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James do you agree with any of this?
I don't know if you have time but if you do happen to have time can you tell me if any of this is true about probiotics and Candida etc. It seems along the line you say about not liking pro biotics and Candida is a natural part of the body etc. http://www.healingnaturallybybee.com/art...o2.php#s33
Here is a good part of it for you to read.

On page 432 Dr. Price writes about a girl who had 42 cavities and was put on a nutritious diet, along with 1/2 teaspoon of a high vitamin A butter oil mixed with 1/2 teaspoon of a very high–vitamin cod liver oil. Dr. Price writes: "Important light is thrown on this case by both the chemical analysis of the saliva and the bacterial count. The inorganic phosphorus (a mineral found in meats and eggs) of the saliva . . . was changed from +19.1 to -29.5. The bacterial count change for L. acidophilous was from 680,000 to none." [Note: In a previous paragraph he explains that phosphorus needed for teeth and bones "is higher" in the saliva of people with cavities and who have poor health.]

Dr. Price's change in nutrition included an increase in activator X (research at the Weston A. Price Foundation found activator X is vitamin K2, a fatty acid), vitamin A, a reduction in carbohydrates, and an increase in mineral-providing foods. Before the change in nutrition, when tooth decay was considered active, L. acidophilous averaged 323,000 colonies per cubic centimeter of saliva, and after treatment, it averaged 15,000. Note: L. stands for lactobacillus.

On page 436, Figure 139, he illustrates six typical cases under influence of a reinforced diet, when inorganic phosphorus [a mineral found in meats and eggs] factor changes from an average of +11.5 to -13.9 and L. acidophilous count fell from 323,000 to 15,000.

Dr. Price's information begs the question: If good bacteria, like L. acidophilous, are so important for health then why do people who get proper nutrition as Dr. Price provided, have less L. acidophilous? That means we need to question the role that "supposedly" friendly bacteria play in the body, and how and why the body creates such bacteria.

Many references state that L. acidophilous is a lactic acid producing bacteria that causes tooth decay, and mouth and gum diseases. Please note that the acidic form of lactate, lactic acid, cannot be formed under normal circumstances in human tissues. That makes one wonder whether "so–called" friendly bacteria, like L. acidophilous, are created by the body, just like it creates viruses, bacteria, candida/fungus, etc., in order to handle a non–optimal health condition.

Under conditions of "excess glucose" and "limited oxygen" the body needs lactic acid in its acidic form, in order to increase the body's production of hydrogen peroxide which is an oxgenating substance. Lactic acid bacteria is usually found in decomposing plants and lactic products, and it produces lactic acid as the major end–product of glucose/carb fermentation, which is the acidic form of lactic acid. Therefore friendly bacteria actually create an acidic environment.

This, in addition to the fact that a healthy small and large intestine are alkaline. Only the stomach is acid. When stomach acid increases enough it stops digestion of carbs which begins in the mouth, and it continues carb digestion in the small intestines. Stomach acid mainly digests protein.

The mouth produces enzymes that start digestion of carbs which can only work in an alkaline environment, so the mouth needs to be alkaline. When Dr. Price wrote that L. acidophilus was drastically lower in the mouth of people who were properly nourished it makes perfect sense. The mouth creates more mucus in order to minimize the damaging effects of substances like sugars/carbs and toxins on the teeth (hardened mucus is called plaque). Mucus contains bacteria, like Lactobacillus Acidophilus in order to break down such substances and it produces lactic and other acids that cause cavities, gum disease, etc.

As the food empties out of the stomach into the first part of the small intestines, called the duodenum, IF the pancreas detects the mixture contains enough fluids and stomach acid it is able to do its job. First the pancreas must make the mixture alkaline, so it pours lots of bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) onto the mixture. Then the pancreas produces digestive enzymes to digest protein, carbs and fats. Pancreatic enzymes only work on an alkaline mixture, just like enzymes in the mouth, therefore, doesn't it stand to reason that if the small and large intestines are not alkaline they are not able to digest foods like they should?

