Like I said, bacteria from Manufactured probiotics and cultured food do not establish in the GI tract.
I totally disagree. SOME, but not all, of the beneficial bacteria in the intestines have been shown to be transient. The bacteria can catch in various areas of the intestines such as the diverticuli, and they are constantly dividing. So even though some of this bacteria is eliminated in the stool there is still going to be bacteria left behind still dividing. If this were not the case then a person who fasts for a week or a month would have an intestine completely devoid of any beneficial bacteria suppressing their immune system, causing constipation, leading to Candida overgrowth, etc. Of course this is not the case because some beneficial bacteria ALWAYS remains in the intestines. Even antibiotic therapy does not wipe out every last trace of the beneficial bacteria. They only reduce the numbers.
This is also why I prefer probiotics as a jump start after antibiotic therapy, but prefer prebiotics for the long term to feed the surviving bacteria and the newly implanted bacteria.
You can totally disagree till the cows come home but that does not change the fact that probiotics either in cultured food or store bought will not implant and will not cure dysbiosis.
And you can claim I am wrong all day long while you patiently wait for the tooth fairy to come leave a quarter under your pillow. But you need to know that the tooth fairy does not exist, and there is no real basis for your claim.
Do you have any clue to how many functions the intestinal flora provide for the body? If the bacteria were not present in the intestines all the time we would be in some serious trouble if we survived at all.
These beneficial effects are part of the real science. So is the fact that the intestines also harbor bad bacteria and other pathogens. Again if it were not for the CONTINUAL presence of these beneficial bacteria these pathogens would do us in if the toxins they help break down don't get us first.
Again according to your hypothesis the intestines would be completely sterile of beneficial bacteria in a short time if someone goes on a fast. Yet this does not happen. So how does your fairytale version of "science" explain this discrepancy? For that matter how do you think babies who are not breast fed survive without any beneficial flora since they don't get any from formula? Why don't you stop and really think about the facts before going off telling other people they are wrong?
I have no idea what you are talking about. I am talking about Human microbiota. You seem to have drifted into some other subject or something. All I ever states was that Probiotics do not establish in the GI tract and that they do not cure. These are facts. If you do not comprehend this then that is your problem.
If you do not know that the fact that the beneficial gut microbiota are also known as flora and thus we are talking about the same thing then you obviously never did your homework. No wonder why you do not understand the facts that not only do they establish in the intestines, but they also perform a number of beneficial effects on the body including helping with healing in large part by reducing pathogens and inflammation. Seems that all of science and everyone who has looked in to it know this fact. But I guess on your planet the flora serve no beneficial purpose. But here on Earth these flora are essential to the health of us humans!!!
You know what you act like you are some type of expert on the flora, or gut microbota as you prefer to call them. Based on your statements though I feel you know nothing about them. So let's see what you really know. Let's skip the whether or not they establish in the intestines for a moment and let's go with the functions of these flora since you claim they do not heal. So why are these bacteria, also known as flora, in the intestines and what are their functions? Let's start by seeing if you can answer these simple questions first.
Are you really that dense! WHy is it so incredibly difficult for you to understand what I am saying. I know the function of Human Microbiota and its role in Maintaining health. I thought the subject was whether Manufactured probiotics establish and whether they cure dysbiosis. This is what we are discusssing. Right!? They do not establish and they do not cure. How can I be more clear. And, yes, I do know a lot about he subject.
Apparently you do not know much of anything about the subject. The functions of the flora have everything to do with their ability to cure. So the fact that you respond with the same garbage instead of real answers shows your ignorance of the subject. And being that you don't understand how they cure, you won't understand how they establish themselves either.
If you really want to convince me that you know even the most basic of information on the subject then you will come back with real answers to my questions instead of egotistical "I am right" responses.