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A new study found that a healthy gut can lessen the effects of trauma, as reported by Science Daily. Researchers from Stellenbosch University analyzed the relationship of gut microbiome and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). They compared the gut microbiomes of 18 individuals with PTSD to 12 people who also experienced trauma, but did not develop PSTD. They found a combination of three bacteria that were different in people who suffered from PTSD. These were Actinobacteria, Lentisphaerae, and Verrucomicrobia. (Related: Gut health linked to anxiety, depression and autism.)

Results showed that the participants with PTSD had smaller numbers of the three bacteria in contrast to the trauma-exposed participants. In addition, those who experienced trauma when they were a child had lesser levels of two out of the three bacteria, namely Actinobacteria and Verrucomicrobia. These bacteria are known to regulate the immune system.

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16.02 | 17:47

Hei takk for artikkelen. Vi lurer på om du har matoppskrifter for blodtype A.
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01.12 | 14:00

Men dette pleier oppegående personer å kunne finne ut selv.
Et raskt søk på pubmed ga 1653 artikler ang Sulforafan!
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/?term=sulforaphane

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01.12 | 13:55

http://science.naturalnews.com/search.asp

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01.12 | 13:55

Ettersom du er så interessert, så skal jeg gi deg en link med noen studier av Solforafan. Og om du søker opp NRF2, så vil du få mer typtgående i teorien.

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