Although fermented foods have been a part of many cultures for thousands of years, a renewed interest is bringing them into the limelight once again.
health freedom alliance, 30 December 2015
The statistics are sobering: in the United States alone, antibiotic-resistant bacteria cause 23,000 fatalities and at least 2 million new cases of disease annually.
Julie Wilson, December 28, 2015
Trillions of minuscule cells occupy the human body. Surprisingly, most of them aren't human, but instead are microbial in nature, meaning they're made up of bacteria, archaea, fungi, protists and viruses.
Candida is a very opportunistic. Once this fungus takes over, it can spread throughout the body. Candida burrows into the gut lining creating holes in the intestines that allow undigested food particles and other toxins to enter the bloodstream setting off an immune response that causes allergies, inflammation, and autoimmune diseases. This is called leaky gut syndrome.