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Bad Bacteria Thrive on Unhealthy Tissue and Cells

Bad Bacteria

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  • When you eat too many grains, sugars, and processed foods, these foods serve as “fertilizer” for pathogenic microorganisms and yeast, causing them to rapidly multiply
  • Using antibiotics, consuming low doses of antibiotics in your food, and eating genetically modified foods may further encourage “bad” bacteria to thrive
  • The best way to support microbial health and diversity is to eat a varied diet, including plenty of fiber-rich vegetables and fermented foods while avoiding antibiotics and processed foods

By Dr. Mercola

The bacteria in your body, once thought to be more of a nuisance than an asset, are integral to your very survival. Your body is in fact a complex ecosystem made up of more than 100 trillion microbes that must be properly balanced and cared for if you are to be healthy.

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