Clostridium difficile (C-diff)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Clostridium difficile: a VIRULENT form of clostridium.

Overview

C-diff is a bacterium involved in MRSA and is a VIRULENT form of staph.

C-diff infections occur when the terrain of the body comes under extreme assault.

See Mysterious Infections and Diseases by clicking hyperlink.

According to the Germ Theory of Disease, infection is blamed on foreign ‘agents’ that  invade the body, set up shop and go about infecting the system.  According to Germ Theory, MRSA is such a bacteria, but is it?

‘Staph’ is a resident bacterium in the body; it is not something you ‘catch’ in the hospital environment. The trigger that causes benign staph bacteria to turn virulent is stress and trauma associated with surgery and hospital related emergency procedures, NOT some unknown acquisition of a distinctly different form of staph.  MRSA is a morphed form.

MRSA [methecilin-resistant staphaureous] is another example of a morphed virulent bacteria for which patients are wrongly treated.  Presence of a particular bacteria DOES NOT prove cause, just presence and it is mycotoxins from molds that cause non-virulent bacteria to morph into virulence.

Use of antibiotics is a factor in turning regular staph into virulent MRSA.  Antibiotics do serious  damage to the intestinal (gut) wall, but MOST IMPORTANTLY, cause fungal takeover and DNA merger of human DNA with fungal DNA and the creation of a hybrid human being whose immune system see fungus as “human” and normal and not a threat to the body.

Antibiotics destroy the gut microbiome (friendly bacterial matrix) causing the gut wall to become inflamed and the intestinal tract, toxic.

Antibiotics have their place in life or death medicine ONLY!!!!

Other factors trigger MRSA, such as stress, drugs, trauma etc. which cause metamorphosis and outbreak of friendly bacteria into virulent organisms.

The controlling factor is the ‘state’ of the patient’s TERRAIN prior to admission for surgery or trauma.

The terrain controls, and molds and fungus control the terrain. See Germ Theory of Disease by clicking hyperlink.

Also see Autoimmune Attack Cycle™ by clicking hyperlink.

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

Read the 6th edition of the book, Young Again!

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