Iodine and Gut Bacteria

Iodine and Gut Bacteria

Does iodine kill good bacteria in the gut?   If iodine is antibacterial and antifungal, how does it improve gut flora? Iodine is a basic element with strong antimicrobial properties. Your body has many specific uses for iodine and so it doesn’t want to...
Iodine and Flu Variants

Iodine and Flu Variants

Iodine circulating in the blood is captured by numerous tissue sites and ends up in mucus secretions. These tissues include the salivary glands, nasal secretions, lungs and stomach. Tissues and mucus products containing iodine defend against invasion by bacteria and viruses. Respiratory and oral transmission are key pathways for viral infections. With enough supplementation, iodine can be ever-present and ready to defend in both the upper- and lower-respiratory systems as well as in the stomach.

Immune Boosting Herbs

Immune Boosting Herbs

  Immune Boosting Herbs   Minor adjustments to our diet can go a long way to help prevent and overcome viral infections. Here we look at six immune boosting herbs which are used in traditional healing and also show promise in recent research. I will also...

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