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Coronavirus and Prevotella bacteria
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03/10/2020 01:02 AM
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I had a gut feeling
This suggests that co-v has integrated into the prevotella bacteria
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" Anti-virals neeed to be supplemented with anti-bacterial agents to treat this" disease. [link to www.researchgate.net (secure)]
"The 2019 Wuhan outbreak could be caused by the bacteria Prevotella, which is aided by the coronavirus - Prevotella is present (sometimes in huge amounts) in patients from two studies in China and one in Hong Kong"
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If this is true, is it also possible that they tried to set up us for slaughter by telling us to go vegetarian?
Prevotella is more common in non-Westernised populations consuming plant-rich diet. In Western populations it has also been associated with vegetarian or Mediterranean diets rich in fruits and vegetables. In accordance, genome analysis of Prevotella copri showed it was deficient in the ability to degrade host glycans and is more genetically equipped for plant glycan degradation. In a study of gut bacteria of children in Burkina Faso (in Africa), Prevotella made up 53% of the gut bacteria, but were absent in age-matched European children. Studies also indicate that long-term diet is strongly associated with the gut microbiome composition—those who eat plenty of protein and animal fats typical of Western diet have predominantly Bacteroides bacteria, while for those who consume more carbohydrates, especially fibre, the Prevotella species dominate.
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