Does the Zapper kill the good bacteria along with the bad?

Yes, there is no way for a Zapper to distinguish between good and bad bacteria in the body. From years of use by hundreds-of-thousands of people around the world, this doesn’t appear to be a problem.

According to medical experts our intestinal tract should have around 80% good bacteria and only 20% or less bad bacteria. Research has shown that the average person has it just the opposite with about 80% bad bacteria and only 20% good.

So, using a Zapper may be benefical because it is working on getting rid of the large amounts of mostly bad bacteria in our body. Given a chance the human body can produce miraculous results, we just have to find ways to help it along a bit.

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