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Show Notes:

Intestinal microbiome composition matters in lupus!

    A) If your flora is imbalanced, you can get auto-immune disease

    B) You should move your bowels regularly (2-4x daily)

    C) Fermented foods, yogurt, or probiotic supplement: frequency matters!




There are a whole host of conditions associated with dysfunctional microbiome, the list includes: Eczema, Allergies, UTIs, Irritable Bowel (IBS), IBD, Crohn's/Colitis, SIBO, Candida, GERD, Viral illnesses, Autism, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder, Sjrogrens, Autoimmune Thyroiditis, Migraine Headache, Neuropathy, and Fibromyalgia


Although I am a licensed, and practicing surgeon, with over a decade of experience helping people overcome inflammatory disease,  the presented material is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use your best judgment and consult with a healthcare professional regarding your needs.


"As always: Be TRUE to yourself. Surround yourself with people who affirm your wellbeing. Find a doctor who will slow down to listen. Find one who carefully considers your concerns and most of all--find one who cares."

Dr. Chanu R. Dasari MD

The mistake I see most people make is that they just pick up some

random probiotics supplement Off the Shelf at the grocery store and

expect it to do something great, but then they get

disappointed because it doesn't do anything. So in

this video, I'll show you exactly how to choose the best probiotic

supplement for Lupus to help

start reversing inflammation fast.

I'll review some scientific research and go in depth on how

my patients use microbiome hacking to resolve symptoms.

Hi everyone. I'm Dr. Chanudasri. I hope

my clients solve their immune inflammation in digestive dysfunction using

the Mind gut immunity method this clinical

approach has helped thousands of patients resolve their

symptoms summon as little as six weeks without

the need for complex or costly interventions this

material that you're about to watch is taken Straight

Out of My Mind get immunity Academy where people just like

you learn how to beat their lupus symptoms for good.

Now, I'm gonna show you this brief video about how to select

the best probiotic supplement when you have an inflammatory

disease such as lupus I'm gonna

show you what to look for on the labels how to save

money and what exactly works and what to avoid in addition.

I'm going to give you some very useful tips on exact

dosages and frequencies and how to plan

your approach for addressing lupus. Now before we

go any further, don't forget to like And subscribe and

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These are must see videos for anyone with lupus looking

to reverse their symptoms for good.

And it's really helpful information that you probably won't get

anywhere else now on to the topic of probiotic supplements

for Lupus the mistake

I see most people make is that they just pick some random probiotic

Off the Shelf at the grocery store and expect it

to do something great, but then they get disappointed because

it doesn't do anything and you may be thinking our

probiotics even useful for Lupus now,

I'd like to point out this research article from a

few years ago that shows altered intestinal Flora is

closely associated with the immune dysfunction seen

in lupus. You shouldn't be

surprised by this because 70 to 80% of your

immune system is in your intestines. So when

you have an immune disease such as lupus you

can be sure that there's also something wrong with your

gut. So before we dive in if you're serious about

finding the right probiotics for lupus and

achieving results fast, don't forget to

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Brand choices that have helped my clients with

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everything you need to know is in there including a

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be sure to check it out.

Now check out this video. I recorded earlier explaining the

concept of probiotics for Lupus believe

it or not. If we take the sum total of all the

genes in our body only 1% is actually human the

other 99% come from

bacteria and other microbes mostly living in our intestines

and Airways for the people that like to blame genetics.

You may not even have terrible genetics your genetics. Maybe

just fine. You may just have a bacterial imbalance and

that's what's causing a significant problem. Again, this is

another thing that most doctors don't talk about and here

you have ever changing ratio of good

versus bad bacteria. So let me give you a few

examples we've seen this with depression. We see with obesity

we've seen this with IBS. We see what an inflammatory bowel

disease and other autoimmune conditions such as lupus rheumatoid

Ms. Psoriasis eczema and

chronic allergies in each of these conditions bad

bacteria plays a significant role. So you

have to get rid of them and replace them with good bacteria.

A pretty famous study from China that shows if you take

a stool sample from a depressed individual and feed it to

a mouse that mouse that was once very social

and happy and well-adjusted becomes closed

off and anxious and depressed.

Here's another study which looked at a mom and her


The mom was a marathon runner thin lean and

in shape, she needed a stool transplant and

her daughter donated the specimen. Her daughter was 30

40 pounds overweight not really in shape.

Over the course of the next three months the

marathon runner mom gained 40 pounds

after receiving the bacteria from her overweight daughter.

That's pretty powerful stuff.

By the way at Harvard, they're using stool transplants

for weight loss now and even depression similarly. There

are several studies from University of California, which show

that if you take a stool sample from an inflammatory

disease patient, you can induce the same

illness through a fecal microbiota transplant.

This is true for most inflammatory conditions such

as lupus IBS Crohn's colitis rheumatoid

multiple sclerosis eczema psoriasis

fatty liver and even allergies. So this

brings us to the section on probiotic Concepts also

known as microbiome hacking before

we dive in I want to clear up some misinformation about probiotics

a lot of people spend an inordinate amount

of time talking about Colony forming units

number of strains types of strains some

even talk about buying refrigerated aversions versus

soil-based Spore forms. There's even

companies now that will take a sample of your stool analyze it

and send you Custom Design blends.

And I can tell you as a physician. I've studied over 300 scientific

articles on this subject and my

findings can be summarized as the following.

The three main bacteria in a good probiotic are lactobacillus

saccharomyces and

bifidio bacteria and of these three lactobacillus and

bifidio bacterium are the most important with the

best scientific evidence.

Next it's important that you introduce good microbes into

your system at least twice a day, but ideally

four times a day.

So even once a day is not enough also as

you introduce good microbes into

your system, you need to get rid of the old microbes. And

the way you do this is to have bowel movements. Ideally two to

four times a day. Turnover is important. Most people

just assume if they take a probiotic they'll be

fine. But if you're not constantly expelling ways and only

taking probiotic maybe once a day then that's

not enough and in my opinion they may be missing

out on a full potential of these beneficial microbes. So

don't get too obsessed over the number of strange

or Colony forming units and don't waste your

money buying expensive probiotics supplements, which are generally

not useful the frequency of probiotic

intake matters more. So which probiotic

is the best. Well, if you're looking for

the most affordable option then yogurt or fermented foods,

and you only need to spoonful

If you're allergic to Dairy, you can also try non-dairy yogurt.

Now yogurt is fine. So is fermented foods, but

some people do better just taking a probiotic supplement.

There are lots of probiotics supplements out there.

I would keep things simple and just get on one that's affordable and

comes from a reputable brand. I'll drop some

recommendations below so that you can take a look just a

reminder. The most important factor is not usually

the number of strains but rather the frequency of


And this is the one thing that most people miss you want

to keep introducing good microbes into your system throughout the

day not just once but two to four

times a day in fact.

You want to constantly introduce good microbes into your

system so that as your body gets rid of the old microbes the

new microbes have a chance to flourish and populate. So remember

I said there was scientific data here. It is

a small list of conditions that improve with probiotic intake.

eczema, psoriasis allergies UTIs

IBS inflammatory bowel

disease like Crohn's and Colitis small intestinal

bacterial overgrowth


gerd viral illnesses including flu and covid

fatty liver autism multiple

sclerosis lupus rheumatoid arthritis.

If you're looking to solve inflammation that probiotics may

be helpful. Okay, before I conclude this section.

I have a couple things to say about yogurt. If you're vegan, obviously,

this is a no-go and if you have a dairy allergy

and can't tolerate it then fine, but if you're only issue is

lactose intolerance or fear of dairy then hear me


Lactose content in yogurt is lower than that of milk.

Yogurt contains bacteria that helps break down lactose fat-free

yogurt is great, but make sure

that it doesn't have any thickeners or sweeteners. If you like full fat

yogurt, then grass-fed source is probably best.

Yogurt still has casein milk protein

which can cause allergies in some people.

This is prevented by getting specific types of

cow's milk yogurt called A2 or switching to

goat's milk yogurt. So if you want to try dairy yogurt,

just keep in mind these four things.

If you're in doubt just take a supplement capsule. I

have clients that do both and many of them do fine. Just

adding a bit of yogurt as you probably know by now. I

usually recommend avoiding all Dairy all together, but yogurt

does have its benefits, especially if you Choose Wisely

It's easy and it's helpful for getting probiotics. And

all you need is a spoonful two to four times a day.

If you do this and remember, you also want to

have at least two to four bowel movements a day. If you do this

along with the fiber, maybe even a stool softener

the first couple of days you'll start to notice within a

week that the population of bacteria in your GI tract will start

to change and many of your inflammatory disorders and

allergies and immune dysfunction and digestive problems

will change if you want to go into detail with this. I have

a blog post called decoding milk and dairy. It's part of

a larger series that describes the nutritional profiles of controversial

food groups like eggs fish and meat in


I realized that there are very strong opinions regarding the healthiness of

these Foods. So I try to stick with the facts and give you what

I think is the safe zone of functioning for every day.

Alright, I hope you enjoyed that video now. I want to

know what types of probiotics have you tried and did

they work? Let me know in the comments below. Also, if

you like this video help support my channel by sharing

this video with fellow loved ones and be sure to subscribe for

more useful tips on Lupus. This is

Dr. Chanu dossery with the Mind get immunity clinic

and I'll see you next time.

Key takeaways

  • If your flora is imbalanced, you can get auto-immune disease
  • You should move your bowels regularly (2-4x daily)
  • Fermented foods, yogurt, or probiotic supplement: frequency matters!

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