C. difficile is one of the most unpleasant and lifestyle-robbing of all infections. A growing number of C. diff. sufferers find that antibiotics fail to stop their infection, leading to more deadly, long-lasting and difficult to treat cases of C. diff. Recurring infections are common as antibiotic resistance grows and the superbug gains a stronger foothold in healthcare facilities, the community and inside people’s homes.
Fortunately, there is hope to beat this superbug by addressing the infection in a different way. As holistic health researchers, health consultants and former pharmaceutical scientists, my husband Les and I have helped countless people like you stop their infections naturally without the use of antibiotics. Let us show you how…
As I’ve studied bacteria in the lab for over 10 years, let me first explain a little bit about the bacteria Clostridium difficile (or “C. diff” for short). C. diff bacteria normally live in healthy intestines, however, antibiotic use can cause C. diff to overgrow and make you sick. The resulting C. diff infection causes inflammation of your intestines (you may have heard the terms antibiotic associated diarrhea (AAD) or C. diff colitis).
Standard C. diff treatment protocols are usually the antibiotics metronidazole or vancomycin. Some strains of the C. diff bacteria are not responding to antibiotic therapy and are a growing cause of concern around the world. Unfortunately, repeated antibiotic has been reported to greatly increase your chance of recurring and debilitating C. diff infections.
Find out how you can become free of C. diff colitis using safe and effective C. diff treatment methods your Doctor won’t tell you about.
What Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You
- 5 Things your Doctor won’t tell you.
- Antibiotics – are they worth the risks?
- Are your cleaners causing you more harm than good?
5 Clostridium Difficile Myths
- What is C. difficile and should you be concerned?
- Will antibiotics guarantee you’ll get rid of your C. diff?
- Are natural home remedies successful in stopping C. diff?
3 Steps for C Difficile Recovery
- Stop your C. difficile infection quickly.
- Repair the damage done to your body.
- Make your body resistant to future C. diff infections.