The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
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Numerous women’s health issues - chronic yeast infection, vaginosis, vulvodynia, urinary tract infections, miscarriage, pre-term birth, and endometriosis are caused by invasive bacteria from the mouth. Many common chronic conditions―obesity, inflammation, stroke, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and cancer, among others―often have their origins in the mouth.

Do you have bleeding gums when you brush or floss? Receding gum line?

While at the same time have any of the women's health issues listed above. Have you ever considered there is a connection? Oral bacteria entering into the bloodstream in the mouth translocate to other locations in your body.
The standard Culture-based testing by Doctors is unable to identify these “UnCulturable” bacteria. Using the latest cutting-edge DNA lab test, these disease-causing bacteria can now be identified and dealt with effectively.
Oral bacteria are linked to gynecological / pregnancy problems. However, Dentists and Gynecologist do not attend the same conferences or read other scientific literature. The link between Oral Microbes and miscarriage, endometriosis, or yeast infections is never contemplated. This can lead to years of mistreatment and unnecessary expenses for useless treatments.
The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues
Functional Health Guide to Periodontal Bacteria
Functional Oral DNA/PCR Test Analysis
- 433 pages - coil bound -  
Kindle eBook          iBook ebook

In an innovative new work, Dr. David Peterson presents a Functional Analysis of the 11 eleven invasive keystone pathogenic bacteria identified in the MicrobeLink DX PCR/DNA test. What chronic systemic health problems are the bacteria possibly causing in your body? What “Good For You” supplements are actually promoting their takeover of your gut microbiome?

Dr. Peterson has gathered emerging scientific research on the mouth’s vital role in the body’s microbiome―a key to whole-body wellness. Challenging conventional healthcare wisdom that views the teeth as separate from the rest of the body, and conventional medical and alternative practices that often cause more harm than good.

The Link Between Oral Microbes and Systemic Health Issues

Functional Health Guide to Periodontal Bacteria

Oral DNA/PCR Test Analysis delivers:

  • The latest research on the microbiome and the mouth
  • Critical information on the link between women’s health and the mouth
  • The important role of diet in oral health and hygiene
  • A clarion call for a new approach to identifying invasive keystone pathogenic bacteria

 It’s not news that there is a significant link between one’s oral health and overall health. Oral health problems can cause more than just pain and suffering. Oral bacteria can lead to chronic systemic health issues sending people on a never-ending quest for a new Doctor with a new diagnosis followed by a new treatment. 

Oral Bacteria can be a constant source of Invasive Species / Keystone Pathogens into the body. These bacteria can create problems in other parts of the body and are rarely considered as the cause of chronic health issues.

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