Some claim friendly bacteria found in the small and large intestines are acid–forming bacteria called lactobacteria, and include various species belonging to larger groupings named Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium and Streptococcus. The two most important species are considered to be Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium bifidus. If that is true, such bacteria would make the small intestines acidic, which means all digestive enzymes produced by the pancreas and small intestines would be inactivated, so digestion would be very poor. Therefore the presence of such bacteria in the small and large intestines means poor digestion, similar to those bacteria in the mouth, which it means the person's overall health is very poor.

Fungus like candida (yeast) can grow in either an alkaline or acidic environment so that's why people can have candida/yeast in their mouth, in their stomach (which is acidic), in their intestines (which are alkaline), and also on their skin which is normally acidic.

Since probiotics in supplements or foods like yogurt or sauerkraut are mostly protein, and also contain carbs and fats, they would be digested the same way any other protein, fat and carbs are digested. That's why some companies make enteric coated capsules. An enteric coating is applied to oral medication that controls where it will be absorbed in the digestive system. Enteric refers to the small intestine, therefore enteric coatings prevent release of medication before it reaches the small intestine.

Most enteric coatings do not break down in the highly acidic environment of the stomach, but they rapidly break down in the alkaline environment in the small intestine. Materials used for enteric coatings include fatty acids, waxes, shellac, plastics, and plant fibers. Fatty acids are digested in the small intestines, while waxes, shellac, plastic, and plant fibers would arrive at the large intestines as undigestible materials.

However, the small intestines does not require bacteria in order to digest protein, fat and carbs, since it produces many powerful digestive enzymes for that purpose. Very little is left of foods at the end of the small intestine, which mainly consists of undigestible carb fibers, undigestible sugars, residues of secretions, dead cells (the intestinal lining regenerates itself every 4–5 days, so there's a lot of dead cells), and water.

The human digestive system is incapable of breaking down fibers, which are the cell walls of all plant foods, like animals who are designed to consume plant foods, called herbivores. Herbivores like cows and sheep have teeth for grinding up plant foods, and digestive systems containing billions of bacteria, fungus and bugs that break down plant cell walls (cellulose) releasing the nutrients inside. That's why herbivores produce a lot of gas, and since they consume only carbs/sugars they are fat and bloated. For more details see Comparison Between the Digestive Tracts of a Carnivore, a Herbivore and Man.

If humans consume raw plant foods they arrive at the end of the small intestines undigested. This forces the large intestines to create bacteria, fungus, etc. in order to break them down. Bacteria, fungus and other bugs produce digestive enzymes capable of breaking down fibres, undigestible sugars, and other undigestible materials. Fungus like candida are also capable of changing heavy metals into less toxic substances so they are less damaging. This means the colon is changed into a fermentation chamber that creates a lot of gas, bloating, and many other digestive problems and diseases.

It is well–known that inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn's Disease (inflammation and diarrhea of the large intestines), etc. are because the intestines has more mucus, called biofilms, created by micro–organisms, including bacteria and yeast/fungi, just like bioflims are formed in other areas of the body, and in Nature. Fermentation also makes the large intestines acidic, when it is needs to be alkaline so it can perform its many important functions.

The large intestines is where probiotics are "supposedly" needed. However, it is highly unlikely probiotics could arrive intact and unchanged though the stomach and 24 feet of small intestines in order to populate the large intestines with live active bacteria. If the enteric coated capsule arrives in the large intestines intact it will be an undigestible material, which means bacteria, parasites or fungus/candida must be created in order to break it down. Each kind of bacteria and fungus produces different kinds of digestive enzymes that break down different kinds of undigestible materials.

The main functions of the large intestines are to absorb water from the remaining indigestible food matter, to break down undigestible material, and to pass useless waste material from the body. The intestinal lining regenerates itself every 4–5 days so stools will contain a lot of dead cells, including dead cells sent to the large intestines from other areas of the body.

