Phase I: Disrupting the Biofilm

What we’ve found is that most chronic conditions are dealing with an overgrowth of gut pathogens (yeast, bacteria or molds). Once these pathogens become overgrown within the gut, they create biofilm, which can cause a lot of ancillary damages & symptoms within the host. This is a very important step as any type of protocol that doesn’t first address the biofilm issue will unfortunately be doomed from the start.

Biofilm Life Cycle

This overgrowth can be complicated since many people can have a pathogenic overgrowth happening and still not show any digestive symptoms. It often varies from person to person how this kind of stress shows up in the body.

Whether they realize it or not, the biggest issue that medicine and practitioners are having is with biofilm. Biofilm is an incredibly intelligent protection mechanism that all pathogens create in order to protect themselves from their environment.

It’s a slimy, impenetrable matrix that even the most potent antibiotics cannot penetrate. Once this biofilm is established in the body, it becomes almost impossible for immune cells to penetrate & I had finally realized this was what was sabotaging my treatment protocol efforts every time.

This biofilm is made up of toxic secretions by these pathogens, called endotoxins, which are neurotoxins and can also harbor heavy metals and other viruses and molds which can leach into the bloodstream wreaking havoc on your nervous system.

These pathogens also secrete exotoxins which essentially are released into the host to break down living tissue for them to utilize. Over time, this exotoxin can break down links in the intestinal wall called “tight junctions” which help keep the intestinal wall intact. Once these tight junctions break, small amounts of food, pathogens and toxins can now enter the bloodstream causing all kinds of autoimmune symptoms. This is known as leaky gut syndrome.

Disrupt, means we find a way to safely dissolve this biofilm within the gut so that we can expose the pathogenic colonies underneath that are causing neurotoxic damage. Once this biofilm is dissolved, our immune system can once again begin to control the populations of gut pathogens.

One of the safest and most effective biofilm disruptors that we’ve found are enzymes. Our body already creates enzymes for almost every biochemical reaction it does, however, it is often not enough for dissolving biofilm once it’s been established. Dissolving this biofilm is a big job!

Biofilm Dissolving Enzymes

The real way for using these specialized enzymes is to take them on an empty stomach, at least 1 hour away from food. Or else they will simply go to work on digesting whatever food is in your stomach and won’t have the chance to get into the bloodstream where they can be most effective.

We’ve found a specific combination of enzymes that work incredibly well for dissolving pathogenic biofilms from all kinds of disease causing pathogens and other molds/yeasts and also addresses all aspects of biofilm control. It is full spectrum, meaning it works to break down all elements of the biofilm wall at once, while minimizing the side effects of biofilm disruption in the body.

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