Thank goodness a tiny segment of society thinks differently than the rest of us. I mean, really differently. These are the few, the proud, the gifted - who encounter a problem and wholly dedicate themselves to discovering a logical, scientifically supported solution to it.
The miracle age of antibiotics has blessed us with obvious rewards. However, clever little micro-organisms mutate with each dose of countering antibiotic. Increasingly so they develop into deadly “superbugs” – strains that are resistant to antibiotics. That is old news. Here is the New news:
Flora & Fauna
When the "microbiome'' of our mysterious bacterial ecosystem inside the digestive tract loses the proper balance of normal flora and fauna (after an antibiotic series), an invitation to “the beast”
is issued. A nasty, toxic bacterium identified as C. difficile can move in and play Animal House in your system for a very long time (one patient suffered something like 20 episodes of severe diarrhea a day for a year), and can definitely be lethal.
The Thinker: Fortunately, a great thinker among us has proposed and is achieving an astonishing 90% success rate with a delightfully natural yet totally scientific solution. Danish gastroenterologist Dr. Johannes Aas has humbly pioneered the healing art of The Stool Transplant. Once ridiculed by his colleagues, the technique speaks for itself - often generating an instant cure.
1) How does one even think of this in the first place, and
2) What is a probiotic and why should I care
3) Who would be a Donor?
Turns out lots of people think about this topic - well, very generally speaking, that is. Personal observation and a quick Google search leads me to assume it’s a guy thing, and the majority of the more ardent devotees definitely must be Korean.