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"When I first heard about this product, well frankly, I thought to myself 'this is probably just snake oil.' I was very suspicious. So I went out to Los Angeles and interviewed people who had used it, and looked at their medical histories, and I became a believer. Without a doubt, people are being helped." **

Dr. Don Boys, PhD., Indiana-Former Member, House of Representatives, Columnist for USA Today- Bio/Tech News 1993

Fighting Off Bad Bacteria: Staying Healthy

by Frank Burns

Understanding the difference between bad and good bacteria and what they do to your body is extremely important. People rely on friendly microorganisms to help control unfriendly microorganisms and keep their bodies functioning properly. Pathogens, commonly referred to as infectious organisms, such as virus, bacteria, mold, and yeast are the cause of many diseases and can seriously compromise the ecology of the gut and the immune system. For this reason, fighting off these unfriendly bacteria is
necessary for good health.*

Unfortunately pathogens are everywhere, from the foods you eat to the items you touch and the air you breathe. This means people are constantly exposed to harmful microorganisms that can make them sick. Because we have been raised in a hyper-cleanliness environment, we are now forced to be extra careful when it comes to unfriendly bacteria and germs in order to maintain vital health and wellness.*

Most people go about their activities without considering the amount of germs their bodies are exposed to on a daily basis. Public restrooms are probably one of the worst offenders harboring the type of bacteria we should stay well away from. It is vital that you wipe down toilet seats, wash your hands before returning to other activities and be sure to thoroughly dry them with a paper towel. *

Always sanitize your kitchen with a non-toxic substance before and after use. The bacteria found in your kitchen can contaminate food which could lead to digestive problems, such as diarrhea. Make sure to wash fruits and vegetables before consumption. A good, safe, cleaning solution to use is equal parts of filtered water and 3% hydrogen peroxide. And, on counter tops and cutting boards undiluted 3% hydrogen peroxide is safe to spray directly on the surface.*

When you are out in public places try not to touch things numerous other people have had their hands on. Public phones, elevator buttons, bathroom doorknobs, and handrails are just a few items to avoid. It is a good idea to keep antibacterial wipes with you, at all times, so you can wipe your hands when required. Keep your hands away from your face as much as possible.  Just a word of caution though, use antibacterial wipes and soaps with discretion, as overuse leads to over sterilization and can make matters even worse.*

To protect others and prevent the spread of pathogens, you should always cover your nose and mouth when sneezing and coughing. Fighting off unfriendly bacteria is simple if you follow these easy tips and keep your environment reasonably clean. *

* Note: These customer statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.



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