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Alarming GI Damage Post COVID Shot–dr.-sabine-hazan-on-the-alarming-damage-observed-in-gi-bacteria-post-vacci.html  Video Here (Approx. 3 Min)

Dr. Sabine Hazan on the Alarming Damage Observed in GI Bacteria Post-Vaccination

“Their bifidobacteria dropped to like zero—from like a million to like zero…There was a persistence in the damage, not only 90 days but 6-9 months later.”

“First of all, there was no way I was going to publish this cuz nobody would have taken that so I decided to submit it to the American College of Gastro as a presentation, as a poster.” ~ Dr. Sabine Hazan, Gastroenterology specialist with over 31 years experience

Bifidobacteria is one of the major phyla and most abundant genera in the healthy intestinal tract of humans and is even more pronounced in infants, especially during lactation, when it constitutes a majority of the total bacterial population. One of the early pioneering colonizers of the early gut microbiota it plays important roles in the metabolism of dietary components otherwise indigestible in the upper intestine and in the maturation of the immune system.  It also interacts with human immune cells and modulates specific pathways involving innate and adaptive immune processes.  Source

Hazen speculates that the reason for the lack of bifidobacteria is due to the COVID injections creating bacteriophages or bifidophages.

She also discovered that this bacteria is completely missing in breast-feeding infants of mothers who got the gene therapy injections.

  • Hazen coauthored a paper that found that low bacterial diversity and depletion of Bifidobacterium genera either before or after infection led to reduced proimmune function, thereby allowing SARS-CoV-2 infection to become symptomatic. This particular dysbiosis pattern may be a susceptibility marker for symptomatic severity from SARS-CoV-2 infection and may be amenable to preinfection, intrainfection or postinfection intervention.
  • She also coauthored the book, “Let’s Talk SH!T: Disease Digestion & Fecal Transplants.”
  • In 2021 the NIH reconsidered ivermectin as a possible treatment for COVID due to the Ventura Clinical Trials, owned and operated by Hazan, which found ivermectin and HCQ were remarkably successful in treating COVID.

How to Fix Recurring Treatment Resistant Intestinal Yeast Overgrowth

How to Fix Recurring Treatment Resistant Intestinal Yeast Overgrowth

By Dr. Marty Ross

How to Treat Chronic Recurrent Treatment Resistant Intestinal Yeast Overgrowth Image

Weed, Seed, and Feed for Chronic Recurring Intestinal Yeast Overgrowth

Due to antibiotic herbs and prescriptions used to treat Lyme, some people develop very difficult to treat intestinal yeast overgrowth once Lyme and related infections are in remission or eliminated. Such people may try repeated rounds of anti-yeast medications, only to have the intestinal yeast recur again and again. In this video article, Marty Ross, MD explains how to stop this problem using a “weed, seed, and feed” approach.

for more information about intestinal yeast overgrowth treatment and prevention see Kills & Prevents Yeast: A Brief Guide.

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Lyme Detox Webinar Tonight

Lyme Detox

How to Use Detox as an Effective Tool for Lyme Recovery

  • Wed. Jan. 18, 2023
  • 8 PM EST

Live Webinar + Q&A: Lyme Detox

Chronic Lyme patients know that following the right detoxification plan is vital to supporting the body’s ability to heal and avoiding or minimizing Herxheimer reactions that commonly occur with microbial die-off. But finding the right plan amidst all the products and programs out there can be downright confusing.

So which detox methods are best for removing toxins like mold, heavy metals, and bacterial die-off from the body, and when is the right time to put a Lyme detox protocol into action? 

Join a live webinar with Dr. Bill Rawls, author of the bestselling book Unlocking Lyme, as he shares a practical and sustainable approach to Lyme detox at a cellular and whole-body level. He’ll discuss his insights on the safest and most effective ways to naturally minimize the inflow of toxins, maximize the outflow, and speed your recovery.

PLUS: Don’t miss an exclusive gift for webinar attendees, and have your questions ready for a LIVE Q&A on Lyme detox with Dr. Rawls.

