About Jeff McCombs

Dr. Jeffrey S. McCombs, DC, is a third generation graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic (1984). He is licensed in the states of California, Illinois, and Arizona. He is a member of the California and Illinois Chiropractic Associations, the International Association for Specialized Kinesiologists, and the American Holistic Health Association. Dr. McCombs developed his Candida Plan which is a detoxification and dietary plan that counters the detrimental effects of antibiotics and reestablishes the normal body flora, detoxification pathways, and regeneration cycles of a vital, youthful, and healthy body. Connect on Google+

Fungal Arthritis

Fungal arthritis Marta L Cuellar, Luis H Silveira, Luis R Espinoza Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 1992 Why This Article Matters "There is never a lack of research or information available about the pervasiveness of fungal infections in our society today. There is however, a lack of awareness that this is an ongoing problem in [...]

Fungal Arthritis2019-04-15T06:07:16-07:00

The Medical Plague

The Medical Plague of antibiotic resistance is predicted to kill more than 300 million people by 2050. That's more people within the next 35 years than the 75 million killed by the Black Plague. Is the Medical Plague set to become the Black Death of the 21st Century? Beginning in 1999, the coming end of [...]

The Medical Plague2019-04-15T06:07:17-07:00

Posthospital Syndrome

Posthospital syndrome is a term used to describe the vulnerability of a patient to a wide range of conditions after having spent any time in a hospital. What this means, is that instead of everyone coming out healthier, many come out in similar or worse shape than before. As William Osler, MD once said, “The [...]

Posthospital Syndrome2019-04-15T06:07:18-07:00

Antibiotics & Candida

Antibiotics & candida. The two go hand-in-hand. Nothing else is guaranteed to create a systemic candida fungal infection in the body as fast, or as effectively as antibiotics. Nothing else but antibiotics cause systemic fungal candida infections on a routine basis for hundreds of millions of people worldwide. In spite of government concerns and warnings [...]

Antibiotics & Candida2019-04-15T06:07:18-07:00

Are Your Bacteria Smarter Than Your Doctor?

Are your bacteria smarter than your doctor? Absolutely! Some bacteria are naturally resistant to antibiotics. This comes from past exposures and the subsequent development of resistance. These bacteria are called persisters. They are unaffected by all antibiotics, and theoretically lie dormant in the body. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20528688 Other bacteria produce their own anti-antibiotics - "The bacteria produce [...]

Are Your Bacteria Smarter Than Your Doctor?2019-04-15T06:07:19-07:00

Use Antibiotics, Get Candida!

Use antibiotics, Get Candida! It's as simple as that. It's what I've been saying for a couple of decades, now. It takes a while for science to catch up to what is already known by many people through observation and personal experience. The University of Chicago  study below is a good example of that. It's [...]

Use Antibiotics, Get Candida!2019-04-15T06:07:19-07:00

Patient Q and A

Here's today's Q&A with a patient that helps to address some commonly asked questions: Do you think its possible to completely get rid of candida and be able to eat normal again? Yes, that's possible. We've see it all the time. The Plan helps to restore and develop a better sense of health and healthy [...]

Patient Q and A2017-07-25T12:13:25-07:00

The Truth About Antibiotics

The truth about antibiotics isn't something that you're likely to find out about from any doctor or institution. The truth about antibiotics has been so buried beneath decades of arrogance and misinformation, that even they don't know it. Ever since the days of Alexander Fleming, who is credited with the discovery of antibiotics, misinformation and [...]

The Truth About Antibiotics2019-04-15T06:07:20-07:00

When Healthcare Isn’t healing

Healthcare isn't healing when the interests of the patient are placed second to the interests of the doctor. This often happens in practice-centered models of care, instead of patient-centered models of care. The goal of the practice-centered model is to increase the practice size and make money, while the goal of the patient-centered model is [...]

When Healthcare Isn’t healing2019-04-15T06:07:20-07:00

Antibiotic Risks Are Greater Than The Benefits

Antibiotic risks are greater than the benefits? In this 2008 study from Brigham and Woman's Hospital and Harvard, the researchers clearly state that "For an individual patient, the risks are greater than the benefits and the discussion should stop there." Despite little microbiological reason to think they would be helpful, antibiotic prescribing for predominantly viral [...]

Antibiotic Risks Are Greater Than The Benefits2019-04-15T06:07:20-07:00
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