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Antibiotic Resistance in the ICU
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The emergence of superbugs is now a serious issue. Using antibiotics in ICU to prevent or control infection is understandable, but it has consequences. It is important to hold back on their usage until certain there is an infection.

Antibiotics and the GI Tract
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This is an extensive review of what antibiotics do to the microflora of the GI tract. Many MDs overuse antibiotics "just to be sure" that a bacteria may be causing symptoms; this is very dangerous thinking. It is common knowledge that antibiotics are massively overused in treating colds, flus, ear infections, etc. Yeast syndromes, leaky gut ...

Antibiotics and Their Dangers
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Antibiotics are massively overused in medical practice. Their side effects are far more profound than most MDs recognize. We review some of these complications, especially in modifying the microbial ecosystem in the gut.

Colds and Flu
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Colds and influenza are different. Both are viral and are not helped by antibiotics but they are still often prescribed. Immunizations are controversial

D-Mannose For Urinary Tract Infections
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Chronic use of antibiotics may help with chronic urinary tract infections, but they also effect the microflora in the GI tract. E. Coli cause 80% of all urinary tract infections. When E. Coli sticks to the lining of the urinary tract it causes inflammation of the urinary tissues. A simple sugar that the body cannot metabolize coats E. Coli ...

H. Pylori DNA Reduces Inflammation from Colitis
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DNA from H. pylori minimizes the effects of colitis in mice with regard to weight loss, GI bleeding, and stool consistency. More than 50% of the world has significant amounts of this microbe in their intestinal tracts. The bug in some settings could be good for us! Radical treatment with triple therapy that includes several antibiotics, ...

Overtreatment of Sinus Infections with Antibiotics
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Sinus infections are overtreated with antibiotics. Only about 3% of sinus infections are bacterial´┐Żthe rest are viral. Antibiotics don't work in viral infections, but they are still too often prescribed.

Preview: Antibiotics and the GI Tract
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This is an extensive review of what antibiotics do to the microflora of the GI tract. Many MDs overuse antibiotics "just to be sure" that a bacteria may be causing symptoms; this is very dangerous thinking. It is common knowledge that antibiotics are massively overused in treating colds, flus, ear infections, etc. Yeast syndromes, ...

Probiotics and Allergies
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The role of the digestive health in allergic conditions is not appreciated in mainstream medicine. The mechanism of how this works is explained with particular attention to the normal microbes that reside in the human gut. They direct the immune system to react or not react to what we are exposed to in our environment. The effects of antibiotics ...

Probiotics For Urinary Track Infections
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Recent studies document that depletion of vaginal lactobacilli is associated with recurrent urinary tract infections. It was also shown that replenishing these bacteria via vaginal suppositories halved the recurrence rate for infection. We should be turning to the use of vaginal suppositories to treat women with recurrent urinary tract infections ...

Probiotics vs Antibiotics
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Probiotic means for life and antibiotic means against life. Antibiotics unfortunately destroy the vast majority of microbes that live in the GI tract. We depend on these microbes for digestion, absorption, and good health.

Probiotics, Diarrhea, and S. Boulardii
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When we use antibiotics we destroy the microbial ecosystem in the gut that can lead to overgrowth of microbes that can cause yeast overgrowth. S. boulardii is a friendly yeast that crowds out pathogenic yeast that make us sick. Overuse of antibiotics often also leads to superinfections with C. difficile that causes a horrible inflammation ...

Stress, the GI Tract, and Immunity
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The effects of stress on immunity has been studied and shows that it even affects the number and types of microbes that can survive in the human GI tract. Probiotics have a lot to do with digestion, synthesis of vitamins such as vitamin K, B5, B6 and biotin, stimulation of immunity, regulation of immunity. Many people consider the stool in ...

Super Natural Home with Beth Greer Part II
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Indoor pollution is worse, according to the EPA, than outside. Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, come from paints and glues and should be avoided. They are endocrine disruptors that are not safe. Even candles and air fresheners are another source of air pollution in the home. Beeswax is best for candles. Fragrances have up to 100 chemicals ...

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