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CLA Nutritional Supplement Kills MRSA

This was first published as a US patent in January 2017 Method and composition for long acting bacterial suppression on skin (US#9,549,550). This novel finding suggests the long unknown role of Rumenic Acid aka Conjugated Linoleic Acid may be a biomic regulator within the rumens of an animals.

This Rumen is the first stop in the digestion of many animals that participate in our food chain. Grass and other eaten plants are stored here for bacteria to help digest these. Some of these bacteria generate Rumenic Acid also known as CLA.
We now know that this molecule has extraordinary capacity to inhibit the growth of important human and mammal pathogens. If the rumen did not have a away to keep good bacteria alive and kill off the bad bacteria, every cow and every animal with a rumen would die.
No system that lasts hundreds of thousands of years without redundancy. So you can bet other microbes in this rumen also make things that keep a rumen healthy. CLA is the first of its kind we have discovered.

We now know that this molecule has extraordinary capacity to inhibit the growth of important human and mammal pathogens. If the rumen did not have a away to keep good bacteria alive and kill off the bad bacteria, every cow and every animal with a rumen would die.
No system that lasts hundreds of thousands of years without redundancy. So you can bet other microbes in this rumen also make things that keep a rumen healthy. CLA is the first of its kind we have discovered.

Rumenic or Conjugated Linoleic Acid
David Changaris MD

David Changaris MD

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