The literature is loaded with information that the small and large intestines "supposedly" have "good bacteria" which are healthy. If that were true then those good bacteria would make the intestines acidic, which interferes with digestion instead of aiding it. Like the mouth, such "good bacteria" in the intestines is a sign of poor health due to an excess of glucose (sugar), lack of oxygen and mostly because of indigestible carbs (plant foods) that humans are not able to digest.

Therefore, it is only logical that "good bacteria" (probiotics) are created by the body when they are necessary, just like it create bacteria, parasites, fungus like candida (yeast), etc. in order to clean itself up of toxins. That idea is totally foreign to people today who do not understand that The Germ Theory of Disease is False. There is also evidence that some people have no probiotics in their intestines and that humans survive very well without any gut bacteria.

The bottom line is, that our bodies are smart enough to balance out all nutrients, hormones, water, etc. levels if we treat them according to Nature's Laws on Health and support our health with proper nutrition and eliminate toxins and damaging foods. Our bodies are also smart enough to create any probiotics, i.e. "good bacteria" when, and "if," they are needed.


How You Can Get Healthy

Candida, bacteria, parasites, and cancer cannot be cured by "killing them off" or ":trying to get rid of them" as the medical industry claims, because it does not work that way according to Nature's Laws on Health and Healing. Candida, bacteria, parasites and cancer, as well as any other health issues, are only cured by getting healthy, which is done by:
1. Consuming the correct combination of nutrients that all Humans need in order to be healthy (Bee's diet and all recommended supplements).
2. Eliminating toxins and foods that contribute to poor health.
3. Eliminating damaging foods.
4. Eliminating toxins in general.

When you are healthy enough your body automatically "changes" candida (or any bug, cancer, etc.) back into the organism it is supposed to be when it is healthy.

It's like the manure pile and the flies, with the manure pile representing the poor condition of the body. You cannot get rid of the manure pile by killing off the flies. You must clean up the manure pile instead, which means getting healthy according to Nature's Laws on Health.
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RE: James do you agree with any of this?
(08-09-2012 10:15 PM)Rzarector7 Wrote:  This is one of the most poorly written articles I have ever read. The author seems to ramble and stray a lot never really making any specific points throughout the article. So you really do not get to the point they are trying to get to until the end of the article. There are also a number of errors and misconceptions throughout the article. I will address some of them.

I don't know if you have time but if you do happen to have time can you tell me if any of this is true about probiotics and Candida etc. It seems along the line you say about not liking pro biotics and Candida is a natural part of the body etc. http://www.healingnaturallybybee.com/art...o2.php#s33
Here is a good part of it for you to read.

On page 432 Dr. Price writes about a girl who had 42 cavities and was put on a nutritious diet, along with 1/2 teaspoon of a high vitamin A butter oil mixed with 1/2 teaspoon of a very high–vitamin cod liver oil. Dr. Price writes: "Important light is thrown on this case by both the chemical analysis of the saliva and the bacterial count. The inorganic phosphorus (a mineral found in meats and eggs) of the saliva . . . was changed from +19.1 to -29.5. The bacterial count change for L. acidophilous was from 680,000 to none." [Note: In a previous paragraph he explains that phosphorus needed for teeth and bones "is higher" in the saliva of people with cavities and who have poor health.]

The fact that they were willing to give a ""girl", implying someone young, high does of vitamin A is a major concern. Even doses as low as 100IU daily can lead to bone destruction. High does daily can lead to liver damage. A younger person would be more prone to the liver damage in particular since it would take less of this cumulative vitamin to cause liver damage. The breakdown of bone by the excess vitamin A could account for the rise in phosphorus.

Dr. Price's change in nutrition included an increase in activator X (research at the Weston A. Price Foundation found activator X is vitamin K2, a fatty acid), vitamin A, a reduction in carbohydrates, and an increase in mineral-providing foods. Before the change in nutrition, when tooth decay was considered active, L. acidophilous averaged 323,000 colonies per cubic centimeter of saliva, and after treatment, it averaged 15,000. Note: L. stands for lactobacillus.

And what does Lactobacillus have to do with anything. Cavities (carries) are primarily caused by Streptococcus mutans, not Lactobacillus species. And there other factors involved such as the amount of saliva.

