Modern hygiene strengthens your body's immune system by preventing too much burdens from toxic environmental elements from entering all at once.
Dirt is good for us
Sterilization using anti microbial substances does more harm than good, preventing the immune system from adapting to the outside environment; this is especially important where allergies are concerned.
One gram of soil - enough to fill a sugar packet - can contain as many 1 billion microbes with as many of 10,000 different species of microbes. Learn more... Some microbes excrete antibiotics or metabolize phosphorus and iron bonds. The earthy odor of the soil is due to them.
When our environment is clean, our immune cells that do not have adequate exposure to soil microbes tend to overreact when they do come into contact with them. Dirt can also heal the intestinal system which can become diseased from lack of dirt and improper diet.
Bacteria's in our intestines do everything from manufacturing vitamin K, to altering our genes.
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