From Lifestyle Induced Dysbiosis Syndrome (LIDS), 2003, by Dr. Alene Christiano
This may come as a shock to you, but you are sort of a “walking garden.” You can’t see any of the plants, called flora, in your garden because they are too small to see. This is why they are called microflora — you need a microscope to find them. I don’t think anyone has really counted them, but researchers tell us there are many more plants in your garden than there are cells in your body.
Your garden is very interesting with over 500 different species of plants, and billions and billions of tiny individual plants. Some microflora are useful to you and give you a great deal of pleasure because they keep you healthy. These are the Good-Guy plants. Other kinds of microflora are like native grasses. They are neither good nor bad, but some are like weeds. They are potential Bad-Guy plants. They are always there, but are not a problem as long as you tend to your garden. But some of them are like bamboo or morning glory plants in a real garden. If you don’t tend to your garden they grow like crazy and take over the garden.
Your largest garden is in your intestines. But there are some other smaller gardens scattered around your body, something like the rose beds along the paths in the parks. You do not have to work hard in your inner garden — not nearly as hard as you would in a rose garden. One of your main jobs is to know when your lifestyle upsets that balance of Good-Guy and Bad-Guy. To keep everything balanced, you need to feed your plants a good diet and replant often.
If you get lazy and just feed your garden any old thing, or if you decide to put strong chemicals in your system, the balance between the Good-Guy plants and the potential Bad-Guy plants is upset. The Bad-Guy plants put on their black hats, and you’re not sure what is going to happen, but you know it won’t be good.
When the Good-Guy plants are not robust and vigorous, the balance is lost and your foundation for health gets shaky. Unless you quickly restore the balance, your health will be as shaky as the foundation. When the balance shifts to the Bad-Guy plants, you will soon begin to notice the symptoms of LIFESTYLE INDUCED DYSBIOSIS SYNDROME (LIDS). Little things at first, like being extra tired or a tummy ache, but it will get worse unless you take charge.
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