On page 436, Figure 139, he illustrates six typical cases under influence of a reinforced diet, when inorganic phosphorus [a mineral found in meats and eggs] factor changes from an average of +11.5 to -13.9 and L. acidophilous count fell from 323,000 to 15,000.

An excess of phosphorus intake leads to bone deterioration by pseudohyperparathyroidism. Basically this means the rise in phosphorus makes the parathyroid glands think that there is a lack of serum calcium. So the parathyroids release parathyroid hormone (PTH) to break the bones down to raise calcium correcting the calcium-phosphorus ratio imbalance. This is why red meats and dairy in particular are well known for causing bone loss when consumed in excess.

Dr. Price's information begs the question: If good bacteria, like L. acidophilous, are so important for health then why do people who get proper nutrition as Dr. Price provided, have less L. acidophilous?

The real question should be since the good bacteria are so essential for proper health then why would a diet that deliberately decreases their numbers and promotes bone loss be healthy?

That means we need to question the role that "supposedly" friendly bacteria play in the body, and how and why the body creates such bacteria.

Let's see. To kill pathogens, to prevent the overgrowth of Candida, to boost the immune system, to produce B vitamins and vitamin K, to enhance nutrient aborption, for the production of the majority of the body's serotonin,...

Many references state that L. acidophilous is a lactic acid producing bacteria that causes tooth decay, and mouth and gum diseases.

Again, Streptococcus mutans is the primary cavity causing bacteria, not Acidophilus.

Please note that the acidic form of lactate, lactic acid, cannot be formed under normal circumstances in human tissues.

Well they finally got something right.

That makes one wonder whether "so–called" friendly bacteria, like L. acidophilous, are created by the body, just like it creates viruses, bacteria, candida/fungus, etc., in order to handle a non–optimal health condition.

The body does not create viruses, bacteria or Candida/fungus. These all come from external sources. Once Candida enters the intestines though it does take up residence where it becomes a "normal" part of the body in its yeast form.

Under conditions of "excess glucose" and "limited oxygen" the body needs lactic acid in its acidic form, in order to increase the body's production of hydrogen peroxide which is an oxgenating substance.

OK, so how do they explain this contradiction. They admit above that lactic acid is not produced by the body. But hydrogen peroxide, which serves a number of purposes is produced by cells within the body such as T-killer cells that need the peroxide to kill cancer cells. So where does that peroxide come from since lactic acid is not produced in the body?

Lactic acid bacteria is usually found in decomposing plants and lactic products, and it produces lactic acid as the major end–product of glucose/carb fermentation, which is the acidic form of lactic acid. Therefore friendly bacteria actually create an acidic environment.

Lactic acid is the acidic form of lactic acid? Gee, who knew?Wink

I guess the author also has no clue what the various benefits of that acidic environment are.


This, in addition to the fact that a healthy small and large intestine are alkaline.

The only fact here is that they are wrong. The pH of a healthy intestine varies. Part of the small intestine are alkaline while parts are slightly acidic to slightly alkaline. The colon needs to be slightly acidic or the Candida present will convert to a fungal form leading to damage.

Only the stomach is acid. When stomach acid increases enough it stops digestion of carbs which begins in the mouth, and it continues carb digestion in the small intestines. Stomach acid mainly digests protein.

Stomach acid does not digest protein. In fact it does not digest anything. Digestion is completed by enzymes.

The purposes of stomach acid include killing of pathogens in food and activating the protein digestive enzyme pepsin.

This is also a great example of a poorly written sentence. The author writes "When stomach acid increases enough it stops digestion of carbs which begins in the mouth, and it continues carb digestion in the small intestines". The way the sentence is written this implies that stomach acid promotes digestion of carbohydrates in the intestines. Once stomach acid leaves the stomach it is neutralized, so it has nothing to do with continuing carbohydrate breakdown. The digestion of fats, proteins and carbohydrates on the intestines is conducted by pancreatic enzymes.


The mouth produces enzymes that start digestion of carbs which can only work in an alkaline environment, so the mouth needs to be alkaline.

