Looks like it’s back to the drawing board AGAIN for mainstream medicine.
One of the basic assumptions… about some of today’s most debilitating conditions… has just been proven WRONG.
They’ve insisted for years that autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis start with YOU.
They want you to get better, of course.
But they act like the cause is some great mystery: Somehow, you’re just stuck with a hyped-up immune system that’s attacking your own body.
Maybe it’s bad luck. Maybe it’s bad genes.
But now, we know the truth.
It’s not a mystery. It’s not your genes. And it’s not even your luck….
A common treatment routinely given every day to millions of Americans could set the stage for a devastating autoimmune disorder.
And today, I’m going to share EXACTLY how to ensure this NEVER happens to you!
How autoimmune diseases REALLY begin
The mainstream his flat-out dismissed the idea that changes in your gut can alter the immune system and lead to autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid.
But they can’t dismiss it anymore as new research links antibiotic use to autoimmune diseases.
Overall, folks who’ve taken antibiotics face a 60 percent higher risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.
Since nearly EVERYONE takes antibiotics, that number wouldn’t be TOO alarming by itself and with no other context.
But that’s where the study delivers big, finding what’s called a “dose-response” relationship.
In other words, the more you take the drugs, the more your risk grows – which strongly suggests this isn’t a coincidence.
It’s the drugs!
The biggest risk is in folks treated with antibiotics for upper respiratory tract infections…
And that’s what I find so outrageous here – because many upper respiratory tract infections are VIRAL, so they won’t respond to antibiotics in the first place!
In other words… people who NEVER should’ve been given these meds may be living with rheumatoid arthritis FOREVER as a result.
This also fits in with that theory I mentioned earlier… the one the mainstream hates, that these autoimmune disorders could be triggered by changes in gut microbiome.
Along with rheumatoid, these same changes could lead to celiac, psoriasis and more.
Obviously you want to avoid unnecessary antibiotics, and not just to cut your risk for autoimmune diseases but to also prevent all of the other risks including secondary infections with superbug germs.
So ALWAYS ask if you truly need the meds and what other options you have.
And if you’re suffering from an autoimmune disorder, work with a doctor who specializes in integrative or functional medicine on natural approaches to restore the delicate balance in your gut microbiome.
These won’t necessarily cure the diseases, but can lead to often remarkable improvements and may reduce your need for medication, especially when combined with other natural approaches