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Re: Does zapper affect good bacteria?
 
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Re: Does zapper affect good bacteria?


If i remember correctly, Dr. Clark says that the current tends to travel around the surface of an organ or internal structure rather than moving directly into it. For this reason, it can reach some bad bacteria, as well as the worms, but doesn't go deep into the bowel to disrupt the good flora & fauna. I agree, however, with the poster who suggested taking probiotics, regardless, as a good nutritional practice - particularly when detoxing & struggling to re-establish homeostasis.
 
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