I know i’ve had some concerns about this bacteria previously but I have circled back to this once again.
There is a very noticeable effect almost immediately or within a few days of taking one of the only commercial versions of this bacteria or probiotic.
Im just going to go down the list here fairly quickly, and will get back to some of this.
Early microbial and metabolomic signatures predict later onset of necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm infants
All NEC cases lacked Propionibacterium
Early dysbiosis is strongly involved in the pathobiology of NEC. These striking findings require validation in larger studies but indicate that early microbial and metabolomic signatures may provide highly predictive biomarkers of NEC.
Our study revealed several factors that were significantly associated with subsequent risk of NEC, specifically, the absence of Propionibacterium
Then going back to this study I have posted numerous times,
Severe Acne in Female Patients Treated with Isotretinoin is associated with
Dysbiosis and its Consequences
The study included only female patients. The conclusions are
therefore only relevant for females. Isotretinoin is associated with
dysbiosis, malabsorption (with visceral fat decrease) and signs of
dysimmunity. Symptoms develop more than 20 years after the intake
of the medication taken at usual range and duration. A facilitating role
of Propionibacterium acnes cannot be excluded. Isotretinoin is known
to impair stem cells renewal and TLR2 expression in the mucosa of the
small gut. These pharmacological effects, explaining the efficacy of the
medication on acne (“the metabolic syndrome of the pilosebaceous
gland”) may induce the progressive atrophy of the jejunal mucosa
and its long-lasting consequences. No therapy is available yet.
Patients, prescribers and authorities should be aware of this adverse
event which incidence is high (2.6% of outward gastroenterological
consultations) especially when multi-annual surveillance for several
years are expected.