Since 2002, Sarah has been involved in health and nutrition education, helping families integrate thousands of nutrition principles into a modern home. If you are not motivated to make the necessary changes, let this research wake you up and make you realize that your eating and living habits can unintentionally hurt the people you love most. Princeton University new research should give each of us even more reason to learn how to use natural antibiotics and do everything we can to avoid pharmaceuticals, except in life-threatening emergencies. Their work is to help families integrate the principles of traditional nutrition into the modern home. The researchers found this disturbing information by analysing the intestinal microbes of hundreds of people before and after taking antibiotics. Home? What mechanism, and thecloud of microbinoma’, was to restore the person taking the medicine, not the other way around. This information reminded me of last summer, when one of our pets was injured and developed a deadly infection requiring antibiotics. When a person in the household is taking antibiotics, intestinal problems are shared by all other family members. A logical step in this study is the fact that dozens of drugs, many of which are sold over-the-counter, interfere with the development of intestinal microbioma. Sarah Pope has been a health and nutrition educator since 2002. Microbiologist Kieran Krishnan describes this disturbing information below in search of a podcast of healing. This research has also led me to think about how some people are desperately trying to heal their bowels but not as successfully as others.