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This is an interesting article from GreenMed on how bacteria can help dotoxify the body of harmful toxins, including toxins from vaccines. 

 

 

 

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[t]he unintended adverse health effects of vaccines often far exceed their purported benefits. This is especially true for so-called "attenuated" live vaccines, such as oral polio vaccine, which have recently been linked to tens of thousands of cases of childhood vaccine-induced paralysis in countries like India.  Oral Saccharomyces boulardii, a beneficial form of yeast, has been found in an animal model to prevent oral polio vaccine-induced IgA nephropathy, a form of immune-mediated kidney damage.   Additionally, probiotic bacteria have been found to positively regulate the two poles of immunity (TH1/TH2), which vaccines often upset by inducing hypersensitization via over-activation of the adaptive/humoral (TH2) pole of immunity.

http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/8-ways-microbes-can-save-us-ourselves1


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