Bad bacteria made badder

Why don’t antibiotics work? Maybe it is because bacteria are smarter than the antibiotics – and the person who takes them. At the first sign of a major invasion by antibiotics, some pathogenic bacteria go dormant. They shut down, go to sleep, hibernate for a while. Antibiotics skip right on by, looking for any active bacteria – good or bad – and smashing them to smithereens. Antibiotics don’t even notice the sleeping soldiers. A few weeks/months later, up from the grave they arise! The biggest problem is that the bad guys are a little smarter now than they were prior to antibiotics. Before you know it, you are back to the pill-pusher for another round of worthless antibiotics and your immune system is weaker than ever before. At this point it won’t be long before you need stronger and stronger antibiotics. Next thing you know, the bad guys are winning the war and you have an un-curable infection eating your flesh totally un-apposed… Anti-biotics are “anti-life”. Pro-biotics are “pro-life”. Pretty simple actually.

The good, the bad and the badder bacteria...

The good, the bad and the badder bacteria…

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutritionist and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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