HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Bacteria that is resistant to antibiotics is becoming a growing problem and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director refers to these drug-resistant strains as "nightmare bacteria."
The World Health Organization released a statement in late 2015 that predicted the end of modern medicine as we know it and a time when "common infections will once again kill," noting a prediction of 10 million deaths in 2050 by "super bugs" resistant to antibiotics.
How do we stop this and prevent the need for antibiotic treatments in the first place? Dietitian and author Ali Miller, owner of Naturally Nourished, explains how to support your immune system by working with probiotics and natural antibacterial agents.
Miller presents the following signs of imbalanced bacteria: