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Equilibrium #30 In a natural environment your digestive ecosystem’s holes are filled by a constant influx of microbes already digesting the food you eat. In the modern world, these microbes are dead on arrival. Equilibrium restores the dietary microbes lost as a by-product of widespread food sterilization. General Biotics

Modern food is missing the microbes we evolved eating. They’ve been sterilized away. Our fruits, vegetables, meats, nuts, grains – almost all our food – would be microbially unrecognizable to our ancestors. Our stomachs didn’t evolve in this environment. This product is a direct offshoot of our founder’s participation in the NIH’s Human Microbiome Project, a $115 million dollar census of humanity’s gut flora. The data tells a clear story: as a society our digestive flora is dying off, and this lack of diversity has causal links to western stomach issues. Using our datasets, we identified the strain groups commonly missing from western microbiomes. We then worked backwards from this data to locate missing dietary microbes which provide the needed function.

Equilibrium #30 In a natural environment your digestive ecosystem’s holes are filled by a constant influx of microbes already digesting the food you eat. In the modern world, these microbes are dead on arrival. Equilibrium restores the dietary microbes lost as a by-product of widespread food sterilization. NVC Featured Items

Modern food is missing the microbes we evolved eating. They’ve been sterilized away. Our fruits, vegetables, meats, nuts, grains – almost all our food – would be microbially unrecognizable to our ancestors. Our stomachs didn’t evolve in this environment. This product is a direct offshoot of our founder’s participation in the NIH’s Human Microbiome Project, a $115 million dollar census of humanity’s gut flora. The data tells a clear story: as a society our digestive flora is dying off, and this lack of diversity has causal links to western stomach issues. Using our datasets, we identified the strain groups commonly missing from western microbiomes. We then worked backwards from this data to locate missing dietary microbes which provide the needed function.

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