These days it’s not a question of “how did I get a parasite” but how on earth do I stop getting one?”
Our results are consistent with findings from laboratory studies and provide longitudinal human data, suggesting that people with high mercury exposure in young adulthood may have elevated risk of diabetes later in life.
Mycoplasma is an atypical bacteria that typically starts with a chest infection.
“Preventing mildew means controlling moisture, killing the fungus and its spores”
“The pathogenic Mycoplasma used to be very innocuous, but biological warfare research conducted between 1942 and the present time has resulted in the creation of more deadly and infectious forms of Mycoplasma.”
H. Pylori is the bacteria that causes stomach ulcers and stomach cancers
“In-vivo studies have demonstrated the lifespan-extending ability of six polyphenol-containing plants. These include five widely consumed foods (tea, blueberry, cocoa, apple, pomegranate) and a flower commonly used as a folk medicine (betony).”
Less toxins reabsorbed= less strain on kidneys and less progression of chronic kidney disease.
1. Many chronic infections occur in the body in combination with other infections and surround themselves with a protective layer called a biofilm. Single antimicrobial strategies may not work because they can’t penetrate the biofilm and because there may be more than one microbe.
“The message to both clinicians and clinical microbiologists is that there are no uniformly nonpathogenic fungi: any fungus can cause a lethal infection in a sufficiently immunocompromised host and should never be dismissed out of hand as a contaminant.
Dr Emerson was recently interviewed on ‘Know the Cause’, the most popular health television programme in the US.
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