I had that sit down with the naturopath doing fecal matter transplants locally. Now typically, when I bring up the matter to 99.9% of people they generally have no idea what I’m talking about or know very little. So I end up knowing more than the vast majority of people I talk to about it. This was obviously, most definitely not the case.
I almost wish she had classes and lectures and slides and such because the information she has is dense and very scientific and way too much for me to absorb over a casual dinner. I tried but she knows so much more than I about gut health and terms I’ve never even heard of. I didn’t know how to ask her to dumb it down and stop being so medical termy with me. I’m sure she was probably trying her best. She seemed like a very decent human being.
I left after that evening with a bit of a headache and my tail tucked way up between my legs. It was humbling.
Her research on parasite implantation was also quite mind-blowing. As much as I detest parasites, we have lived amongst them forever, they aren’t going anywhere and I can absolutely believe we may have learned to physically cohabitate with each other in a beneficial and symbiotic fashion. Why not? Just not the majority, I personally feel.
Plus…..and here is where my tail untucks. I think she is wrong on two subjects; which would then make the entire industry of FMT wrong (not really her personally), but I’m going to say it anyway. It is far more efficient to implant the bacteria rectally than orally for starters and I still believe that the seeds from infant feces is the gold standard. I believe there is a direct correlation between the amount of seeds in a babies feces and colic and also their overall lifelong natural immune system. Plus I’m sure a plethora more things.
But what do I say to her. “I unequivocally know I’m right, but I have absolutely no data to prove it. But hey….I’m highly connected to spirit so you can just take my word for it, because I have no doubts at all.”. I’m sure every scientist loves hearing that from laymen. I’m absolutely positive. Lol
Well. Here goes another day and another fifty cents counting for inflation. I’ve always liked Tuesdays for some reason. 💋🙏🏽🥰