Effects on the Immune System of a Three-Month Consumption of an Extremely Diverse Probiotic Yogurt: Decrease of Serum Alpha-N-Acetylgalactosaminidase Activity, Detoxification and Gut Microbiota Normalization
- 1 Indianapolis, IN, United States
- 2 San Antonio, TX, United States
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In this study, we describe the changes associated with the consumption of an extremely biodiverse probiotic yogurt in a 55-year-old female from South Vietnam. In August 2019, the subject voluntarily embarked on a three-month nutritional experience and decided to share her results with the goal of advancing scientific knowledge in the field of nutritional health. Consumption of this biodiverse probiotic yogurt was associated with a decrease in serum alpha-N-acetylgalactosaminidase (nagalase) activity, increased elimination of toxic metals and non-metal toxicants, a trend toward normalization of the lipid profile and a trend toward a rebalance of the gut microbiota.
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