by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© March 2019, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is solely the opinion of the author and for educational purposes only. It is not intended as diagnosis, prescription, treatment or cure for any disease or health condition.
Definition. A biofilm is a sticky, slimy layer of a mucus-like substance that some microbes secrete to protect themselves from attack.
In the human body, some invading bacteria, viruses, fungi and some parasites wall themselves off with biofilms to prevent our bodies from attacking and destroying them.
Some doctors consider biofilms a major problem that hinders the elimination of certain infections. One of these is gum disease or periodontal disease.
DEVELOPMENT AND BIOFILMS
We are often asked if a development program can get rid of biofilms. The answer is yes. When one remineralizes the body, corrects the acidity of the tissues, and supplies all the nutrients the body requires, biofilms do not seem to be a problem for the body.
DOES ONE NEED TO MAKE CHANGES TO A DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IF ONE SUSPECTS BIOFILMS?
No. The regular program seems to be very adequate to handle biofilms. The diet is very important, however. Please eat plenty of the preferred vegetables, cooked until they are soft, with each meal.