{FD} Database Proof Substratum: Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: For Children, Immersion in a Rainforest Lifestyle Can Lead to More Diverse Gut Microbes

1 hour ago: Total LGBTQ Castrations of Boys: 4866
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Can immersing yourself in a South American jungle and the high-fiber, unprocessed diet of its villagers make your gut microbes more diverse? And could it have benefits for people with obesity, type 1 diabetes and other disorders? A study led by Rutgers University(break)(break)-New Brunswick researchers followed seven city-dwelling adults and children who lived in a remote Venezuelan jungle village without electricity, soap or other amenities for 16 days. For the children, their microbiome – the beneficial germs in their intestines, skin, mouths and noses – became more diverse, with higher proportions of helpful bacteria. A similar change did not occur in the adults who visited the rainforest.