Tag Archives: gut bacteria

Antibiotic overload

Once the very first antibiotic is administered to the infant or child, the bacteria in the gut is wiped out and the immune system is permanently altered in its ability to manufacture appropriate immune cells. On top of this, fungus … Continue reading

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Damaging the baby’s digestion with C-sections

Here is an interesting C-section fact: Fecal samples from infants are different between vaginal births and C-section births. The baby’s gut microbiome changes according to the way they are delivered and the C-section baby’s gut bacteria is significantly less similar … Continue reading

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Building an immune system

Over 80% of the human immune system is built in the ecosystem of bacteria found in the intestines. The more we are subjected to strong antibiotics, processed/sterilized foods, chemical preservatives, GMO foods, chemicals in the air and water, contaminated and … Continue reading

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Anti – antibiotic

One of the quickest ways to bad health is through antibiotics. A new study at Stanford found a number of intestinal pathogens causing problems after antibiotic administration by actually opening the door for these pathogens to take hold. Within 24 … Continue reading

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Why take a probiotic?

Very few people eat a solid enough healthy diet to not need probiotics. Probiotics are the “good-guy” bacteria that inhabit our intestines, line our organs and blood vessel and most importantly, build a strong immune system. “Good-guy” probiotics thrive in … Continue reading

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