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Probiotic Organisms Can Detox Pesticides

Dear Friends

Globalization and the “modern life” created a new phenomenon for humans: an overwhelming accumulation of toxic and pathogenic load in the body.  A multitude of detoxification strategies to protect our bodies must be employed.

Can probiotics be used in the detoxification of pesticides?

The answer is yes.  The research by Kye Man Cho et al. Biodegradation of Chlorpyrifos by Lactic Acid Bacteria during Kimchi Fermentation, J. Agric. Food Chem.,2009, 57(5), pp 1882-1889, demonstrated that the 4 lactic bacteria used in the fermentation of kimchi, with one of those being Lactobacillus plantarum, are up for the task.

The organophosphorus insecticide chlorpyrifos (CP) was degraded rapidly until day 3 (83.3%) and degraded completely by day 9. The CP could be utilized by the four strains as the sole source of carbon and phosphorus.

The obvious question here is whether this detoxification benefit can manifest within our gut by consuming such probiotic organisms?  We need more research. See clinical notes below for what we do know about probiotics.Sincerely yours,

Seann Bardell

Clinical Notes:

Our Original Synbiotic Formula and our Beta Glucan Synbiotic Formula both contain the same strains of Lactobacillus plantarum along with Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Strep. thermophilus and Bifido longum.  All beneficial probiotic organisms with proven abilities to not only support good digestion but also to strengthen our immune systems, to neutralize and inhibit certain gut pathogens, and to bind and degrade mold toxins and other xenobiotics coming into our gut. Their links will take you to their individual monographs which will not only inform you, but greatly encourage you as to their usefulness in supporting gastrointestinal health.The typical dose is one capsule twice a day.
The Last Quiz Answer:

This amazing little cutie (it is all relative) is a mountain gorilla toddler. Part of Jane Goodall’s animal family. Speaking of Jane Goodall, she also spoke at the Food Revolution Summit.  You can replay the 45 minute conversation with her too.  As they say, she may have had greater impact on humanity’s understanding of animals than any other person who has ever lived.


The Environmental Working Group’s Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce just came out, identifying the dirty dozen.  They highlight the cleanest and dirtiest fruits and vegetables conventionally raised.

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