What is Bacteria? Most of you know the simple dictionary definition, that Bacteria are microscopic living organisms, usually one-celled, that can be found everywhere. They can be dangerous, such as when they cause infection, or beneficial, as in the process of fermentation (such as in wine) and that of decomposition.
– I like this definition –
One or single-celled organisms without a true nucleus. There are several different types…the rounded or spherical-type, which occur as single cell units (micrococci), pairs called diplococci, a cluster-type called staphylococci, and the chain-type well-known by most folks as streptococci.
The second type of bacteria is the rod-shaped or bacilli. The third type is spiral, of which the rigid ones are called spirilla and the more flexible are known as spirochetes.
Dr. Robert Morse, N.D. describes Bacteria as “microscopic and they live and thrive in lymph congestion. The lymph tissue is your septic system, which moves cellular wastes and by-products of metabolism out of the body.” What are the wastes and by-products? They can appear as mucus on the skin, in the gastrointestinal tract and throughout the body where toxins are present.
I want to focus on the ‘Intestinal Bacteria’ – in your gut. What are you feeding it? Since your body is filled with the good, the bad and the ugly bacteria – your goal should be how to NOT harm the good bacteria. How do you do that? You start with your diet…what you eat, drink, etc. – healthy foods.
Bad bacteria love complex sugars, milk and starch by-products. These foods are what causes you to catch a cold (so to speak). When you ‘catch’ a cold the body starts purging the lymphatic system, causing a discharge of mucus and parasites feeding within it. This purging is usually from the sinuses, lungs, kidneys and bowels and then you are feeling the full body purge with that “achy-all over” feeling.
In essence you need to eat less sweets, stay away from the dairy products, and starches. You need to increase the fermented type foods that are available to eat, such as sauerkraut, beets, home-made yogurt – a probiotic source, and avoid carbohydrates which cause acid reflux. There are cultures – such as the Japanese that eat lots of fermented foods and thereby avoid digestive issues.
The bacteria all along the GI tract (called flora), helps the body to break down foods. Many vitamins – such as the B-vitamins, are created by the actions of bacteria that live in your GI tract. This is good!
In Summary – you need to keep your body pure and clear of mucus and impurities, and strengthen your cells. Parasites form because they thrive only in a base of toxicity and mucus – as this is their food source. Keep in mind that ‘healthy cells are not food for parasites. Watch your stools, detoxify yourself. As only the strong survive in this world – work on becoming healthy and vital and your life will change – all in good time and in every way imaginable. You will have a vitally healthy intestinal tract (gut).
May God bless your efforts – and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!