I think people should understand that the chance of being exposed to a Super bug is very small. Even if they are exposed, the chance they’ll get sick from it is very small. And if they do get sick, most healthy people survive.
Having worked with environmental biology for close to 40 years within the context of a process called the Matrix Assessment Profile ( The M.A.P.) I have come to the conclusion and the opinion that these so called Super Bugs are not so super after all.
In fact they closely mimic the activity of genetic mutations in the sense that a mutated gene, just like these frightening Super Bugs, are rather harmless unless they are invited into an environment that will encourage and support their nasty tendencies.
In other words, the environment rules and one of the greatest strategies for preventing and allowing any of these potentially dangerous invaders from expressing their inherent traits is to insure the integrity of the biological environment.
In such an environment, everything that the body was designed to do works perfectly in maintaining the optimal function of all systems within the environment to insure that no function is compromised by an unwelcome invasion by either opportunistic mutations or organisms seeking to take advantage of compromises in the environment to gain a foothold and begin a sustained attack in an effort to establish a permanent residence.
SO HOW DOES THE BIOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT BECOME COMPROMISED AND HOW CAN WE PREVENT IT?
There are actually two schools of thought on this issue.As the expression goes, if you put a frog onto a hot frying pan it’ll jump right back out. But if you put the frog on the pan with the heat on low and gradually increase it, the frog will stay put and meet its demise.
That gradual heating is what’s happening with antibiotic resistance, or the phenomenon that is occurring as the bacteria we’ve been tackling with powerful drugs grow increasingly resistant to them. So the conventional becomes, more powerful and specific anti-biotics.
As an alternative to stop antibiotic resistance by making more precise and effective antibiotics for multi-drug resistant bacteria we can actually do it by keeping our gut bacteria healthy in the first place.
Of course, in order to do this, we have to know, not only the status of the digestive system, but the entire environment in which this system functions. So, once again, one of the most effective tools for evaluating the status of the entire biological environment is going to be the Matrix Assessment Profile.
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