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August 24, 2021


Defecation Regenerates The Brain Capacity Of Guinea Pigs

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)


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I'm always amazed at how long it takes for "scientific studies" to discover what most of us learned growing up.

I have a suggestion for the title of the first self-help book and movie on this subject: "Flush after thinking."

That's a load off my mind.

At least the flies won't be so lonely.

Makes sense if they keep enough library material in their loos like we do.

Gives new meaning to the phrase "s--- for brains."

Subject matter notwithstanding, there is something a bit off with the translation of that article.

With a mice, we showed that transplanting fecal microbiota from young to older mice can cause older mice to quickly find a hidden platform.

We do not recommend stool replacement for people who want to revitalize the brain. oh darn

Instead, these studies point to the future with a focus on microbiotic-targeted diets or bacterial-based therapies that promote better intestinal health and immunity to maintain brain youth and health. In fact, these tricks would be even more delicious nectar. -- and we have an unch ham that the microbiome can be a way out.

Sounds like this could fix Washington if the folks we send there would just quit holding it all in.

TLDR, happy for you or sucks that happened.

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