Bacteria Diseases
and Bad Bacteria

Bacteria diseases are created when your body does not have enough "Good" bacteria or probiotics, but does have a lot of bad bacteria.

A list of bacterial diseases created by this imbalance does include everyday annoyances as well as serious diseases like Cancer.

What are probiotics?

These are the good bacteria that your body needs in order to digest foods and fight disease.

And the ratio of friendly or "Good Bacteria" to "Bad Bacteria" should be somewhere in the range of 80% (Good) to 20% (Bad). Most people are walking around with a ratio of 80% (Bad Bacteria) to 20% (Good Bacteria).

Some of the reasons that bacteria diseases have grown over the last few decades is that we've increased our consumption of over-processed foods as well as GMO foods.

Partial List of Bacterial Diseases

Lyme Disease

Impetigo

Salmonella Food Poisoning

Botulism Food Poisoning

Acne & Boils

Caries & Gum Disease

Strep Throat

Gonorrhea & Syphilis

Urinary Tract Infections

Leprosy

Whooping Cough

Tuberculosis

Tetanus

Bacterial Vaginosis

What are Probiotics - Sources?

Did you know that our ancestor's food contained much more bacteria - mainly in the form of "Good Bacteria"? 

And I don't think they faced the amount of bacteria diseases that we are facing in our modern era.

A diet of highly processed and nutrient depleted foods has lead to an increase in bad bacteria and a very long list of bacterial diseases.

However, good bacteria or probiotics will thrive when we eat the foods that promote their growth and eliminate what kills them such as irritants or toxins from our food and environment.

Why You Need
Good Bacteria

Good bacteria is involved with the digestion of your food, absorption of minerals, creation of vitamins, and the promotion of colon health in general.

It's important to remember that you have 10 times more bacterial cells in your body than human cells.

And to be afraid of bacteria is like being afraid of yourself!

What Kills Good Bacteria or Probiotics?

Too Much Sugar

Yeast Overgrowth

Too Much Salt & Spicy Foods

Aflatoxins from Grains

Coffee & Caffeine

Preservatives

Pesticides

Pasteurized Dairy Products

Alcohol & Drugs

Hand Sanitizer

Antibiotics

Birth Control Pills

Chlorine

Heavy Metals

Highly Processed Foods

Fried Foods

Oregano & Cloves

Industrialized Fertilizers

Roundup

GMO Foods & Factory Farmed Foods

What Promotes Good Bacteria?

"Real" Sauerkraut

Sprouted & Fermented Grains

Lacto-Fermented Foods

Raw Grass Fed Dairy Products

Soaked Nuts & Seeds

Free Range Poultry Products

Grass Fed Meats

Wild Caught Fish & Seafood

Coconut Foods

Foods with Chlorophyll

Organic Vegetables

Low Sugar Fruits

Medicinal Mushrooms

Probiotics & Prebiotics

Organic Fertilizers


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