Opportunistic Microorganisms

Klebsiella Causes Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, What to Do

Klebsiella Causes Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, What to Do

Klebsiella Causes Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, and What to Do to Hopefully Recover Bacteria are ubiquitous, and some are more helpful in improving our health than others. Some bacteria are mutualists; for example, we feed them nutrients through eating food, they produce vitamin K which we absorb

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Clostridioides Difficile (C. difficile) Dysbiosis and How to Relieve It

Clostridioides Difficile (C. difficile) Dysbiosis and How to Relieve It

Clostridioides Difficile (C. difficile) Dysbiosis and How to Relieve It Cases of Clostridioides difficile (C. difficile) infection are increasing throughout the United States causing a current healthcare crisis. An extensive, nationwide health insurance database analysis by the University of Pennsylvania determined that the annual incidence of acute

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Biofilm: Why It Might Be Hard to Resolve Dysbiosis and How to Reduce It

Biofilm: Why It Might Be Hard to Resolve Dysbiosis and How to Reduce It

Biofilm is any group of microorganisms that stick together in a large colony on a surface. Bacteria, for example, adhere themselves to a surface, and other bacteria using tiny hair-like appendages called pili. They also form polysaccharide matrices to enclose the bacterial colonies to protect themselves further.

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Endotoxin Reflux, A Cause of Leaky Esophagus and Cancer

Endotoxin Reflux, A Cause of Leaky Esophagus and Cancer

Everyone in the digestive health sphere writes about leaky gut, myself included. I am guilty myself of fixating on the health and microbiome of the lower abdomen, most people that contact me suffer from either general dysbiosis and SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth). Many people, however, are

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Why Chlorella/Spirulina May Make You Ill and Cause Poor Digestion

Why Chlorella/Spirulina May Make You Ill and Cause Poor Digestion

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 the algae helped improve the herx reaction symptoms, but some people had negative reactions to chlorella,

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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

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