The biofilm treatment protocol has been consistent in giving results not only in autism but also in a variety of bacterial overgrowth conditions. If you would have asked me a year ago, what treatment gives the most consistent results and improvement, I would have said either Methyl B12 injections or diet, but not this year. If you'd like to know the results of biofilm treatments in chronic illnesses and bacterial overgrowth, read on.
Benefits of Biofilm Treatment in Chronic Illnesses and Bacterial Overgrowth!
A Great Therapy for Gastrointestinal Tract Problems!
Problems in the GI tract such as Small Intestinal Bacterial Growth (SIBO) are among the hallmarks of chronic illnesses. Many patients report bowel bacterial overgrowth issues, but many also do not. But, laboratory results often reveal problems even in patients with no bowel complaints.
Increased intestinal permeability caused by abnormal bowel flora is also associated with many chronic illnesses. A search of the NIH medical database on "Increased Intestinal Permeability" brought up 3,327 citations in the medical literature.
Biofilm Treatment Disorder!
Pathogen-containing biofilms may be a common thread in many disorders. Autism is no exception. We have found out that by addressing intestinal dysbiosis (presence of unhealthy flora) and the biofilm that protects it, great improvements in children with autism are possible. They have better speech, eye contact, and cognitive function.
Understand biofilm treatments and bacterial overgrowth more by watching this video from National Science Foundation's channel:
This has not been without a cost as the biofilm protocol seems to come with a lot of side effects. But, in almost every impressive treatment, the benefits have been worth going through its side effects.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on November 29, 2014, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.