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Canine Micro biome and the Biological Terrain Theory

The word microbiome is defined as the collection of microbes or microorganisms that inhabit an environment, creating a sort of “mini-ecosystem”. The terrain theory was initiated by Claude Bernard (1813 – 1878), and later built upon by Antoine Bechamp (1816-1908). They believed that the “terrain” or “internal environment” determined the state of health. When a body …

What is natural immunity?

What is Natural Immunity?

Natural immunity is immunity that has been inherited in contrast to one that has been acquired. If an individual acquires immunity by being exposed to a virus via natural contact/exposure, as opposed to having the virus introduced via the blood stream as the result of vaccination (un-natural), then that individual is said to have natural …