Incredible new probiotic defeats staph & more [Roundup]

Accidental breakthrough stuns NIH scientists, defeats staphylococcus

Written by Alex Reid
Posted October 15, 2018

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Hi y'all, Alex Reid here.

Many of the greatest scientific and medical advances have been accidental.

Penicillin, pacemakers, and the lifesaving blood thinner warfarin were all discovered completely accidentally.1

Heck, even the microwave was created accidentally, when a scientist walking through his lab noticed one of the devices had melted a candy bar in his pocket.

And recently, another happy accident occurred in the halls of science...

Researchers at the prestigious National Institutes of Health found that a new probiotic defeats the lethal staphylococcus bacteria, the source of staph infections.

The researchers, led by scientists at NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), unexpectedly found that Bacillus bacteria [the "good" kind found in probiotic supplements] prevented S. aureus bacteria from growing in the gut and nose of healthy individuals.

This is exactly why we founded Clear Health Now: to bring you real-world health solutions that ARE backed by good science but DON'T require expensive pharmaceuticals and dangerous hospital visits.

Get the full story right here.

Probiotics and the power of gut bacteria may be the most exciting area of health research right now.

But in another surprising development, it's PREbiotics, the compounds that your own body converts into probiotics, that may hold the most promise. We've covered the prebiotic story extensively here.

And finally, our own research team has uncovered documents showing the cancer code may have been cracked all the way back in the 1940s... but the breakthrough was lost in the rubble of World War II.

Get all the details on that and much more in this FREE video, The Vital Truth.

To your health,

Alex Reid
President, Longevity Insider HQ