Posted by: maboulette | March 22, 2017

Superbugs and Extreme Resistant


resistant bacteria

Superbugs are now extremely resistant and on the rise thanks to the overuse of antibiotics. 

AGE OF EXPERTS 

According to the experts, the age of antibiotic drugs is coming to an end. 

ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE 

Experts have been warning about the implications of antibiotic resistance for years, but never before have their warnings been so emphatic.  

2 MILLION PEOPLE 

According to a landmark “Antibiotic Resistance Threat Report” published by the CDC in 2013, 2 million American adults and children become infected with antibiotic-resistant bacteria each year, and at least 23,000 of them die as a direct result of those infections, and many more die from other conditions that were complicated by an antibiotic-resistant infection. 

1940s 

First used to treat serious infections in the 1940s, antibiotics have saved millions of lives and transformed modern medicine, but during the last 70 years, the overuse of antibiotics caused bacteria to develop resistance to it, making them stronger and deadlier.   

SO WHAT SHOULD YOU TAKE INSTEAD? 

The truth is natural antibiotics have long been, and still are, humanity’s primary medicines. 

NATURAL ANTIBIOTICS 

These natural antibiotics come from plants and foods that possess certain attributes that pharmaceuticals never can. 

COMPLEX 

The chemistry of natural antibiotics is highly complex — too complex for resistance to occur. 

CONTAINS THOUSANDS OF COMPOUND 

Instead of a silver bullet in the form of a single chemical that are mass produced by the big pharma, natural antibiotics often contain hundreds to thousands of compounds, and have developed sophisticated responses to bacterial invasion over millions of years. 

6 NATURAL ANTIBIOTICS 

Instead of taking antibiotics, try including these 6 natural antibiotics in your diet and watch how your health and immunity improve!

http://diet-sage.com/health-news/6-natural-antibiotics-that-fight-superbugs-naturally 

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