Gut-Brain Regeneration

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Gut-Brain Regeneration
Gut-Brain Regeneration:
The microbiome as a new avenue for
therapeutic management
Zach Bush, MD
Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism
Founder, Director of Clinical Affairs
Revolution Health Center
Scottsville, VA
Founder, CEO
Biomic Sciences
USA Ranks 49th in health outcomes
1st World Epidemics
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Autism 1:68
Attention Deficit 1:10 (70% medicated)
Asthma 1:10
Allergy 1:4
Diabetes 1:4
Obesity 1:3
Major Depression 1:2
Cancer 1:2
Dementia 1:1
Root Cause
of Aging
and Disease
Root Cause
of disease?
Inflammation is the root of all
chronic disorder and disease
Autism
Oxidative Stress
• Acute inflammation can save our lives
– Injury Repair
– Infection control
• Chronic inflammation
– oxidative stress = positive charge/acid
– Shutdown/overwhelm of the antioxidant system
chronic inflammation = loss of communication
What is the
RootRoot
Cause
of Aging
and Disease
Cause
of Inflammation?
Ecosystem News
• Bacterial population patterns in the human gut
predict occurrence of chronic inflammatory disease
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Obesity/Diabetes
Asthma
Autoimmunity
Cancers
Dementia
Autism
The GALT
• Gastrointesinal Associated Lymphatic Tissue
GALT: 80% of the
antibodies in your
body are made here
Gut Inflammation
Food Sensitivity
Asthma/Eczema
Allergy
Autoimmune
Intercellular Tight Junctions
Firewalls of Defense
Gut/Brain Axis
• Gut injury: Gluten, Glyphosate,
Lipopolysaccharides
• Zonulin goes systemic
• Tight junction injury
– Gut
– Blood/brain barrier
– Vascular system
– Kidney tubules
Gut/Brain Axis
• Leaky Brain
– Interleukin inflammatory cytokines
– Neuro transmitter dysregulation
– Neuro-hormonal stress
A catastrophic vulnerability
Bacteria
Unprotected
Membranes
Tight Junction Toxins
Bacteria
Bacterial metabolites:
Carbon-based Redox system
• Each bacterial species (30,000 species) creates a unique
subset of carbon metabolites during the digestive process
Carbon Redox
• These function as an interspecies molecular
communication network that allows for coordinated cell
protection, injury response, and repair
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What are your bacteria saying?
• Dysbiosis: broken ecosystem
– Monoculture
Antibiotics, pesticides, chemicals, processed foods
• Weeds grow up: E.Coli, Klebsiela, Psudomonas, Candida
Probiotics – 3 - 24 species, $30 Billion monoculture
Monoculture = limited vocabulary = limited defense
• Optimal bowel ecology = 20,000 species
Biodiversity = fluid communication = strong defenes
Leaky Gut/Brain Leak Gut
GLYPHOSATE
BACTERIAL/YEAST
OVERGROWTH
GLUTEN
Toxic Peptides
CXCR3
Enzymes
ENZ
Chronic Inflammation
Inflammation
Leaky Gut
TJ breakdown
ZONULIN
Vagal Nerve Stimulation and
CNS inflammation
Functional Gut Barrier
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Leaky Gut in real time
CONTROL
Gluten in 1 slice of pizza
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Bacterial Communication
Frontlines of Defense
TIGHT JUNCTIONS
TEER ohms/cm2
Bacterial communication impacts
tight junction function
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CONTROL
GLUTEN and RESTORE
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RESTORE
GLUTEN
What’s in Restore?
• Carbon-based redox molecules extracted from fossil soil
in the South West United States
• Trace micronutrients – minerals and amino acids with
concentration profiles similar to that of a sweet potato
skin
• Unprecedented results in cellular safety studies
– Gold-standard Renal Tubule Toxicity studies – No LD50, extends
life of cell lines at every concentration
– Even at 100% concentrations
Restore Logistics
• 1 tsp to 1 TBL three times daily before or with
meals
• For very sensitive kids:
– 2-5 drops by mouth – plain or
with non-chlorinated water/juice
– Slowly increase to 1 tsp three times daily
• Once on restore you can stop probiotics and
digestive enzymes to speed recovery of natural gut
biome diversity and healthy digestive processes
• No drug-drug interactions
References
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