Tag Archives: Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s novel Anti-Biofilm Protocol – Real Causes, Real Results

Alzheimer's novel Anti-Biofilm Protocol

Fully comprehensive, Alzheimer’s focused brain research has been delayed over the past decades due to pharmaceutical companies only focus on man-made, synthetic compounds (all drugs are toxic to the neurons as they are not nutrients) and due to various popular groups, including the ‘coconut oil/ketogenic diet group’, demanding more attention to their narrow interests than […]

Landmark Anti-Biofilm Protocol (Lyme Disease, Autoimmune Conditions)

Landmark Anti-Biofilm Protocol (Lyme Disease, Autoimmune Conditions)

The extracellular polymeric substance (EPS), also called ‘slime’, covering and cementing of biofilm colonies protects the bacteria from antibiotics, bacteriocins (produced by probiotics), antibodies, and other medicines/herbs which might kill it. EPS acts as diffusion barrier to these molecules, protecting the microbes hiding behind the EPS matrix. Biofilms can vary in thickness from a mono […]

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