Sunday, August 14, 2011

Vitamins and Antibiotics Against Disease: Please Help Get the Word Out

I can only point to my personal experience, which only involves a handful of cases. The science behind this handful of cases is powerful. The approach, in fact, is common sense.

Antibiotics and vitamins work together.

I first understood the possible synergy of antibiotics and vitamins when I worked with the OMNS and helped write a press release titled "Antibiotics and Vitamins Work Together." At the time, I still didn't completely get it. I completely "got it" when my dog got really sick a year ago. I did more research and realized that a class of bacteria, known as mycobacteria, cause alot more illness than is generally recognized. These are the critters causing Lyme disease and ulcers. They are also known to cause a variety of dog diseases because ticks are a particularly active vector for this type of disease and dogs off a leash are highly susceptible to tick bites.

After only a year, I've learned and seen enough cases to know that vitamins and antibiotics, working together, can go a long way towards preventing and curing the epidemic of prescription drug reliance that is a fact of modern life.

By myself, as a single voice on the internet, I'm not going to be as effective as I could be as part of team of professionals with a common vision. If you know of anyone who might be interested in turning this story into a more interesting story, please have them get in touch with me. I'm not hard to find. Just leave a comment at my blog - or contact Rusty at and he'll help contact me.

Help me turn back the tide of rising prescription drug dependence.


At 3:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Medical articles like yours should be read by everyone in existence. Currently, I fear that the trend of prescribing antibiotics for pretty much all common ailments like sinus infections will certainly result in pathogens growing immune to these medicines, and growing right into a super bug. Just cannot imagine such a scenario.


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