Wow this a tremendous
topic! Protozoa such as e coli have to have fimbria
in order to cling to our cells and body. Without fimbria
toxic bacteria cannot do us damage!!! Magnesium oxide
kills or impedes fimbria.
Can it be so
simple as stopping fimbria to improve our immune system?
"...Fimbriae are used by bacteria to adhere to one another
and to adhere to animal cells and some inanimate objects.
A bacterium can have as many as 1,000 fimbriae. Fimbriae are
only visible with the use of an electron microscope. They
may be straight or flexible..." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fimbria_(bacteriology)
Description and pictures of fimbria http://textbookofbacteriology.net/structure_3.html
"Antibacterial activity of honey is due to the presence
of methylglyoxal (MGO),..." MGO is magnesium oxide. This
report shows that Magnesium Oxide kills bacteria activity.
Oxide impedes bacteria growth https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27349516
scientific report will be hard to read yet it
boldly states Magnesium Oxides ability to impede bacteria
growth and to help bone marrow and stem cells is remarkable
and a major finding. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26923529