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Sinus infections are Gut Problems

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Many people suffer from frequent sinus infections (or ear infections for children or adults), with symptoms of running nose, postnasal drip, headache, or cough. If the mucus discharge turns to yellow or green, a physician may prescribe an antibiotic, and it would only make the bacteria or virus stronger and do nothing for the root problem. This process often reoccurs every couple of months without the proper treatment. Common Medical pharmaceutical sickness industry’s understanding for the cause of this condition is environmental allergies, viral and bacterial infections. However, from our own experiences with our clients as well as ourselves, gut problems are often the root cause of this issue and condition.

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