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    Gut bacteria may affect the course of ALS research shows

    This is well worth a read

    one strain of gut bacteria , Akkermansia muciniphila, significantly slowed disease progression in the mice and prolonged their survival.

    Finding could lead to the first treatment for the devastating disease.

    Akkermansia muciniphila gut bacteria can be increased with FOS supplement, see below

    FOS supplement , see below

    Lamberts FOS (Fructo-oligosaccharides) Powder: 100% natural Can lead to better bowel tone, more regular movements and a reduction in digestive 'upsets' A sweet soluble powder that can either be mixed into hot or cold drinks, sprinkled onto cereals and desserts or eaten off the spoon Safe for long-term use, although research has shown positive results after just 2 week Suitable for all ages, including children and during pregnancy Suitable for vegetarians and vegans

    Thanks Steve,

    It's good to keep us updated with potential things that can affect us.

    Love Terry
    TB once said that "The forum is still the best source for friendship and information."

    It will only remain so if new people post and keep us updated on things that work or don't work and tips.

    Please post on old threads that are of use so that others see them and feel free to start new subjects and threads.


      Thanks from me too Steve

      My neurologist has been playing with mice in this regard and was suggesting that he had some positive results.

      I have sent him this link As he is presently riding his bike to Paris to raise money for the MND Association - errr

      jemeen sreedharan
      · Aug 2
      London-Paris-Geneva 🚵🏽*♂️, 700miles, 36,000ft of climbing done! All for MND research. Amazing achievement by #TeamMND @DrNikSharma @ella_burchill @izzy_kacz

      Back to the lab on Monday💪🏾🔬
      Please donate (link:…

      @kingsmnd @brain_kcl @KingsIoPPN @UCLIoN @mndassoc



      ​Diagnosed 03/2015. One sided limb onset (arm) sporadic PMA/MND - now 90% left arm and 90% right arm, plus other bits including both shoulders and also some breathing issues – Campaign contact Winchester and Southampton branch, and trustee of the Association

      "Things turn out the best for people who make the best of the way things turn out"


        Donated & good luck. Jerry x