intestinal flora

Bacteria in Intestinal Flora

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  • A STUDY ON EFFECT OF NATURALLY MAGNETIZED WATER ON THE STABILITY OF BACTERIA IN INTESTINAL FLORA

     

    Ohno, Y. and Reminick, H. "A Study on Effect of Naturally Magnetized Water on the Stability of Bacteria in Intestinal Flora: Implications for Health and Anti-Aging", Explore! for the Professional, Prescott, AZ, Vol 10:3, 2001.

    Introduction: Conventional medicine is still driven by Pasteur's Germ Theory, which he recanted before his death. Pasteur based his theory of disease on what he discovered in how fermentation takes place, which he believed was the result of the effect of bacteria on yeast and could not take place outside of living cells. However, von Liebig discovered what was to become the Chemical Theory, that fermentation was caused not by bacteria, per se, but by changes in the molecular structure of bacteria. This opened the door for studying how bacteria works in the intestinal flora of the body, and how bacteria can either produce fermentation, which keeps bacteria healthy and stable, or putrefaction, which produces destructive bacteria. Bacteria in the body is responsible for critical bodily functions and, therefore, must not be destroyed. The free use of antibiotics over the past 40 years has been attributed to the destruction of essential bacteria in the body and a rise in chronic, degenerative diseases.

    Biomagnet Therapy