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Wednesday, May 15, 2024 7:55 AM

From a lecture given by Dr. Michael Greta, DAc, MS, CDN, Dipl Ac. ABT (MCCAOM), LMT

hosted by Standard Process in Culver City, CA March 8, 2015

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1- Autoimmune diseases (AIDS) and allergies involve, as a critical step, a loss of the normal relationship with the human microbiome

2- This can involve either a changed balance or presence of micro-organism (mainly bacteria), including those that are potential pathogens, in the mouth, throat, stomach, small or large intestine, urinary bladder, lungs and skin 

3- The loss of this normal relationship up regulates a number of aspects of the immune response creating a pro-inflammatory state and a perception of ‘danger’ that is a breaching of the ‘alarm’ threshold (immune dysregulation) 


A good remedy is to increase your gut flora. We have products that help restore balance in your gut, and many probiotic products exist on the market, but if there is bacteria in any of the organs mentioned above, that needs to be handled to help restore balance. Get tested if you suspect that you have a bacteria that is creating a recurring condition with inflammation. 

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