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    Recently, new Crohn’s research uncovered a connection to an overgrowth of fungus and microbes in biofilm in the gut as a cause of the painful gut ulcerations in these patients. Now, more research has uncovered a gut microbe and pesticide connection to Parkinson’s and that antibiotic-treated mice seem to respond positively.

    With the exponential increase of autoimmune cases the west is now experiencing, what is the betting that the pesticides that slather our genetically-modified fruits and veggies are not only harming bee colonies and controlling pesky bugs on crops, but also significantly altering our gut microbiomes?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3992234/Parkinson-s-start-GUT-not-brain-Study-finds-link-disease-gut-microbes.html

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