Rogue Bacteria: All physical life is microbial—some life-generating and some life- annihilating (or, as I like to call them, “rogue”). Rogue, life-deteriorating bacteria grows wherever there is stagnation. Make no mistake: there is plenty of “good” bacteria that we want the body to keep. Healthy intestinal flora will aid the body in moving awakened waste and processing new waste. But the agents of decay, deteriorating bacteria, is what results when waste is not moving but instead sitting and festering. It commonly leads to bacterial infections, cystic acne, and slowed healing.
By keeping waste moving, and changing the focus of our meals to whole, clean foods, we can reduce the accumulation of these rogue bacteria and start to cleanse what we have already accumulated.