In This Webinar, Dr. Rawls Will Discuss:

*Environmental toxins that can overtax the body

*How MTHFR mutations and other genetic factors inhibit your ability to flush toxins

*Lifestyle and diet changes that enhance your body’s natural detoxification processes

*The best time to detox in order to optimize your Lyme treatment regimen

*The best herbs and natural supplements to increase toxin outflow

*Numerous insights during the live Q&A with Dr. Rawls



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The Power of Food For Pain Relief

Delicious Ways to Reduce Pain

Delicious Ways to Reduce Pain

The Power of Food for Pain Relief

The power of food to prevent and treat disease is vastly underestimated by both patients and physicians. This is no accident. Ever since the passage of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994, it has been a federal crime for food or supplement producers to make any claims about the health benefits of their products. Under the DSHEA, if a health claim is made for a food, that claim classifies it as a drug that requires FDA approval. Offenders can face prison terms equivalent to a life sentence. The sale of the products can be prohibited, and the products can be seized and destroyed. Few, if any, food or supplement producers can afford the hundreds of millions of dollars it costs to get drug approval. When a producer makes health claims for nutritional products, it’s a crime regardless of whether the information is true or is supported by scientific evidence. At the same time, pharmaceutical companies are free to promote their products, leading consumers to believe that the only treatments that are effective are pharmaceuticals.

The truth is that many foods contain powerful, health-enhancing ingredients that are scientifically validated to prevent and treat many chronic health conditions, including chronic pain. And many of these foods are very delicious. You can enhance your health and reduce your pain while enjoying delectable dishes that include cherries, blueberries, chocolate (my personal favorite), salmon and ginger, just to name a few. Read on to learn more. I’ve even included some recipes. (See link for article)



This article brings up an important point many are unaware of: our federal government is a captured agency that functions as a business that is actively using its vast power (paid for by us) to push anything it deems competition out of the way.  They have done this repeatedly with homeopathy, compounded medications, and supplements, and now they are attacking food.  The ‘powers that be’ want us eating insects, lab-grown meat, and whatever expensive, unnatural patented products they create that yield them high profits. Then, they plan on “vaccinating” plants for their diseases, animals to “sanitize the food supply,” and then “vaccinating” us through these “vaccinated,” unnatural foods which will also yield them incredible profits while leaving us all sick.  This, in turn will cause many to turn to Big Pharma for their magic remedy, which will also be lucrative.  It’s a monopoly that that has become a dangerous, tyrannical monolith affecting all of society – which must be broken.

This is the new normal and is a true war on food unless we refuse to go along with the dystopia. 

Having struggled with significant pain myself, I’ve come to learn about the importance of food in healing – particularly with regard to inflammation, detoxing, and nutrition.  A real, whole food diet is a requirement for health.  It should come as no surprise that our corrupt, power-hungry agencies are now attacking this as well.

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RMSF Masquerading as Gastroenteritis

Rickettsia – Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Masquerading as Gastroenteritis

By R.E.D. Laboratories

The recent article by Braun et al. explains the importance of test for Ricketissa tick-borne infection. This infection can hide numerous symptoms like fever, rash, gastrointestinal symptoms such as anorexia, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain.

The article: Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Masquerading as Gastroenteritis: A Common but Overlooked Clinical Presentation, shows a case of a 20-year-old male presented to the emergency department with many alarming symptoms.

It is important to test for Rickettsia in order to help identifying infection rapidly as well as avoid expensive workups and invasive procedures which may delay the needed treatment.

To ensure the detection of Rickettsia infections, R.E.D. Laboratories propose the new Phage Rickettsia test which can uncover a broad range of Rickettsias: Rickettsia japonica (multiple strains); Rickettsia heilongjiangensis (multiple strains); Rickettsia parkeri (multiple strains); Rickettsia raoultii (multiple strains); Rickettsia rickettsia (multiple strains); Rickettsia slovaca (multiple strains); Rickettsia montanensis; Rickettsia peacocki; Rickettsia africae; Rickettsia conorii.

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