Bacteria are a living single cell organism that for the most part don’t harm people but instead aid in digesting foods and providing essential vitamins to your body. We see this a lot in yogurts and cheeses that have bacterias in their ingredients.
The reality is that less than 1% of the bacterias we know about are actually harmful to humans. Once a bacteria has invaded your body, it begins to reproduce quickly and starts creating harmful toxins. These toxins not only make you sick, but they also damage certain tissues inside your body.
What are the medial treatments for harmful bacteria?
Antibiotics is the most common solution for treating a bacterial infection. Over the years, research has shown that over time bacterias build a resistance to antibiotics and should only be taken when prescribed by a physician.