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sallieq [Metabolic evidence for transmission of bacteria]
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 According to the Marshall Pathogenesis,​ "​frailty"​ could just as easily refer to the strength of immune response. It is the absence of a robust immune response which is the primary contributing determinant in whether someone gets sick with chronic illness or someone remains healthy. According to the Marshall Pathogenesis,​ "​frailty"​ could just as easily refer to the strength of immune response. It is the absence of a robust immune response which is the primary contributing determinant in whether someone gets sick with chronic illness or someone remains healthy.
  
-Bacterial pathogens themselves can make a human host more hospitable ​for growth and reproduction by secreting substances like the sulfonolipid capnine, which bind and block the Vitamin D Receptor, a nuclear receptor that controls the innate immune response. Over time, bacteria succeed in suppressing the immune response through a gradual process known as [[home:​pathogenesis:​successive_infection#​successive_infection|successive infection]]. In the absence of intervention,​ successive infection is something of an inevitability as everyone who lives long enough take on the aches, pains, memory loss, and other symptoms that are the hallmark of chronic disease.+Bacterial pathogens themselves can make a human host more hospitable ​to their growth and reproduction by secreting substances like the sulfonolipid capnine, which bind and block the Vitamin D Receptor, a nuclear receptor that controls the innate immune response. Over time, bacteria succeed in suppressing the immune response through a gradual process known as [[home:​pathogenesis:​successive_infection#​successive_infection|successive infection]]. In the absence of intervention,​ successive infection is something of an inevitability as everyone who lives long enough take on the aches, pains, memory loss, and other symptoms that are the hallmark of chronic disease.
  
 Bacteria are allowed to further proliferate when a person consumes any number of [[http://​mpkb.org/​doku.php/​tag:​immunosuppressants?​do=showtag&​tag=immunosuppressants|immunosuppressive]] foods, drugs, supplements and other substances. These substances include: immunosuppressants,​ [[home:​othertreatments:​antidepressants#​beta-lactam_antibiotics|beta-lactam antibiotics]] such as penicillin, [[home:​othertreatments::​corticosteroids|corticosteroids]],​ and foods and supplements containing [[home:​food:​vitamind|high levels of vitamin D]]. The consumption of such substances is at historical levels and may be largely responsible for the recent spike in chronic disease incidence. Bacteria are allowed to further proliferate when a person consumes any number of [[http://​mpkb.org/​doku.php/​tag:​immunosuppressants?​do=showtag&​tag=immunosuppressants|immunosuppressive]] foods, drugs, supplements and other substances. These substances include: immunosuppressants,​ [[home:​othertreatments:​antidepressants#​beta-lactam_antibiotics|beta-lactam antibiotics]] such as penicillin, [[home:​othertreatments::​corticosteroids|corticosteroids]],​ and foods and supplements containing [[home:​food:​vitamind|high levels of vitamin D]]. The consumption of such substances is at historical levels and may be largely responsible for the recent spike in chronic disease incidence.
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