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Biofilms are protective shields formed by underlying infections within our bodies. In this blog post, we’ll simplify the information discussed in our recent podcast episode and explore the critical role biofilms play in autoimmune conditions and overall health.

 

Understanding the Bigger Picture

 

To grasp the importance of biofilms, we first need to consider the broader context. Our bodies are constantly exposed to stressors, toxins, chemicals, and microbes. Ideally, our detoxification system should handle these challenges, but when it doesn’t function optimally, these intruders can persist and cause health issues.

 

The Connection to Underlying Infections

 

Underlying infections often create biofilms, which are essentially protective sacks. These biofilms house complex communities of microorganisms, allowing these infections to evade the body’s defenses. The immune system recognizes the presence of foreign entities within the biofilm but can’t access them, which can lead to autoimmune disorders.

 

Why Prioritization Matters

 

Effective treatment of underlying infections requires a stepwise approach. The first step is breaking down these biofilms. Only then can we effectively address the infections hidden within. The order of addressing these issues is crucial for a successful outcome.

 

Taking Action: Disrupting Biofilms

 

To disrupt biofilms, we can use essential oils like tea tree and thyme, which have been shown to be effective. Proteolytic enzymes, such as CTzyme from Cellcore, can also help break down biofilms. Properly working with a practitioner is essential to ensure you’re following the right approach.

 

The Role of Binders and Regular Bowel Movements

 

Using a binder is crucial when breaking down biofilms, as it helps mop up the substances released during the process. Ensuring you have one to three bowel movements daily is extremely important as this is how your body eliminates biofilm remnants.

While it’s possible to address underlying infections independently, working with a qualified practitioner is often the best approach. They can provide personalized guidance, ensuring you’re following the correct order of treatments and using the right solutions.

 

Understanding biofilms and their role in underlying infections is a critical step in your journey to improved health. By simplifying this complex topic, we aim to empower you with the knowledge needed to take control of your well-being. Stay tuned for more insights in upcoming podcast episodes as we delve deeper into specific aspects of underlying infections and how to address them effectively!

 

 

P.S. If you’d like to revisit the full podcast episode on biofilms, you can listen to it here .

Hey there, I’m Kari!

As a Pharmacist and Integrative Health Practitioner, I get the privilege of working with women who are struggling with fatigue, poor sleep, painful cycles, digestive issues, and irritability- all of which have become their norm. And they are struggling just to keep up, simply wanting their health back.

I know what it’s like to feel frustrated and left with the same issues, even after spending time, energy & money thinking I’d found the answer.

With the right support, a proven method, and the Lord as our guide, let’s get your health back so you can run the race set before you with perseverance and joy.

So thankful you found your way here! 

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