This is incorrect. Salivary amylase has an optimal pH range from slightly acidic to neutral.


When Dr. Price wrote that L. acidophilus was drastically lower in the mouth of people who were properly nourished it makes perfect sense. The mouth creates more mucus in order to minimize the damaging effects of substances like sugars/carbs and toxins on the teeth (hardened mucus is called plaque).

Again incorrect. Plaque consists of cross linked sugar molecules called dextran. Dextran is not mucus, nor formed from mucus. It is generated by S. mutans and Lactobacillus bacteria in the mouth, which the bacteria uses to cement the bacteria to the tooth surface.

Mucus contains bacteria, like Lactobacillus Acidophilus in order to break down such substances and it produces lactic and other acids that cause cavities, gum disease, etc.

Another contradiction. They just said "The mouth creates more mucus in order to minimize the damaging effects of substances like sugars/carbs and toxins on the teeth (hardened mucus is called plaque)". If the mucus is being formed to protect the teeth and the mucus contains the bacteria they claim causes cavities then how is the mythical mucus full of cavity forming bacteria protecting the teeth?

As the food empties out of the stomach into the first part of the small intestines, called the duodenum, IF the pancreas detects the mixture contains enough fluids and stomach acid it is able to do its job. First the pancreas must make the mixture alkaline, so it pours lots of bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) onto the mixture. Then the pancreas produces digestive enzymes to digest protein, carbs and fats. Pancreatic enzymes only work on an alkaline mixture, just like enzymes in the mouth, therefore, doesn't it stand to reason that if the small and large intestines are not alkaline they are not able to digest foods like they should?

Misleading. First of all most pancreatic enzymes work most efficiently at a neutral to slightly alkaline pH. Being outside of "optimal" does not mean the process stops. Secondly, parts of the small intestine are alkaline, but not the entire small intestine. The acids from the intestinal flora in the small intestine serve various functions including enhancing mineral absorption through acidification.

But pancreatic amylase also functions best in a slightly acidic to neutral pH.

Other enzymes from the body and food can function in anywhere from an acidic to alkaline pH depending on the enzyme.


Some claim friendly bacteria found in the small and large intestines are acid–forming bacteria called lactobacteria, and include various species belonging to larger groupings named Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium and Streptococcus.

Bifidobacterium and Streptococcus are not Lactobaterium. Lactobacterium are a totally different Genus.

The two most important species are considered to be Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium bifidus. If that is true, such bacteria would make the small intestines acidic, which means all digestive enzymes produced by the pancreas and small intestines would be inactivated, so digestion would be very poor.

Already explained above why this is not true.

Therefore the presence of such bacteria in the small and large intestines means poor digestion, similar to those bacteria in the mouth, which it means the person's overall health is very poor.

Completely wrong.

Fungus like candida (yeast) can grow in either an alkaline or acidic environment so that's why people can have candida/yeast in their mouth, in their stomach (which is acidic), in their intestines (which are alkaline), and also on their skin which is normally acidic.

Again misleading. First of all, Candida albicans is a dimorphic microbe. This means it can exist in two forms, in this case a yeast or a fungus. Which form it will take depends on the pH of the terrain. In an acidic environment the Candida growth gene is turned off and the Candida remains in its benign yeast form. In an alkaline environment the Candida growth gene is turned on and the Candida morphs in to its aggressive and pathogenic fungal form.

Since probiotics in supplements or foods like yogurt or sauerkraut are mostly protein, and also contain carbs and fats, they would be digested the same way any other protein, fat and carbs are digested. That's why some companies make enteric coated capsules. An enteric coating is applied to oral medication that controls where it will be absorbed in the digestive system. Enteric refers to the small intestine, therefore enteric coatings prevent release of medication before it reaches the small intestine[/color].

Again misleading. Many of the bacteria are killed by the high concentration of stomach acid. But it is a numbers game. With such a high number of bacteria some will always make it in to the intestines intact where they can be fed by fibers and will grow.


