What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know About Good Germs May be Killing You
Do you know the secret to your health, and longevity?
Is the increase in ‘life expectancy’ hiding a sinister secret?
Are you living longer, or merely dying longer?
Let’s find out….
Germs and Drugs
The Pharma industry spawned with the advent of penicillin, and while the world focused on the Germ Theory as the “cure for ALL disease” the Pharma industry declared a war on germs.
Life expectancy boomed.
Sure enough, we got rid of many life-threatening diseases like small-pox, measles, tuberculosis and the like.
However this growing success lasted only till the 1960s.
Slowly we started realizing that the one-drug-per-germ formula wouldn’t work on cancer, heart and lung diseases as these “Chronic” or “Lifestyle” diseases are related to your Diet, Lack of exercise, Smoking, Drinking etc
Germs, meanwhile have adapted.
We have drug-resistant forms of microbes emerging every minute. Then a new antibiotic to resist this bacterium is developed, followed by a new resistant bacterium and so forth. This vicious cycle is still going on.
Let us look at these micro-organisms for a second.
There are 100mn to 1bn microbes in a single gram of soil. Their large numbers give them excellent capacity to adapt to changes in their environment.
Is the concept of conquering pathogens with antibiotics still valid? Are we not simply breeding super bacteria against which we will find no defense?
By and large, germs are our friends. In fact, without them we wouldn’t be able to grow, digest and metabolize our food.
There are millions of bacteria in our intestines of which 20% are beneficial bacteria, 30% harmful bacteria and the remaining 50% intermediate bacteria. (Read: Why Your Gut Should Worry You)
Intermediate bacteria are opportunistic – when the proportion of beneficial bacteria in the intestines increases, intermediate bacteria synchronize with beneficial bacteria, and the intestines become inhabited by countless beneficial bacteria, bringing about a stable intestinal environment. Over time, the intestinal features become clean and the person is able to enjoy a long and healthy life, mentally and physically.
However poor eating habits, irregular meals etc may cause spread of harmful bacteria in the intestines, and the intermediate bacteria synchronize with the harmful bacteria, decomposing undigested foods and generating toxic gas. Given this bad environment, in time the intestinal features deteriorate and various diseases begin to show up.
Thus the intermediate bacteria are the swing voters in the election.
So the question is – How do you support beneficial bacteria in your intestines in order to live a healthy life?
There are 2 proven solutions
- Eat Fermented foods
Fermented foods are indispensable in replenishing key enzymes that are critical to the optimal functioning of the body. They are produced by fermentation of a base food item (such as milk or soy) with lactobacillus, one of the most important friendly bacteria for the human body.
Fermented foods such as yogurt and cheese are derived from animal sources (milk fermentation) while miso paste, pickles and soy sauce are derived from plants.
Further, the lactobacillus in vinegar used for making sauerkraut produces lactic acid, which inhibits the growth of other microorganisms.
The intestines benefit from fermented foods as they help beneficial bacteria to propagate in the intestines.
- Drink Kangen Water
Kangen Water is ionized water that provides 3 major benefits – Hydrating, Alkalizing and Anti-Oxidant properties.
Kangen Water is formed of smaller water molecule clusters, which enables every nook and cranny of your body to become super-hydrated. You will instantly feel healthier when you drink delicious Ionized Water because it’s light and refreshing – you’re never left with a bloated feeling.
Kangen Water is also a free radical scavenger and can act as an essential component in maintaining optimal health and hydration.
Furthermore, it is no secret that our body is Alkaline in nature.
And for peak health, the cells in our body need to stay at their natural alkaline pH. Unfortunately, our modern diet and lifestyle can jeopardize our body’s original Alkaline state. Dehydration, stress, acidic foods and beverages, and processed foods do not support a healthy alkaline body.
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