To me, the last two paragraphs stand out. Nice to see the line of thinking both changing and picking up pace.
the article said...
Dr. Cominelli said the study is relevant “because at the end of the day, we know the increased prevalence of IBD is likely related to environment. So infections we haven’t identified or detected may be in play.”
He cited the lesson of Helicobacter pylori. “For a long time, we had no idea that the H. pylori bacterium caused the majority of ulcers. We cannot discount the possibility that at least in a subgroup of patients there is a specific infection that’s triggering or causing IBD. We should always be open to the idea.”
Male, born 1951, DX IBD Feb08. No meds, allergic to Mesalamine. Food diary instead of SCD or Paleo.
When needed VSL#3DS sprinkled over powdered psyllium seed is very helpful.
Lactobacillus Reuteri (NCIMB 30242), Culturelle, Saccharomyces boulardii.
Fish oil, curcumin, extra D3, magnesium, multivitamin, glutamine when gut repair needed.
Resistant Starch and lots of fruit & vegetables (but no cruciferous), No Gluten, no soda, no HFCS, no shellfish. No processed foods with maltodextrin, sorbitol, polysorbate80 or carrageenan. No GMO foods saturated with Roundup.Nature created all of the locks, therefore Nature has all of the keys