Endotoxin

Leaky Esophagus and Reflux, A Deadly Combination

Leaky Esophagus and Reflux, A Deadly Combination

Everyone in the digestive health sphere writes about leaky gut, myself included. I am guilty in fixating on the lower intestinal tract, most people that contact me suffer from either general dysbiosis and SIBO. Many people, however, are contacting me with upper gut overgrowth issues. There is

Read more

Can Chlorella / Spirulina Increase Inflammation or Cause Gut Issues?

Can Chlorella / Spirulina Increase Inflammation or Cause Gut Issues?

In the past, I recommended chlorella as a toxin binder to help relieve herx reactions in people who are using my protocols or are taking antimicrobial agents. Most people found that chlorella helped improve the herx reaction symptoms, but some people had negative reactions to chlorella and

Read more

Endotoxin: Part 3 – Gallstones and Heart Disease Is There a Link?

Endotoxin: Part 3 - Gallstones and Heart Disease Is There a Link?

Since the 1960’s scientists saw a possible correlation between the development of gallstones and heart disease. Most people thought that it was just the risk factors associated with developing gallstones was the cause, not the issues with digestion. Obesity and diabetes are two risk factors for having

Read more

Klebsiella: The Cause of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Alkalizing Spondylitis, Part 2

Klebsiella: The Cause of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Alkalizing Spondylitis, Part 2

What is Ankylosing Spondylitis? Ankylosing spondylitis is a chronic Klebsiella infection or inflammation from endotoxins of the axial skeleton and occasionally the joints. Ankylosing spondylitis usually develops from the chronic overgrowth of Klebsiella when one is a young adult, and the symptoms of the disease slowly worsen.

Read more

Klebsiella: The Cause of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Ankylosing Spondylitis, Part 1

Klebsiella: The Cause of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Ankylosing Spondylitis, Part 1

Bacteria are ubiquitous in nature, and some are more helpful in improving our health than others. Some bacteria are known as mutualists, some are commensal, and some are opportunistic. Klebsiella is one such genus of bacteria where it can be considered more towards being opportunistic, with occasional

Read more

Diarrhea From MCT Oil – Why Having “Disaster Pants” Is Not as Funny as It Sounds

Diarrhea From MCT Oil – Why Having "Disaster Pants" Is Not as Funny as It Sounds

I’ll never forget the first time I tried MCT oil. It was the time of kale shakes, and I decided to replace my coconut oil with MCT oil. I used roughly the same volume, and it caused me to take my first day off of work in

Read more
Page 1 of 212