Antibiotic Overuse Might Be Why So Many People Have Allergies

  • metta

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    Sep 30, 2015 4:16 AM GMT
    Antibiotic Overuse Might Be Why So Many People Have Allergies
  • FRE0

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    Sep 30, 2015 10:23 PM GMT
    There should be more research done on gut microbes and how to correct the situation of the mix of microbes is causing problems.
  • FitBlackCuddl...

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    Sep 30, 2015 11:50 PM GMT
    metta saidAntibiotic Overuse Might Be Why So Many People Have Allergies

    Why not use vitamins (like C) and probiotics to keep the body balanced and regulated.
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    Oct 01, 2015 12:28 AM GMT
    Are there any comments about antibiotics in our food supply?
  • transient

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    Oct 03, 2015 10:37 AM GMT
    Antibiotics are not the wonderdrug they were claimed to be.

    They kill the good bacteria along with the good stuff....... more than half of your immune system health resides in your intestines and bowels.

    Everytime you take antibiotics you wipe it ALL out.

    The easiest way to great intestinal health and healthy immune system able to keep in check the bad bacteria we all harbour is by using a probiotic.

    Im not talking Yakult, denone or stupid £2 a shot yoghurt.

    Ferment your own health with KEFFIR.

    Use it to culture fresh milk with 40+ yeasts and bacterias.... taken daily as a tonic, your internal flaura will bloom and you will be revitalised by health.

    With healthy super strong guts, you will not need antibiotics.

    I have not had an antibiotic for 10 years.

    This isnt expensive either - you can buy keffir grains online on ebay - I used to sell them for £2 and they last a lifetime.

    Pop the grain in some milk, leave for 24 hours - the milk is now cultured.
    Strain the grain out and put in tomorrows milk.
    Repeat adfinitum.
    The grains are alive and in time will grow and regenerate untill you have soooooo much you have to give away to friends and family.