microbiome Diversity is Aggressive Preventative Medicine

SUMMARY:  Aggressive Preventative Medicine means preserving the microbiome you have and restoring any loss incurred.  See how far that thought goes with your doctor!  Diet really does work to alter the microbiome and can help to restore loss of microbiome; for example, fermented kimchi actually positively impacted metabolic syndrome factors including systolic and diastolic blood pressures, percent body fat, fasting glucose, and total cholesterol.  

⇒⇒  This post teaches how to reduce the loss of microbiome diversity and restore such – crowding out concept.

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Recipe: CLA Grassfed SCD Yogurt Benefits, CYTOKINE STUDIES

SUMMARYSCD yogurt is lactose-free due to its processing.  It can be grassfed if you choose to make it using grassfed milk.  You can also use a milk from A2 casein cows to make the casein less inflammatory.  Some use a milk alternative such as goat, coconut, or almond milk.  Last, there is growing concerns about the MAP suriviving dairy processing.  [Grant et al 2017] is study that published Dec, 2017 that raises growing concerns about MAP and  the safety of dairy products.  To ensure 100% kill of MAP, heat the milk to 194F (90C) for 60 seconds according to the author of the study.  The classic SCD yogurt recipe required heating to 180F with a two minute hold.  I’ve revised the recipe to require heating to 194F for two minutes to ensure MAP and other bacteria are killed.  Below the recipe find details for:  MAP implications for SCD yogurt processing temperature, What is the probiotic load of SCD yogurt, what probiotics can be in the starter and Lets talk about milk options, can I reuse my SCD yogurt as starter for another batch, and RECENT STUDIES FINDING PROBIOTIC YOGURT BENEFITS AND IT’S ANTI-INFLAMMATORY IMMUNE MODULATING PROPERTIES!  It is no wonder that SCD yogurt is the foundation of the healing diets: SCD/GAPS and some PALEO camps, if tolerated.

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