Most enteric coatings do not break down in the highly acidic environment of the stomach, but they rapidly break down in the alkaline environment in the small intestine. Materials used for enteric coatings include fatty acids, waxes, shellac, plastics, and plant fibers. Fatty acids are digested in the small intestines, while waxes, shellac, plastic, and plant fibers would arrive at the large intestines as undigestible materials.

Waxes, shellac and plastics are not broken down at any point in the digestive system.


However, the small intestines does not require bacteria in order to digest protein, fat and carbs, since it produces many powerful digestive enzymes for that purpose. Very little is left of foods at the end of the small intestine, which mainly consists of undigestible carb fibers, undigestible sugars, residues of secretions, dead cells (the intestinal lining regenerates itself every 4–5 days, so there's a lot of dead cells), and water.

The human digestive system is incapable of breaking down fibers, which are the cell walls of all plant foods, like animals who are designed to consume plant foods, called herbivores.

This is misleading. If the author researches the subject then the author would find that the fibers consumed by other animals are broken down by bacterial fermentation and enzymes produced by the bacteria in our intestines break down fibers through fermentation and enzymatic activity.

Herbivores like cows and sheep have teeth for grinding up plant foods,

Omnivores, such as humans also have such teeth. For example molars.

And if we were only designed to eat meat then why do we starch and sugar reducing enzymes?


and digestive systems containing billions of bacteria, fungus and bugs that break down plant cell walls (cellulose) releasing the nutrients inside. That's why herbivores produce a lot of gas, and since they consume only carbs/sugars they are fat and bloated. For more details see Comparison Between the Digestive Tracts of a Carnivore, a Herbivore and Man.

Maybe the author should read this instead:

http://michaelbluejay.com/veg/natural.html


If humans consume raw plant foods they arrive at the end of the small intestines undigested. This forces the large intestines to create bacteria, fungus, etc. in order to break them down. Bacteria, fungus and other bugs produce digestive enzymes capable of breaking down fibres, undigestible sugars, and other undigestible materials. Fungus like candida are also capable of changing heavy metals into less toxic substances so they are less damaging. This means the colon is changed into a fermentation chamber that creates a lot of gas, bloating, and many other digestive problems and diseases.

Some fibers, such as psyllium are well known for causing gas and bloating. But not fibers produce excess gas.

On the other hand a high meat diet can slow digestion leading to more gas formation as the meat sits in the intestines and rots. If the author does not think that proteins can generate gas then how do they explain the bloating of a dead body?


It is well–known that inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn's Disease (inflammation and diarrhea of the large intestines), etc. are because the intestines has more mucus, called biofilms, created by micro–organisms, including bacteria and yeast/fungi, just like bioflims are formed in other areas of the body, and in Nature.

Again wrong. IBS and IBD have been linked to a lack of intestinal flora.

Crohn's disease is an autoimmune disease triggered by pathogenic bacteria and involving adrenal dysfunction. Keep in mind that pathogenic bacteria in our intestines are kept in check by our intestinal flora.

Furthermore, biofilms and mucus are not the same thing. In fact they are not even related. Biofilms are are thick films or microorganisms that adhere to a surface and each other. And unlike mucus, bacteria is not produced by the body. Mucus is primarily composed of glycoproteins and are produced by the body to help protect membranes and to help kill pathogens like bacteria.


Fermentation also makes the large intestines acidic, when it is needs to be alkaline so it can perform its many important functions.

No, the colon needs to be acidic to stay healthy and prevent Candida overgrowth.

The large intestines is where probiotics are "supposedly" needed. However, it is highly unlikely probiotics could arrive intact and unchanged though the stomach and 24 feet of small intestines in order to populate the large intestines with live active bacteria.

Again, it is a numbers game. All the bacteria have to do is get past the stomach acid. They are not going to be destroyed in the intestines.

If the enteric coated capsule arrives in the large intestines intact it will be an undigestible material, which means bacteria, parasites or fungus/candida must be created in order to break it down.

