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Treatment of Dysbiosis Print E-mail

Dr. Kennedy

While it may be a creepy fact to consider, we have long known the human body is literally covered with micro-organisms. Every millimeter of skin and mucous membrane is inhabited by tiny animals. The lining of the gut, from one end to the other is especially well populated as is the respiratory tract, and sometimes even the blood itself. In the normal condition organisms found on and in the body are friendly, a condition called eubiosis. This is a gift of nature. Certain conditions disrupt this condition and cause dysbiosis, a distinctly unfriendly circumstance. Here are those conditions:

  • Acidification
  • Generalized toxicity
  • Heavy metal toxicity
  • Hypometabolic states
  • Hidden chronic infections

Correction of dysbiosis is achieved by life-style changes (optimization of diet, exercise, and emotional life). However, if it were as easy as that, you probably would not be seeking my help. Damage to the immune system does not always respond to changes in life-style as you probably have already discovered. That is where the German SanPharma isopathic remedies have their place in medicine. Clearance by the FDA in the year 2000 for the use of these remedies by licensed doctors is probably the best thing which has happened to natural medicine in the U.S. for the past 25 years. These remedies have the power to restore eubiosis in a matter of months in cases of dysbiosis of years duration. They actually restore the gut's ability to regulate the intestinal flora. The action of these remedies alters micro-organisms back to the eubiotic state.

The information in this article is not meant to be medical advice.�Treatment for a medical condition should come at the recommendation of your personal physician.

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