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The Gut Club welcomes you to join us as we learn and share about intestinal health as driver of general health. The Gut Club's mission is to promote microbial balance via discussion, learning and support. Through this new awareness we hope to inspire environmentalism, because microbial balance is crucial for both personal and planetary health. We promote microbial DNA stool testing and help with interpretation of results. Please join our very active Facebook page and discussion group! This is where we discuss cutting-edge research:
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The Gut Club's Microbiome Vaccine Safety Project is about microbes present at time of vaccination regulating immune response. We are creating new scientific research about microbial predisposition to adverse vaccine reaction, including possible gut-brain axis phenomena.

Gut microbiota have a significant effect on host response to vaccination where a reduced or absent population of commensal flora coupled with an overgrowth of pathogenic strains may become a microbial predisposition to adverse vaccine reaction. This may include reduced or absent protective microbiota such as Bifidobacteria, Lactobacillus and butyrate-producing Clostridia allowing immune dysregulating Bacteroides and Proteobacteria to be overgrown.

We are raising $200,000 to conduct gnotobiotic pig laboratory research to demonstrate how microbiota present at time of vaccination may regulate immune response associated with adverse vaccine reaction. This preliminary data is required to apply for NIH funding of $500,000 to conduct a full study. In the future, we will also conduct research about how vaccines may negatively shift flora balance via immune response associated with vaccine injury. Here is an article about the subject authored by the Founder of The Gut Club: 
Gut microbiota and infant vaccine protocol


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