Faecalibacterium prausnitzii (species)

Other Names: "Bacillus mucosus anaerobius" Prausnitz 1922 | "Bacteroides praussnitzii" (sic) Hauduroy et al. 1937 | ATCC 27768 | Bacillus mucosus anaerobius | Bacteroides praussnitzii | butyrate-producing bacterium A2-165 | Faecalibacterium prausnitzii | Faecalibacterium prausnitzii (Hauduroy et al. 1937) Duncan et al. 2002 | Fusobacterium prausnitzii | Fusobacterium prausnitzii (Hauduroy et al. 1937) Moore and Holdeman 1970 (Approved Lists 1980) | NCIMB 13872 |

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From Citizen Science

Strongest associations listed first

  1. Associated with Immune Manifestations: Constipation(1) to be Low : Pvalue=4.68075864333278E-05
  2. Associated with Post-exertional malaise: Muscle fatigue after mild physical activity(1) to be High : Pvalue=0.000310158901766268
  3. Associated with Neuroendocrine Manifestations: sweating episodes(1) to be High : Pvalue=0.000439849652838829
  4. Associated with Autonomic: Irregular heartbeats(1) to be Low : Pvalue=0.00159545534665299

From Published Science

  1. Ankylosing spondylitis reported from 1 studies to be High
  2. Asthma reported from 1 studies to be High
  3. Crohn's Disease reported from 2 studies to be High
  4. Allergies reported from 1 studies to be Low
  5. Asthma reported from 1 studies to be Low
  6. Brain Trauma reported from 1 studies to be Low
  7. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome reported from 1 studies to be Low
  8. Crohn's Disease reported from 2 studies to be Low
  9. Fibromyalgia reported from 1 studies to be Low
  10. Inflammatory Bowel Disease reported from 5 studies to be Low
  11. Irritable Bowel Syndrome reported from 1 studies to be Low
  12. Liver Cirrhosis reported from 1 studies to be Low
  13. ME/CFS with IBS reported from 1 studies to be Low
  14. Multiple Sclerosis reported from 1 studies to be Low
  15. Sjögren syndrome reported from 1 studies to be Low
  16. Type 2 Diabetes reported from 3 studies to be Low
  17. Ulcerative colitis reported from 1 studies to be Low
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General Substance Specific Substance Effect Studies
Antibiotics, Antivirals etc rifaximin antibiotics Increases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
arabinogalactan (gums) (prebiotic) arabinogalactan (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
arabinoxylan (prebiotic) arabinoxylan oligosaccharides (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
xylan (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
bacillus probiotics bacillus coagulans (probiotics) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
bile supplements bile (acid/salts) Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
black raspberries fruit black raspberries Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
butyrate supplements sodium butyrate Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
chemotherapy (prescription) chemotherapy (prescription) Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
cocoa cacoa Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
Diet Style dietary phytoestrogens (isoflavones) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
high animal protein diet Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
high fiber diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
high processed foods diet Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
high sugar diet Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
high-fat diets Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
low animal protein diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
low fiber diet Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
low fodmap diet Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
low processed foods diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
mediterranean diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
dopamine (prescription) dopamine (prescription) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
Drug epinephrine Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
fasting Increases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
omega-3 fatty acids Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
vegetarians Increases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
fasting diet fasting Increases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
flavonoids, polyphenols etc resveratrol (grape seed/polyphenols/red wine) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
flaxseed linseed(flaxseed) Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
fodmap diet low fodmap diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
Food (excluding seasonings) apple Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
black raspberries Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
broad beans Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
cacoa Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
linseed(flaxseed) Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
lupin seeds (anaphylaxis risk, toxic if not prepared properly) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
navy bean Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
pectin Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
soy Increases 3 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
wheat Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
food additives dietary phytoestrogens (isoflavones) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
fruit apple Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
black raspberries Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
gluten free diet wheat Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
herb Slippery Elm Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
Herb or Spice glycyrrhizic acid (licorice) Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
triphala Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
high fat diet high-fat diets Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
high fiber diet high fiber diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
inulin prebiotics chicory (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
inulin (prebiotic) Increases 4 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
jerusalem artichoke (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
oligofructose-enriched inulin (prebiotic) Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
liquorice herb glycyrrhizic acid (licorice) Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
low glycemic/sugar diet high sugar diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
low fiber diet low fiber diet Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
low/no meat diet low processed foods diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
vegetarians Increases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
mediterranean diet high processed foods diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
mediterranean diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
Miscellaneous, food additives, and other odd items bile (acid/salts) Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
dopamine Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
sodium butyrate Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
no carbohydrate diet high animal protein diet Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
low animal protein diet Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
not classified black raspberry Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
Gluco-Oligosaccharides Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
licorice Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
red wine Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
oligosaccharide (prebiotic) arabinoxylan oligosaccharides (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
fructo-oligosaccharides (prebiotic) Decreases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
olive oil mediterranean diet Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
omega 3 supplements omega-3 fatty acids Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
Prebiotics and similar arabinogalactan (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
arabinoxylan oligosaccharides (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
chicory (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
fructo-oligosaccharides (prebiotic) Decreases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
inulin (prebiotic) Increases 4 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
jerusalem artichoke (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
oligofructose-enriched inulin (prebiotic) Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
resistant starch Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
xylan (prebiotic) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
Probiotics bacillus coagulans (probiotics) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
pulse / legumes broad beans Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
lupin seeds (anaphylaxis risk, toxic if not prepared properly) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
navy bean Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
raffinose(sugar beet) Decreases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
raffinose foods bile (acid/salts) Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
resistant starch resistant starch Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
resveratrol resveratrol (grape seed/polyphenols/red wine) Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
rifamycin family antibiotic rifaximin antibiotics Increases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
soy soy Increases 3 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
stress epinephrine Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
Sugar and similar raffinose(sugar beet) Decreases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
sugars pectin Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
triphala herb mixture triphala Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
Vitamins, Minerals and similar iron Decreases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
wheat wheat Increases 1 πŸ‘§πŸΌ
whole grains raffinose(sugar beet) Decreases 2 πŸ‘§πŸΌ

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  • Butyrate
  • Cobalamin (Vitamin B12)
  • D-lactate
  • Formate
  • Gluten Consumer
  • Riboflavin

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