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What can be some possible causes for recurring bacterial infections?
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Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
Preventive Medicine
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In brief: Poor diet
The fuel that you take in is as important for you as it is for your car. Would you risk poor fuel for your car? Stick to "god made" food and leave the "junk" alone.
Your immune system requires energy and that comes from oxidation-----the equivalent of burning gas in a car cylinder. Wrong gas, poor engine performance. Empty calories make you sick.

In brief: Poor diet
The fuel that you take in is as important for you as it is for your car. Would you risk poor fuel for your car? Stick to "god made" food and leave the "junk" alone.
Your immune system requires energy and that comes from oxidation-----the equivalent of burning gas in a car cylinder. Wrong gas, poor engine performance. Empty calories make you sick.
Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
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Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
Having leftover infection somewhere is a common reason. MRSA often hides in the nose, for example, and nasal mupirocin can stop recurrences of MRSA in skin and other places.
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