What Are Beneficial Bacteria?
The beneficial microorganisms in the Primal Defense are multiple strains of beneficial “transient” and “resident” bacteria. Our bodies do not manufacture soil bacteria; we used to ingest them every day with unpolluted food from rich non-chemical soil. Since it is difficult to get unpolluted food or soil any more, and we live a lifestyle that kills off much of the good bacteria in our bodies, we have to supplement our diet every day with these organisms. “Resident” bacteria such as acidophillus can only proliferate when we eat the right living foods, our colons are not overrun with yeast or pahogenic bacteria, and our colonic pH is slightly acidic. Beneficial bacteria have multiple function in our bodies. One is to cleanse the rotting layers of undigested hydrocarbons lining our digestive system (including the small intestine); another is to trigger the immune system to create extra immune-bolstering chemicals and extra antibodies (B-lymphocytes). These vigorous antibodies travel the bo