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April 4

Probiotics – replace only your missing microbes

FCT has advocated for many years a strictly individualized and cautious use of probiotic’s. The main physiologic principle of their function is not based on “more is better” but on mutual balance and synergism which can only be achieved through individualized bio-resonance testing.  The human gut microflora is not uniform but varies with age, diet and a person’s individual history of antibiotic intake.  The current mass supplementation with probiotics increases the microflora’s balance or imbalance by  over-supplementing the unnecessary flora while under-supplementing  the missing species.   NYU Professor of infectious diseases Martin J Blaser MD confirms this point in his recent book (2014) “Missing Microbes”  How the overuse of Antibiotics is Fueling our Modern Plagues.

What we should be asking;

  • Which organisms are my body missing
  • Why are my lost bacteria different from others
  • How can I recolonize only these missing microbes
  • What caused these microbes to disappear
  • Did I receive at birth all the necessary microbes

A few examples of some of the necessary 17 microbes :

Are you missing the probiotic Lactobacillus Casei necessary for the following;

  • used for milk fermentation
  • breaks down carbohydrates
  • inhibits growth of pathogenic and putrefactive bacteria in the small intestine – contains enzymes that facilitate the breakdown of milk proteins and polypeptides as well as gluten

or

Lactobacillus Bulgaricus – useful for the following

  • Suppresses inflammatory immune reaction in the intestinal wall
  • Indigestion, heartburn and acid reflex, constipation and acute diarrhea

or

Lactobacillus salivarius

  • Found in the mouth and small intestine
  • Improves bleeding gums, tooth decay, bad breath, oral thrush and canker sores
  • It works to eat away encrusted fecal matter throughout the entire c0lon and repairs intestinal tract by providing needed enzymes and essential nutrients

 

or Bacillus Coagulans

  • Useful for IBS, constipation, abdominal distention, gut dysbiosis
  • Neonatal diarrhea
  • Antibiotic diarrhea
  • Vaginitis
  • Lowers Cholesterol levels – significantly reduces LDL and increases HDL

 

Further more

  • If your birth was not a natural vaginal birth then you will be missing essential microbes for good gut health.
  • Your Antibiotic use over your lifetime – since Antibiotics suppress or eliminate some microbes which ones are you missing and how is this affecting your health

Bioresonance testing will determine which microbes you are missing – how often and for how long you will need to take the supplements for

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