A Simple Bacteria May be to Blame for Unexplained Inflammatory Conditions, Crohn\’s Disease, Leaky Gut Syndrome and Chronic Fatigue

“The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease, Medical Research that Never Stops”
The National Treatment Center’s for Environmental Disease, “NTCED”, may have just made one of the most significant medical breakthroughs of the century, possibly making mystery inflammatory syndromes such as , Crohn’s Disease, Leaky Gut Syndrome,Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue ad a host of other conditions not just more manageable, but possibly curable.

Most physicians forget, 70-80% of a persons immune system is in their gastointestinal system. So why do so few physicans pay so little atttention to this? 70-80% is a huge number, it’s too big to be over looked, but it is every day. The researchers from the NTCED took this to heart, and noticing what most doctors woulld say is normal, paid attenttion to the microflora in the gastrointtestinal system.  theyy discovered 98% of the patients with of track bacteria in their bowels also had an associated syndomre relatted to inflammation.

Environmental and medical researchers at NTCED in Atlanta, GA announced today the release of the first ever clinical endotoxin test for human beings. NTCED Spokesperson Jana Hill stated that endotoxins in the human body are harbored in the gastrointestinal tract. These toxins create an infalmatory response in affecting the bowel and the way body to processes food in a manner that forces the body into a mass storage mode, creating a condition that makes it near impossible to lose weight, craves sugar, causes malabosrbation, and is the cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

This little known condition is called “Endotoxemia”, which is caused by an over abundant amount of gram negative bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract. Hill further stated that the gastrointestinal tract is over looked by 95% of all physicians in the U.S. and more doctors should look to G.I. tract health and endotoxin poisoning as a cause of obesity, clinical onset diabetes and unexplained inflammatory conditions. One reason that the medical community at large has no idea about the physiological impact of endotoxin poisoning is that until now there was no way to test for endotoxins in the human body. NTCED staff and researchers work exclusively with the medical impacts of environmental pathogens in the human body and the diseases that those pathogens cause.

Endotoxin poisoning has also been linked to diabetes, obesity, and unexplained inflammatory conditions in the gastrointestinal tract and the brain. Now that physicians can test for these toxins this will be a total game changer for patients with mystery inflammatory diseases, such as Leaky Gut Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease, and a host of other unexplained inflammatory conditions.

This new test will be able to give doctors across the board a diagnostic tool never before seen, making many cases of chronic inflammation a thing of the past for many patients across the U.S. and worldwide.

NTCED of Atlanta Georgia pioneers medical testing for environmental impacts to the human body and has introduced three new medical tests already in 2015.

Anyone diagnosed with any type of inflammatory condition this test may be the answer they’ve been looking for.

Disclaimer: The content in this press release is for information purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for medical advice. As always, you should consult with a qualified healthcare professional before starting or stopping any medication, nutritional supplement or protocols.

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