Also called Alimentary Canal
Composed of many areas:
- mouth, throat, tongue, salivary glands,
- small intestines
- large intestines
Iritable bowel disease IBD, is a chronic syndrome of abdominal pain and changes in the pattern of bewel movements without any evidence of underlying damage, often lasts for years.
Crohn's disease is a chronic inflammatory condition of the gastrointestinal tract and may affect any part from the mouth to the anus
Ulcerative colitis is a chronic inflammatory condition limited to the colon, otherwise known as the large intestine.
- 270,000 are living with IBD – Iritable bowel disease
- 135,000 with Crohn's disease
- 120,000 with ulcerative colitis
- 15,000 with unclassified IBD
- P.fluorescens, Pseudomonas fluorescens, a common bacteria
There is also an intriguing association between P. fluorescens and human disease, in that approximately 50% of Crohn's disease patients develop serum antibodies to the I2 antigen encoded by P. fluorescens, and in some studies, this seroreactivity has correlated with the success of therapies aimed at the microbiome rather than the immune system.
- K is potassium
- Na is sodium
- CN is cyanide
Once adapted P.fluorescens will feed on cyanide which is often an additive to table salt.
Many table salts add flow agents [anti-caking agents]
- E535 sodium ferrocyanide
- E536 potassium ferrocyanide
- E538 calcium ferrocyanide
Common table salt additives over time begin to feed a bacteria which can cause inflammatory disease of any portion of the GI tract from lips to rectum.