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On November 21st, 2016 by Lynn Morales

What is a Microbiome?

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What in the World is a Microbiome?  

Your Key to a Strong Immune System

Want to address in your own body the latest in scientific research?  Then you should be very interested in what a microbiome means to you.  A lot of the information on these has come out in the last several years.  In 2012, the Human Microbiome Project served to tell us that our relationship with microbes is much more symbiotic than originally thought.

What is a microbe you ask?  Oh, you’ve heard of them; viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungus.  All the things that can have a huge impact on your immune system and how you are able to support it.  The Project taught scientists that these bugs or critters are actually very helpful to us and in fact outnumber us 10:1 and reproduce about a million times more efficiently than we do.

The discovery of microbiomes has found that we have one for the skin, the gastrointestinal tract (including oral), the eyes, the respiratory system and the urogenital tracts.  The microbiome is the inner lining of these locations in the body where the outside world hits the inside world.  Let me explain.  Imagine the air you breathe.  Any number of “things” or microbes could be in that air at a given time.  Now imagine that air coming into your body through the nose or mouth and then down into the rest of the respiratory system.  Every part of the lining on the inside of your respiratory system that the outside air is now interacting with in the respiratory tract is what we are referring to as the microbiome.  That balance between how your internal good critters are able to live in harmony with what the outside air has delivered is your body ecology and you hope for balance.

So what does this mean to you?  Well, re-read the different types of microbiomes.  If you have chronic or acute illness with the various body systems mentioned above as microbiome categories, there is a good chance that you would benefit from having your microbiome balance evaluated.  The good news is that you have the opportunity to support your immune system with this new found scientific research.  

Find out how BodyTalk can help you strengthen and balance these microbiomes so you can live more in harmony with the critters designed to have a mutually beneficial relationship.  

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On December 18th, 2012 by Lynn Morales

Immune System Resistance - The Size of the Bug

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immune-systemYour immune system does a remarkable job of defending you against disease-causing microorganisms. Research conducted in the 1950’s showed that the underlying nutritional strength, resistance, and strong immune status was the reason some people did not develop polio after being exposed to the virus.  To keep your immune system fighting germs that want to invade your body, you must maintain adequate nutrition.  The susceptibility to an infection depends not only on the strength of the bug but on the underlying health and nutritional status of your body.  Most physicians do not support this concept but believe that if you are exposed to a bug, you are going to get sick.  This is part of the reason we have antibiotic abuse and a backlash of drug resistance and the destruction of healthy intestinal flora.

The truth is with serious diseases and cancer, it is not drugs but your strength and immune power that dictate your success over infection and disease.  Following general good-health guidelines is the single best step you can take toward keeping your immune system strong and healthy.  Eating a whole-foods diet, nutritional supplements, and enzymes could be effective against a disease as complex and deadly as cancer.  Bolster your immune system with Immuplex and Congaplex  from Standard Process.

Contact Lynn for more information about Standard Process Products and how you can use dietary supplements to improve the quality of your life.

BodyTalk Access can aid in the healing process by using your body's innate inborn ability to heal.  By tapping the Access routine, your body can begin to see where to send resources so that you can experience health in a new way.  The Body Chemistry technique assists in strengthening the immune system to address viruses, harmful bacteria, fungi and parasites.

If you have not taken BodyTalk Access, then please consider taking this invaluable course in Dallas/Ft.Worth on January 26, 2013. Register today!  Your health and your family's health may depend on it.

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