Date: Thursday, June 11, 2015 | Time: 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. EST
Zach Bush, MD will demonstrate the unifying science behind the devastating changes in the food, farming and medical industries and introduce the breakthrough science of bacteria and their communication with the body’s defense systems.
The industrial storm of the last seventy years has left the human gut and immune system vulnerable to injury. There has been a steady loss of biodiversity in our bowel bacterial ecosystem. Factory farming, processed foods, and widespread antibiotic use have all played major roles in this decline. This loss of biodiversity has left the bowel wall vulnerable to toxin damage. Two synergistic toxins in our food and water systems have exploited this vulnerability, resulting in direct damage to the tight junctions that compose the natural firewalls at the gut/blood and blood/brain barriers. The tight junction injury at the gut wall is the foundation of chronic inflammatory disorders. Autism is among the most profound clinical examples of this root-cause injury.
Tight junctions are protected by the carbon and mineral metabolites of bacterial digestion. When the intestinal bacteria are balanced and thriving in extreme diversity of 20,000 or more species, this matrix of metabolites produces a strong enzyme defense system that protects the tight junctions from the toxin zonulin that is made at the intestinal lining.
The most potent of the common triggers for zonulin damage to the gut wall in our diet is glyphosate, the most common ingredient in weedkiller, including RoundUp. Gluten is the most potent of the naturally occurring triggers for zonulin production in our modern diet. The loss of bacteria and the presence of glyphosate in our diet has resulted in widespread gluten sensitivity. As zonulin is produced at the gut, it damages tight junctions, resulting in chronic systemic inflammation and immune dysregulation. It then circulates systemically, damaging the blood brain barrier, kidney tubule systems and blood vessel walls.
The correlations between diet, gut bacteria and autism have long been recognized. This new science finally delivers the mechanisms behind this relationship. The novel science of bacterial communication is the foundation for a new class of dietary supplements that goes beyond the probiotic, prebiotic and enzyme eras of gut supplementation.
Zach Bush, MD is one of the few triple-board-certified physicians in the U.S. with specialties in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Palliative Care. His achievements include award-winning cell biology, clinical care and medical education. He is the founder of Revolution Health Center in Scottsville, Virginia and is the CEO of Biomic Sciences, the team that has brought forth the novel science and product line, Restore.
Restore is the first dietary supplement that delivers the balanced family of bacterial metabolites that promote a healthy firewall of tight junctions in the gut wall and blood/brain barrier. Restore provides the communication network to support the return of biodiversity to the gut ecosystem necessary for thriving immune function. Restore is the first supplement on the market that functions as an antidote to glyphosate and gluten toxicity at the tight junction. Restore rapidly increases production of the enzymes that break down zonulin to prevent systemic tight-junction injury.
Please join TMR for our FREE Webinar Thursday, June 11, 12-1 p.m. EST (REGISTER HERE) with Zach Bush, MD, and learn why many of us came back from the AutismOne Conference in Chicago excited to try Restore.
~ Thinking Moms’ Revolution
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