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Identifying Bacterial and Viral Infections in Blood Work

Posted on November 27 2017

Hey Everyone!

 

Quick video today on how to spot viral and bacterial infection in bloodwork! Find the Neutrophil and Lymphocyte score on the test. If the two ranges are 30 or more points apart you are most likely looking at a bacterial infection, if they are within 10 points its viral. Underlying infections such as these can seriously rob the body or resources and can manifest and blood sugar or adrenal symptoms. We have two easy protocols to regulate that each require one month of supplementation.

Bacterial:

ADP™ (2) 3x each day
IAG™ (1-2) spoonful’s 2x each day
Bio-Immunozyme Forte™ (2) 3x each day
Bio-D Mulsion Forte™ (2) drops each day

Viral:

Ultra-Virx™ (2) 3x each day
Bio-Immunozyme Forte™ (2) 3x each day

Cytozyme-THY™ (2) 3x each day
Bio-D Mulsion Forte™ (2) drops each day

 

Consider a round of probiotics after these protocols as they can be draining on gut bacteria. Enjoy the day!

 

Parker Sing, NTP
Blood Chem Specialist
Biotics Research NW, Inc.

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