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Re: Probiotics and parasites. Wrong?


Thanks for your contribution #15

no offence but that would be too simple IMO,

it sounds like logical but a different kind of logic...not exactly the body ecology/function logic IMO.

"This makes me think that protozoa are the least of the real problem and people are once again mistaking the tip of the iceberg for what looms underneath."

i do respect very much lineup and onwards as contributors but i also try to avoid accepting from the start "axioma" like phrases. that does not decrease my respect for the contributors :). we are all trying to undersatnd what is happening to us THROUGH our expereinces and knowledge right...

"If lineup is correct that protozoa feed on bacteria, and I have no reason to doubt this, then they are just another part of the natural ecosystem." - forced logic IMO.

I believe this information is partially true - I would accept it like this :)for me is more like a nuance than dichotomia...and only for better understanding purpose :)

"some protozoa does feed on some bacteria even good ones" this way i can explain to myself why SIBO sufferers could tolerate acidophilus with no side effects.

 

 
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