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Good Bacteria Fed to Chickens Prevents Salmonella

The U.S. Department of Agricultural Research Service scientists have found several promising intestinal bacteria that could protect live chickens from Salmonella, Campylobacter and other pathogens that cause foodborne illness in people who eat poultry. Imagine that, giving chickens good bacteria actually protects against disease. Who would have known? Well, anyone who knew anything about natural medicine. It is very sad that so many basic advances in health are delayed due to ignorance of nutritional basics.

Science Daily January 19, 2004

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