Digestive Problems

Soil Based Organisms

Date: 3 March, 2001

A host of diseases, including Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s disease (inflammation of the lower part of the small intestine), Colitis (inflammation of the colon), Candidiasis and colon cancer, have been strongly linked with modern living. Scientists are now certain that our ancestors did not suffer from these chronic conditions, which has prompted them to look at specific lifestyle factors, such as dietary changes, that may be to blame.

Now, new research from California has concluded that a deficiency of medicinal ‘superbugs’ – known as Soil Based Organisms (SBO) – from our soil and food chain may be responsible.1

Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) are beneficial bacteria that live in soil. Until the 19th century, when food processing replaced hand-to-mouth ingestion of raw fruit and vegetables, they formed a regular part of our diet. By the turn of the last century their presence in the food chain had seriously dwindled. Both modern agricultural methods with their over-reliance on powerful pesticides, fungicides and germicidal chemicals and heat-based food processing are toxic to Soil Based Organisms (SBOs).

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The gut of every healthy person contains about three and a half pounds of beneficial bacteria that produce essential vitamins and hormones. These bacteria, of which Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) are an important source, help your digestive system break down carbohydrates, fats and proteins, and digest waste. Most importantly they compete with undesirable micro-organisms, like yeasts, fungi, bacteria and parasites, to keep their numbers under control.

The health consequences resulting from a deficiency of these beneficial bacteria can be devastating, particularly in terms of gut health. Supplementing with traditional probiotics (food supplements containing beneficial bacteria) is not always the answer. In most cases, probiotics such as Acidophilus or Bifidobacteria will not survive their passage through the hostile, acid environment of the stomach – which is where Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) come in.

Fortunately, a new supplement has now been developed that helps replenish your digestive system with the Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) that a modern lifestyle can deprive you of. Unlike traditional probiotics, Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) are extremely robust biologically. Once in your gut they get to work to displace and then devour any opportunistic pathogens. Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) also possess a powerful antiviral action, which helps protect against infection.

Why your lifestyle may be compromising your body’s digestive defence mechanism

The advent of the 21st century western diet, lifestyle, sanitation, agricultural processes and medicines, has meant that beneficial bacteria now live a precarious existence. Historically, these essential microbes were continuously re-established in the gut by the ingestion of soured milk products like cultured yoghurt, whey and cottage cheese.

However, the western diet is typically low in natural soured milk products and high in chlorinated tap water, refined sugar and alcohol – all of which are poisonous to your gut bacteria, causing them to die off in large numbers. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like aspirin and Ibuprofen in addition to antibiotics, are also a threat – as they destroy both ‘good’ and ‘bad’ micro-organisms.2

Some medical experts now admit that an injured flora – an imbalance of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria in your digestive system – may be the common weakness that allows many chronic diseases such as IBS, Crohn’s disease, Colitis, Candidiasis, and even colon cancer to gain a foothold.3

‘I have seen this product work in 80 per cent of my patients’

The power of Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) lies in their ability to secrete specialised proteins, which stimulate your immune system to produce more killer T-cells (white blood cells) and antibodies that dramatically boost your immunity. Studies on Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) conducted by Dr Peter Rothschild at the State Academy of Medicine, in Mexico, suggest that by starving the body of these beneficial micro-organisms we are sidelining nature’s most powerful gift in digestive medicine.

Dr Rothschild believes that, without Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) to assist digestion, our bowels can soon end up becoming toxic waste dumps for rotting faecal matter, which builds up, layer upon layer, until the intestinal wall cannot absorb nutrients properly. Autopsies reveal that most of us carry between 20 and 50lbs of undigested food in our colons which leads to chronic low-level Intestinal Toxaemia or ‘self poisoning’ and may be the trigger for IBS, Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis (pain in the colon with diarrhoea and ulcers in the rectum).4

Fortunately, once Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) are established in your gut they ‘de-scale’ your colon and intestines, as well as controlling levels of pathological organisms in your gut and strengthening your body’s immune system.5

Health professionals all over the world are gradually realising the incredible potential of Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) for maintaining good health. Professor John Moreno of the Advanced Medical Clinic, Lake Charles, in the US, uses them as his first line of defence in all patients with digestive tract problems.

‘I have seen this product work in 80 per cent of my patients… Most recently I had three patients with IBS referred to me who are now all symptom and disease free!’ He also reports excellent results from Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) in Candidiasis, Crohn’s disease, allergies and even chronic fatigue.

What to take for best results

The recommended dosage for Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) is one capsule a day for a week. You can then work up to a maximum of 12 capsules a day (taken in divided doses) 3 times a day (in the morning, afternoon and evening) for around 3-6 months. After this a maintenance dosage of 3-6 capsules a day is suggested. You should be aware that Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) can increase intestinal absorption by up to 60 per cent. This means that dosages of any drugs and supplements you may be taking need to be carefully monitored and may need to be reduced. Make sure you speak to your doctor if you are currently taking any medication.

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Sources:

1. Anne Louise Gittelman, M.S., C.N.S., Beyond Probiotics – The revolutionary rediscovery of a missing link on our immune system

2. Bryce, William C., M.D. PhD., Unpublished article ‘Review of Biological processes’

3. Alternative Medicine Digest, Future Medicine Publishing 1994, 510.

4. Immerman , Alan, B.S. ‘Evidence for Intestinal Toxemia’ ACA Chiropractic Journal, April 1979

5. Bryce, William C., M.D. PhD., Unpublished article ‘Review of Biological processes’

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