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Humans evolved with their microbiomes (bacteria in the gut) – like genes, your gut microbes pass from one generation to the next

Terrain Theory- Much more credible then germ theory. The information below is representative of Bechamp’s research. I’m reading the book. It’s tough. But it’s fresh in my mind. As I read the information included below, Bechamp’s theories jumped right out at me.

The above report originated at my censored google blog. At that time I’d put forth my own thinking on the virus ‘controversy’

“And just talk of the spread of viruses and bacteria. My suspicion is the connection is done through the microbiota of people and the planet and everything that lives on it.  Covid, like any other virus, infects the weak. That includes our less then healthy planet and it’s inhabitants. Somehow the microbiome is the source and our microbiota is the mechanism. I‘ve not shored this up, but, think it’s related to terrain theory. Which I came across after pondering the virus/ covid situation for some time. Terrain Theory looks to be more based in reality then the drivel that has been foisted upon us for far too long!

Though this was my thinking from January 2021 it seems to have been on the right track!

Bechampe’s book

Bechamp or Pasteur?: A Lost Chapter in the History of Biology

Oh and Pasteur is clearly a fraudster though definitely a darling of the political elites- Think of Fauci at this time and you’ll ‘get’ the infamy of Pasteur in his day

R. Pearson’s Pasteur, Plagiarist, Imposter, originally published in 1942, serves as the introduction. It details some of the reasons for the rancorous relationship between Louis Pasteur and Antoine Béchamp. Pearson points out many of the problems in Pasteur’s work, and provides details, statistics and evidence to support his case. Some of the frauds which were eventually admitted by the Pasteur Institute are mentioned here.

Consider the reality, the obvious reality, that our microbiome is being damaged by our disgusting western diet/lifestyle. This damage is leaving us sicker. Our increased dis-ease is leaving us all as victims to the depredation (an act of attacking or plundering) of the elite classes.

Humans evolved with their microbiomes and this microbiome pass from generation to generation

When the first humans moved out of Africa, they carried their gut microbes with them. Turns out, these microbes also evolved along with them.

The human gut microbiome is made up of hundreds to thousands of species of bacteria and archaea. Within a given species of microbe, different strains carry different genes that can affect your health and the diseases you’re susceptible to.

There is pronounced variation in the microbial composition and diversity of the gut microbiome between people living in different countries around the world. Although researchers are starting to understand what factors affect microbiome composition, such as diet, there is still limited understanding on why different groups have different strains of the same species of microbes in their guts.

Microbes share evolutionary history with humans (of course they do!)

We hypothesized that as humans fanned out across the globe and diversified genetically, so did the microbial species in their guts. In other words, gut microbes and their human hosts “codiversified” and evolved together – just as human beings diversified so that people in Asia look different from people in Europe, so too did their microbiomes.

Oh, so people are truly different? That is such a non woke statement. Though it’s just stating the obvious.

To assess this, we needed to pair human genome and microbiome data from people around the world. However, data sets that provided both the microbiome data and genome information for individuals were limited when we started this study. Most publicly available data was from North America and Western Europe, and we needed data that was more representative of populations around the world.

So our research team used existing data from Cameroon, South Korea and the United Kingdom, and additionally recruited mothers and their young children in Gabon, Vietnam and Germany. We collected saliva samples from the adults to ascertain their genotype, or genetic characteristics, and fecal samples to sequence the genomes of their gut microbes.

For our analysis, we used data from 839 adults and 386 children. To assess the evolutionary histories of humans and gut microbes, we created phylogenetic trees for each person and as well as for 59 strains of the most commonly shared microbial species.

When we compared the human trees to the microbial trees, we discovered a gradient of how well they matched. Some bacterial trees didn’t match the human trees at all, while some matched very well, indicating that these species codiversified with humans. Some microbial species, in fact, have been along for the evolutionary ride for over hundreds of thousands of years.

The human gut microbiome is made up of hundreds to thousands of species of bacteria and archaea. Within a given species of microbe, different strains carry different genes that can affect your health and the diseases you’re susceptible to.

There is pronounced variation in the microbial composition and diversity of the gut microbiome between people living in different countries around the world. Although researchers are starting to understand what factors affect microbiome composition, such as diet, there is still limited understanding on why different groups have different strains of the same species of microbes in their guts.

Our discovery that gut microbes evolved right along with their human hosts offers another way to view the human gut microbiome. Gut microbes have passed between people over hundreds to thousands of generations, such that as humans changed, so did their gut microbes.

Or as the gut microbes changed the people changed?

As a result, some gut microbes behave as though they are part of the human genome: They are packages of genes that are passed between generations and shared by related individuals. ( Part of Bechampe’s theory)

Of course the idea here is to create personalized, for profit, medicine.

My idea has more to do with eating better quality, nutritious food. Eschew the junk. And nothing lab created. Nothing!

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