Beneficial Intestinal Bacteria

Inside a healthy lower intestine are billions of beneficial intestinal bacteria or microflora. These bacteria are of the bifidus and acidophilus strains and were transferred by breast-feeding into our intestines as newborn infants.

The acidophilus and bifidus are used by the body in the final stages of digestion. They do this work and reproduce themselves in total harmony with the body. Toxins, especially drugs, can damage or destroy these beneficial bacteria, allowing harmful bacteria to take over. Harmful bacteria produced by-products like ammonia, purines and ethionine, which can cause cancer. Deficiencies of beneficial bacteria are common especially after heavy use of antibiotics, narcotics or after a severe bout of diarrhea. The devitalizing effect caused by harmful bacteria in the intestine is rarely diagnosed. Headaches, skin infections, weakness and constipation can be symptoms of depleted intestinal bacteria.

Water and juice fasting reduces intestinal bacteria as there is no pulp to live one. Fasting, using an enema with tea tree oil, sea salt, colloidal silver, can kill all intestinal bacteria and all harmful bacteria and therefor it is recommended that you take an pro-biotic after fasting to reestablish intestinal bacteria.

By Tom Coghill of Articles  may be copied or reproduced as long as the back links to are intact and the author’s name is included.

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3 Responses to Beneficial Intestinal Bacteria

  1. nikspanoudakis says:

    what is the effect of fasting on our intestinal flora?

  2. Ron says:

    Hi nik, It’s mostly the flushing and enemas that reduce the flora. But any long fast
    will have a depleting effect. Live cultures should be a regular part of our diet anyway!
    We can never get too much!

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