Bacteria – Friend or Foe

Vladimir Nazaredic from the Genomic Research Laboratory at Geneva University Hospitals (HUG)  states that out of the 13,000 scientifically recognised bacteria species around 150 of these are pathogenic to humans. 

As we have stated elsewhere, we regard all of our microbes as having the capacity to be both beneficial and harmful in the body. 

We believe that every microbe has a benign version of itself and a pathogenic one.  It is well documented that the good bacteria of the gut are essential for keeping pathogenic bacteria under control. 

We have no difficulty admitting the benefits of lactobacillus, bifidobacterium including enterobacter and Staphylococcus.

Even in the case of E-Coli there is a beneficial form of E-Coli which is called E-Coli Nissle 2017.  This is administered in a probiotic called Mutaflor and it has been very successful in assisting with such issues as:-

  • Chronic constipation
  • Abdominal pains and cramps

Another known example is H Pylori.  For many years, H Pylori has been associated with gastritis, peptic ulcer, Parkinson’s disease, cerebral vascular disease and sudden death. 

A study entitled “Helicobacter Pylori colonisation is inversely associated with childhood asthma” (Yuchen & Martin J Blaser), School of Medicine and Microbiology, New York University. This study has been cited many times as an example of how using antibiotics to kill off H Pylori in children has led directly to high levels of childhood asthma.  The benefits of H Pylori are regarded as:-

  • Helps regulate the production of stomach acid
  • Participates in the creation of a healthy immunity
  • Participates in the secretion of gastrin (stomach brain communication)
  • Protects against asthma and allergies
  • Is present in the majority of children

It has also been found that the fermentation produced by lactobacisullus protects H Pylori and that turmeric regulates the action of H Pylori as well as Omega 3 fatty acids.  This is an example of how a bacteria which is long been associated as an enemy of human immunity can also be highly beneficial. 

More and more examples of microbes which have a friendly contribution to make to human health are being discovered all of the time. 

For example, Epstein Barr virus is the carrier of extremely useful  information in the regulation of the glandular system. When it is out of balance it does cause glandular problems. 

When Epstein Barr is in balance it helps the glandular system to function well. 

Another example is staphylococcus aureus generally regarded as being an unfriendly bacteria.  This bacteria first enters the human microbiome at birth where the baby picks it up from the skin of the mother and it forms part of the baby’s new immune system.   

Of course, when it is out of balance, it can cause many different types of skin issues and permit fungal infections.

On the other hand, when it is well balanced, it provides protection of the skin against many other microbes as well as fungal infections. 

In complimentary multi-dimensional medicine, we take a benign attitude to microbes.  Microbes are us and they play a big part in our immune system combined with immune cells to provide us with a good strong protective system for our health and well-being. 

In applied biomagnetic therapy, the foundation of multi-dimensional medicine we do not wage war on microbes, and we don’t believe that doing so is proving to be successful for humans.  More and more bacteria are becoming immune to antibiotics as are virus to anti-viral. 

Why wage war on ourselves in this way.  Why not take a compassionate and kind approach to our immune system and work with it in order to cooperate in finding healthy solutions to our illnesses.  Our body wants to cooperate with us, our biology is evolutionary, and it can evolve.  So, let’s take a different approach.