The Problem with Biofilm

The biofilm in the intestine is likely the cause of many health issues in our time. An unhealthy diet, especially one with fast food and processed products that contain little fiber but a lot of refined sugar, promotes the formation of harmful biofilms.

What is a Biofilm?

A community of microorganisms within a layer of slime. This allows the participants to protect each other and communicate to adapt and improve the biofilm. A coalition that significantly improves the survival chance of a single cell and forms an “outer skin.”

This is very difficult to penetrate and is relatively lethal to the good bacteria, lactobacilli, and enterococci upon contact.

Biofilms are Everywhere

A biofilm we all constantly deal with is dental plaque or what forms on standing water. Biofilm is everywhere, an early invention of life.

And so it is in our intestines, which is why there are mechanisms to keep the overgrowth under control: bacteria and biofilms!

Black vs. White

However, unlike the harmful germs that take on a rather dark color, the film of the lactobacilli is shiny white; so it’s black versus white!

Particularly fine are the lactobacilli that produce hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is an unstable compound that tends to decompose into water and an oxygen radical.


The oxygen-shy fellows in the black biofilm don’t like this at all, which is why these hydrogen peroxide producers have an excellent cleaning effect on the intestinal wall.

Even my friend Candida Albicans doesn’t like it, which I can well understand. By removing the black waste, a milieu was recreated on the intestinal wall that is acceptable for lactobacilli, Candida, who is still there, then encounters these.

Therefore, tipping lactobacilli into the system, the big mix with all the good germs, and then even larger amounts of Lactobacillus Acidophilus, a H2O2 producer. I did this before the last treatment, but after the film was really removed, the flatulence showed that the milieu had significantly improved.

No Pleasant Smell

I won’t describe the smell in detail, but it was an aroma I knew from my childhood. It’s been a long time since I smelled like that.

The re-colonized microorganisms are probably responsible for that, and I suspect that’s also the smell of dying fungus.

New Treatment after 6 Weeks

Meanwhile, 6 weeks later, the intensity of the flatulence has decreased, but they are still present, which is why I did another biofilm treatment. Unfortunately, the fungus again triggered a noticeable reaction in the form of headaches in me, which was further intensified by the current cold.

So, it’s a bit difficult to assess the situation more precisely, but probably the still present fungus metabolized the sugar released during the film removal into alcohol. I could notice how again film was detached and expelled, which the fungus had reacquired.

I’ve Become More Patient

At least another month of diet + lactobacilli & anti-fungal agents is necessary. I notice how the flatulence is slowly becoming weaker, so progress is slow but steady.

The biofilm, or rather its removal, was the key to getting to this point. Also, for further progress, this should help, as the fungus’s reaction on the first day of the treatment is a relatively easy-to-recognize sign that it is still there.

In contrast, the benefit of stool examinations is minimal, as they can only detect the fungus if it comes out of the body. So, something that mine clearly did not intend to do, for it had settled too firmly with the film.

From this perspective, it would be interesting to conduct such an examination again, as these structures were destroyed, and it might be that dead Candida remains are regularly seen on the toilet paper…

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