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
Enderlein’s work Bacteria Cyclogenia was his most important, but was not published until 1925 due to World War I. Professor Enderlein stimulated interest among his colleagues following the publication of his work on a new classification of bacteria which took into consideration an evolutionary life-cycle. However, he was met with skepticism by the majority of … Continue reading Professor Enderlein’s research: developing isopathic immune-modulators from bacteria and fungi
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
Probiotics have long been hailed as the ultimate support for the immune and digestive systems, and there is no doubt of their ability to promote and maintain a healthy gut. However, despite their fame, a little-known truth is that probiotics would be of little effect without their less-celebrated partner: prebiotics, or prebiotic fiber to be exact. Here … Continue reading What Are Prebiotics?
Source: Minnesota Becomes First State to Ban Anti-Bacterial Soap Chemical by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM Score a victory for smart legislation! Late last week, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton signed a bill that would prevent manufacturers from using Triclosan in most consumer hygiene products.  A lot of people might be wondering… what is triclosan? … Continue reading Minnesota Becomes First State to Ban Anti-Bacterial Soap Chemical
Long before you became a part of your community and, hopefully, a contributing member of society, there were the original communities, which were made of networks of bacteria. The inhabitants of these worked together to ensure the survival of as many members as possible. Today, these communities are called biofilms and they’re found almost anywhere … Continue reading Biofilms in the Body
Bacillus coagulans is a beneficial probiotic strain that helps to promote digestive health, reduce diarrhea caused by antibiotics, encourage a healthy immune system, normalize nutrient absorption in the body, and help balance gut flora. Similar to the Lactobacillus bacterium, Bacillus coagulans produces lactic acid inside the digestive tract. Lactic acid is helpful because it encourages the growth of healthy bacteria while … Continue reading Bacillus coagulans: A Healthy Probiotic Strain
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that approximately 76 million people become ill from pathogens in food each year in the United States. Of those, approximately 5,000 die . What causes this high occurrence of foodborne illness? Commonly nothing more than bacteria, such as E. coli and salmonella, that is present in your … Continue reading Naturally Disinfect Your Kitchen of Germs and Bacteria
Bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites—there are many types of harmful organisms and nearly everyone is affected at some point in their life. Different types of harmful organisms affect the body differently. Here, we’ll look at harmful organisms that affect well-being by targeting and disrupting gut health. This is a good time to mention that you … Continue reading Are Harmful Gut Organisms Negatively Impacting Your Health?
The human body is a complex, interconnected ecosystem and the gut is where your body interacts the most with the outside world. Your gut acts acts as the frontline of your immune system, as it is constantly exposed to new microbes and molecules that come from the things you eat and drink. The processes that … Continue reading Gut Health 101: What Is the Microbiome?