Multi-resistant bacteria are currently the greatest danger to modern medicine and threaten millions of lives. Experts around the world are extremely worried. Related Post SIBO: All You Need to Know About Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth The Body as Bacterial Landlord The Truth About Bacteria and Herbal Supplements How Gut Bacteria Protects … Continue reading Deadly bacteria and the pharmaceutical industry | DW Documentary
The Benefits of Probiotics Are Well-Documented — But Can They Improve Mental Health? Probiotics for Mental Health: where we stand today. May is Mental Health Awareness Month. For too long, men have been silent about mental health and it’s literally killing us. We can change that. Our Healthy Mind, Healthy Body series shines a light on … Continue reading Probiotics for Mental Health
Alopecia areata is a form of baldness that affects approximately 2% of people in the United States. In this condition, hair is lost from various parts of the body, typically the scalp. The actual cause of this condition is unknown, but new research clearly supports the idea that this disease is an autoimmune condition, meaning … Continue reading Should We be Treating Hair Loss with Fecal Material?
What is Biological Terrain? The concept of Biological Terrain has its beginning in Europe. It is based largely on the clinical research of the French professor Louis Claude Vincent. I wrote an article on Biological Terrain some years ago and have been using it in my practice for quite some time. My interest was further … Continue reading Biological Terrain Revisited: Balancing Acid/Base, Oxidation Potential, and More
Probiotics and prebiotics are needed every day for optimal health, even to help lower food sensitivity reactions and related allergies. Our intestinal flora cannot be optimal without constant replenishment since we cannot avoid ingesting pesticides and insecticides or GMO foods that elaborate pesticides. This research review will indicate that even allergies are influenced by gut … Continue reading The wider impacts of gut health
Arterial calcification, a process of hardening of the arteries, may be inhibited and even reversed with supplementation with high-dose vitamin K, suggests an animal study. Atherosclerosis, known as hardening or furring of the arteries is a key risk factor for cardiovascular disease, the cause of over 50 per cent of deaths in Europe and the … Continue reading Study: Vitamin K may reverse arterial calcification
Children born to mothers exposed to microbes during pregnancy may be less likely to develop allergies, German researchers say. They found that pregnant mice exposed to inhaled barnyard microbes gave birth to allergy-resistant offspring. The microbe exposure triggered a mild inflammatory response in the mothers. This response was characterized by increased expression of microbe-sensing Toll-like … Continue reading Mom’s Exposure to Microbes Lowers Allergies in Kids
BOOK - Biological Medicine - The Future of Natural Healing - by Thomas Rau Biological Medicine The Future of Natural Healing By Thomas Rau, M.D.Published for the first time in this form, Biological Medicine is a combination of the latest diagnostic technology and a broad range of traditional, natural healing methods including holistic dentistry and … Continue reading New and Undefined Diseases
Trillions of Microbes Living in and on Us Cause Some Harm but Also Afford Protection. When scientists discovered that bacteria, not stress, caused most stomach ulcers, the insight overturned a century of medical dogma, transformed clinical practice and garnered a 2005 Nobel Prize for the two researchers who made the connection so many others had … Continue reading The Body as Bacterial Landlord
Yeasts, tiny fungi-like organisms found on plant leaves, flowers and in soil and saltwater, assist in the decomposition and recycling of plants. Yeasts also play an important role in human culture and history - imagine a world devoid of beer, wine and bread. Commercially, yeasts produce alcoholic beverages by fermenting rice, wheat, barley, and corn, … Continue reading Candida Yeast Protection Program – A yeast infection?