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Gut Bacteria and Obesity

• arclein
Keeping both sets of mice in the same cage kept them both lean if they were fed a low-fat, high-fibre diet. Mice are coprophagic, meaning they eat each other's droppings, and the lean twin's bacteria were passed into the mice which started with bacteria that should have made them obese.

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Comment by Ed Price
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Personally, I believe that almost all ailments come about because of some form of parasite, be it a real parasite, or a virus, or a bacteria. Google "Hulda Clark." Seems that Jim Humble of MMS fame is coming to similar conclusions as Dr. Clark.