Bowel disaster

Something like 60 to 100 million of us live with a severe form of dysbiosis called small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, or SIBO, in which bowel microorganisms have ascended up the ileum, jejunum, duodenum, and stomach, a massive onslaught of infection and inflammation that results in increased intestinal permeability and entry of bacterial lipopolysaccharide, LPS, and other factors into the bloodstream that massively increase body-wide inflammation, absolute bowel disaster. But what sets this enormous disruption of human health in motion? Why would a perturbation of human health of such huge proportions get rooted in the first place? We swim in a sea of factors that disrupt bowel flora. They’re in the air, water, food, things we touch. Among the factors that change/disrupt bowel flora, altering the normal order of life and the coexistence of humans and microorganisms: Antibiotics–There are certainly times when antibiotics are truly required. But there are many more times when they are not. Each and every exposure to antibiotics alters bowel flora in ways that we can only begin to imagine. Antibiotic residues in food–Because farmers and agribusiness make such enthusiastic use of antibiotics, our food now contains substantial antibiotic residues. Herbicide/pesticide residues in food—Just as Roundup kills weeds in your lawn, so it does in your bowels. This and MANY other herbicides and pesticides in your non-0rganic food exert peculiar effects on the c...
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