Medical scientists have seen it coming. Every year, we’ve seen infections challenge our last line of defense.
And now one of those superbugs has run the gamut… we threw everything we had at it with no effect.
This happened in Nevada last summer. A woman died of a CRE infection that didn’t respond to any antibiotic options. The CDC issued a full report last week.
In the years to come antibiotics are going to become less and less effective. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have options to fight infections.
Your first line of defense is prevention. Practice good hygiene and sanitation. If you have a break in the skin, make sure you clean it immediately and then clean it daily with soap and warm water. (Not antibacterial soap.)
Your second line of defense is a strong immune system. Eat well. Get plenty of exercise and plenty of sleep. Drink eight glasses of water a day. And cut out as much refined sugar as possible — sugar is a total immune system suppressant.
Finally, keep colloidal silver on hand at all times. You can use it to clean wounds, to sanitize drinking water, and to help your body fight bacterial infections.
Superbugs are here to stay and it’s only going to get worse. Learn more about this important development: Superbug Killed Nevada Woman