A reader forwarded me their results to look at. As usual, I will focus the bacteria. The rest of the report was within normal range.
We do not have a wide analysis of different bacteria genus to work from. This is expected because they do the analysis via culturing (which only works for a few genus).
Data punk reportes it is inhibited by
Going over to DataPunk we see that it feeds on:
And is inhibited by
- Laminaria hyperborea (Kelp)
- Chaga (Inonotus obliquus)
- Sarcodiotheca gaudichaudii
- Propyl gallate – E310 food additive
- Methyl gallate – in plants used in Mexican and Indian folk medicines
- Tannic acid (food containing)
- Laminaria digitata (Kelp)
Bottom Line: What do you do with reasonable bifidobacterium?
We have no Lactobaccillus and no E. Coli in the report.
For E.Coli, the items are simple:
- D-Ribose sugar (see this post for more food for E.Coli)
For Lactobacillus, my current ‘gut’ feeling is:
A reader sent me a study of persistence of lactobacillus for at least 11 days being seen with a fermented oatmeal soap (an PDF/Scan article from 1993 ) with 1-5% malted barley flour. I suspect the process may be similar to making your own yogurt.