The author is once again being contradictory. If enteric coatings are designed to break down in an alkaline environment then why would they arrive at the large intestine intact. The author claims that the small intestine is alkaline, which is partially true. So the enteric coating should break down in the alkaline areas of the small intestine long before reaching the large intestine.

Each kind of bacteria and fungus produces different kinds of digestive enzymes that break down different kinds of undigestible materials.

The main functions of the large intestines are to absorb water from the remaining indigestible food matter, to break down undigestible material,

So reducing the growth of the beneficial bacteria in the colon would therefore interfere with the function of the colon. I guess the author did not catch that contradiction either.

and to pass useless waste material from the body.

The beneficial bacteria in the colon also serve other functions such as breaking down toxic metabolites, production of B vitamins and vitamin K, producing most of the body's serotonin, regulation of intestinal peristalsis, controlling Candida overgrowth, etc.

The intestinal lining regenerates itself every 4–5 days so stools will contain a lot of dead cells, including dead cells sent to the large intestines from other areas of the body.

The literature is loaded with information that the small and large intestines "supposedly" have "good bacteria" which are healthy. If that were true then those good bacteria would make the intestines acidic, which interferes with digestion instead of aiding it.

Because that is not the case, it is just the opposite.

Like the mouth, such "good bacteria" in the intestines is a sign of poor health due to an excess of glucose (sugar), lack of oxygen and mostly because of indigestible carbs (plant foods) that humans are not able to digest.

Total BS!!!

Therefore, it is only logical that "good bacteria" (probiotics) are created by the body when they are necessary, just like it create bacteria, parasites, fungus like candida (yeast), etc. in order to clean itself up of toxins.

The body does not "create" any of these. That would be like saying that if you picked up athlete's foot from a public shower the body created that fungus.

That idea is totally foreign to people today who do not understand that The Germ Theory of Disease is False.

The germ theory is not false. The only people I have seen claim such nonsense are those who have no idea how the body really works such as the author of the write up I have been addressing.

There is also evidence that some people have no probiotics in their intestines and that humans survive very well without any gut bacteria.

Who? Where is the proof of this?

What happens for example when someone takes antibiotics killing off most of these beneficial bacteria? Chronic diarrhea for one. IBS, intestinal infections, decrease nutrient absorption, etc.


The bottom line is, that our bodies are smart enough to balance out all nutrients, hormones, water, etc. levels if we treat them according to Nature's Laws on Health and support our health with proper nutrition and eliminate toxins and damaging foods. Our bodies are also smart enough to create any probiotics, i.e. "good bacteria" when, and "if," they are needed.

Again misleading. The body DOES NOT produce these bacteria on demand. Does the author think these bacteria can magically appear? No, like all other cells they need a food source to grow. What is one of their main food sources? Fibers.

(08-09-2012 10:15 PM)Rzarector7 Wrote:  

How You Can Get Healthy

Candida, bacteria, parasites, and cancer cannot be cured by "killing them off" or ":trying to get rid of them" as the medical industry claims, because it does not work that way according to Nature's Laws on Health and Healing. Candida, bacteria, parasites and cancer, as well as any other health issues, are only cured by getting healthy, which is done by:
1. Consuming the correct combination of nutrients that all Humans need in order to be healthy (Bee's diet and all recommended supplements).
2. Eliminating toxins and foods that contribute to poor health.
3. Eliminating damaging foods.
4. Eliminating toxins in general.

So a good start would be limiting the intake of meats and dairy that tend to be loaded with toxins.

When you are healthy enough your body automatically "changes" candida (or any bug, cancer, etc.) back into the organism it is supposed to be when it is healthy.

More BS!!!

http://www.MountainMistBotanicals.com
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RE: James do you agree with any of this?
Thank you James, the more I read the more I agree with you on this one and see this as bs. What else is funny is they say killing Candida is wrong and will not work at all but after that when mentioning avoiding cleansing recommend Coconut Oil (Which like herbs will kill Fungus) and so on and say your body will detox! Just after they say avoid a detox and so on with herbs but the way the person says to so called Detox is correct? I read more of it and it's lunacy, period.


Thank you, Sean.
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