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BACKGROUND IMAGE : “HISTOPATHOLOGIC IMAGE  REPRESENTING ANGIOINVASIVE ASPERGILLOSIS”

BY PATHOLOGIST KGH

USED UNDER CC BY-SA 3.0

J  A  N  E     L  I  M

  © 2014-2019 Jane Lim

Do good bacteria really exist?

November 8, 2016

 

 

1. Your body is a chemical factory

 

Your body is a chemical factory that generates energy and removes wastes out of your body.  The fuel is the foods and the oxygen that the body consumes everyday.  

 

You eat the plants or animals and convert the stored energy into your energy.  In the process of the energy transfer from the plants and animals to your body, you inhale Oxygen (O) and exhale Carbon Dioxide (CO2).  Misplacing those atoms will result in poisoning the body. 

 

The parasitic infection is not different from the state of inhaling Carbon Dioxide constantly. Therefore, the malfunction of the body is the consequence because the byproduct of those parasitic microorganisms is Carbon Dioxide.  A good example of this malfunction is your brain fog or bloated tummy or chronic fatigue. 

 

Do allegedly good bacteria also produce Carbon Dioxide?  The answer is yes.  Not only fungi but also bacteria such as Escherichia coli are used to make alcohol.  The bubbles of beer are Carbon Dioxide.  Do you feel energetic or tired after you drink alcohol?


2. Not only fungi but also bacteria cause low ATP and high LDH

 

Deprotonation is the removal (transfer) of a proton (a hydrogen cation, H+).  In other words, it is atom decay, fermentation.  When parasitic microorganisms are present in the hosts, the electrons are not transferred but destroyed.  This is the process when cancer cells (very cold) start to grow.  Cancer cells have low ATP and high LDH (dehydrogenation) activity while normal cells have high ATP and low LDH activity for this reason. 

 

Do allegedly good bacteria make you have low ATP and high LDH?  The answer is yes.  

When electrons are removed from atoms, the results are acids.  All microorganisms such as parasitic bacteria or parasitic fungi, which scramble the UV light, produce acids such as uric acid or lactic acid in the hosts. 

 

With Oxygen, healthy people can generate 30 ATP (energy) while unhealthy people can generate only 2 ATP (energy).  Without Oxygen, glucose produces Lactic Acid.  This is what happens when you host parasitic microorganisms resulting in chronic fatigue.  The level of Uric and Lactic Acid in Cancer patients is always high for the same reason. 

 

Do allegedly good bacteria produce those acids?  The answer is yes. 

 

3. What is the frequency of fermented foods?

 

The frequency of genius brain is 80-82 MHz while Candida overgrowth starts at 55 MHz.  Death begins at 25 MHz and the frequency of fresh foods is 20-27 Hz while the frequency of fermented foods is 0-15 Hz.  Why is that so?  Parasitic microorganisms produce acids by scrambling UVB.   In other words, they are destroyable by UVB.

 

Fermented foods such as alcohol give you no energy.  Without electrons, your body loses its ability to metabolize and to produce energy to live.  The consequence appears as metabolic failure such as lactose intolerance or as a lack of hormones. 

 

4. You are what you eat.

 

One good example of a fermented food is alcohol (pH 4-4.5).  Why do you see warnings about cancer on the alcohol beverage shelf or on its labels?   Both acute and chronic alcohol consumption reportedly have harmful effects on the human immune system, leading to increased susceptibility to infections like Streptococcus pneumoniae.

 

Why would Korean cancer patients stop eating Kimchi (fermented cabbage) and recover by eating raw vegetables?  Why do you think Kimchi causes a positive result for an alcohol test?  Why do Kimchi eaters suffer from Helicobacter pylori?   You get what you eat.

 

5. Is Yogurt effective to eradicate Helicobacter pylori?

 

The stomach bacterium Helicobacter pylori is known as a cause of ulcers and stomach cancer. 

 

A research team studied about yogurt that contains bacteria: Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus casei, Bifidobacterium longum, and Streptococcus thermophilus.    In the study, Helicobacter pylori eradication was evaluated by the 13C-urea breath test, histology, or the rapid urease test. 

