Biofilm | Biofilm Bacteria
When any invaders or bugs such as undigested food, bad bacteria, parasites, pathogens, etc. enters our digestive tract, they’re all disconnected. However, once they are inside our digestive tract, they form communities. Very tight communities that build up each other and live on each other. They form complexes of millions of little organisms. Gross, isn’t it? When these organisms end up in the gut or close to one another, they produce a coating that looks like mucous and is coated with the bacteria. This is what BIOFILM is all about – the worst part is that biofilm makes organisms inside our bodies a thousand times more resistant to antibiotics.
As I mentioned above, parasites, candida (yeast in your gut) and bacteria can share a biofilm, which means it creates an army of bad bugs against our immune system in the guy and our intestinal wall. The protective shield, biofilm makes us resistant to our own body’s immune system and antibiotics as well as good bacteria (probiotics).
As if that’s not bad enough, heavy metals are sequestered in the biofilm, which makes it even harder for our bodies to remove it-and leads to awful symptoms and health issues. To restore your gut back to good health, you must FIRST remove the biofilm before anything else. I’ve used some of the following from my Integrative MDs:
- Mastic Gum
- Oil of Oregano
I was prescribed MEGA doses of Western medicine antibiotics years ago before I discovered Integrative Medicine and my gut never healed – nor did I ever feel better. WHY? Because, we must first remove the biofilm and chelate the heavy metals and toxins to soften up the biofilm. This is an awful process and quite painful in terms of detox, but it’s the only way to restore health according to my Integrative MDs.
Today, I’ve gone through the biofilm protocol, chelation and lots of detox with all of my doctors. My biofilm is gone and I am feeling great!
It is essential to work with a nutritionist and an Integrative M.D. because I am sharing general information that is not intended to be medical advice. This information is only given for informational purposes.