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Best antibiotic for Endotoxin Overload

deeper

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Has anyone experimented with any antibiotics to deal with this issue? Do you have any concerns for wiping out your microbiota ?

Thanks
 

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Has anyone experimented with any antibiotics to deal with this issue? Do you have any concerns for wiping out your microbiota ?

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Endotoxin = lipopolysaccharide. I have just been watching a video that addresses this issue in a different way. The whole video is very good, but long. I'll post it at the point where the discussion addresses lipopolysaccharide. Problems occur when it gets into the bloodstream via leaky gut.

I got damaged via Bactrim, an antibiotic that was prescribed for a UTI. I'm pretty leary of antibiotics now.


View: https://youtu.be/t17dBHmZBMM?t=6419
 

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If digestion is sluggish and thyroid function is low, antibiotics can be a gamble, especially in higher doses, as unfavourable bacteria can re-establish unopposed after your flora is wiped out.
 

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Endotoxin = lipopolysaccharide. I have just been watching a video that addresses this issue in a different way. The whole video is very good, but long. I'll post it at the point where the discussion addresses lipopolysaccharide. Problems occur when it gets into the bloodstream via leaky gut.

I got damaged via Bactrim, an antibiotic that was prescribed for a UTI. I'm pretty leary of antibiotics now.


View: https://youtu.be/t17dBHmZBMM?t=6419

thanks, I have a lot to learn !
 

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Carrots, activated charcoal, increasing transit speed.

Avoid antibiotics like a plague.
 

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Endotoxin comes from dead gram negative bacteria. Antibiotics will only make the situation worse. Activated charcoal and some fiber (like carrots) will help remove endotoxin.

Edit: what @BearWithMe said
 

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Has anyone experimented with any antibiotics to deal with this issue? Do you have any concerns for wiping out your microbiota ?

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The two that work best for me are augmentin and doxicycline.
Profound physical changes every course I take.
 

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