 

The addition of yogurt containing probiotics to moxifloxacin-containing second-line treatment did not improve Helicobacter pylori eradication rates.  (Effects of Multistrain Probiotic-containing Yogurt on Second-line Triple Therapy for Helicobacter pylori Infection, Yoon et al, J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2011;26(1):44-48).

 

Why do you like to eradicate bacteria from your body after you add them to your diet?

 

6. What is the difference between Streptococcus in Yogurt and Streptococcus in your sore throat?

 

Generally, the species of bacteria used in yogurt are Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus bulgaricus. 

 

The risk factors of invasive infection from Group A Streptococcus (GAS) using Streptoccus pyogenes were studied for adults.   Strep throat is a sore throat caused by GAS.

 

In the study, the team learned that the risk factors were an exposure to one or more children with sore throats, HIV infection, history of injecting drug use, diabetes, cardiac disease, cancer, and corticosteroid use. The research team concluded that the host and environmental factors increased the risk for invasive GAS disease.

 

If the hosts have the history of infection caused by the pathogen which was used to ferment the foods, the body will resist the fermented foods to protect the body.

 

Do you think your body made a mistake?  If so, please read more.

 

7. How do bacteria or fungi punch holes in your gut?

 

Bacillus thuringiensis (bacterium) produces toxins that can kill insects by punching holes in their guts. Farmers have sprayed Bacillus thuringiensis onto their crops as a pesticide.  Bacillus thuringiensis pass through the holes in the intestines and invade the bloodstream.  During this process, you feel leaky gut. 

 

Do you still think that good bacteria may exist?

 

8. Are probiotics harmful or harmless?

 

Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (LGG) is a specific bacterial strain. Rautio et al reported the case of a 74-year-old diabetic woman developed LGG liver abscess and pneumonia 4 months after commencing daily LGG supplementation.   

 

Mackay et al reported the development of L. rhamnosus endocarditis after a dental extraction in a 67-y-old man, with mitral regurgitation, who was taking probiotic capsules daily.

 

Kunz et al described the cases of 2 premature infants with short gut syndrome who were fed via gastrostomy or jejunostomy and developed Lactobacillus bacteremia while taking LGG supplements.

 

De Groote et al reported 2 definitive cases of probiotic sepsis due to LGG in children.

 

It was also reported that a 4-month-old infant with antibiotic-related diarrhea after cardiac surgery developed LGG endocarditis 3 weeks after commencing LGG and that a 6-year-old girl with cerebral palsy and antibiotic-associated diarrhea developed LGG bacteremia on day 44 of treatment with LGG.   (Probiotic use in clinical practice: what are the risks? Boyle et al, Am J Clin Nutr June 2006 vol. 83  no. 6  1256-1264).

 

9. When do bacteria or fungi penetrate into your bloodstream?

 

What opens a door for the parasitic microorganisms to penetrate into the blood stream?   The answer is the same as the answer to the question about vaccine injuries.  The hosts’ failure to build antibodies and the microbial ability to mutate genes are the direct answer.

 

Why would some people build antibodies while others don’t?  Why some children develop autism after vaccination while others don’t?   The answer is rather in the question how much and how long the patients have been exposed to the microorganism at home or at work. 

 

You won’t give up a fight against one enemy.  However, if you have 10 billion enemies, you will give up the fight.  This was misunderstood as gene defects.  More seriously, the pathogens follow the hosts as parasites or as contaminants of households even if the hosts leave the place in which they have been infected.

 

Therefore, do good bacteria really exist?  Why are cigarette sales legally permitted while everyone knows of the risk?

 

If your problem is lactose intolerance, the answer is treating the microbial infection that caused the lactose intolerance.  If you lack vitamin D, the answer is finding a cause that increased the levels of Ergosterol and Cholesterol and a cause that blocked absorption of the sunlight.

 

What happens to your body when parasitic microorganisms multiply and mutate their genes to survive from your antibodies by a Horizontal Gene Transfer (HGT)?  Is there a remedy?

 

You can extend and expand your knowledge at “The Silent War Within: Biochemistry & Legal Research on Parasitic Fungi”.

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