Ep 52: Wash Your Nose! with Nathan Jones of Xlear

On this weeks episode of the Dr. Tyna Show, I am joined by Nathan Jones, Founder and President of Xlear Proactive Health to talk about washing your nose and sinus hygiene.  

On This Episode We Cover:
Fighting disease
Importance of nasal washing 
Xylitol 
Biofilm 
Sinus hygiene 
Bacterial adhesion 
FTC
Grapefruit seed extract
FDA
Nasal microbiome 
Viral mutation 
Government crackdowns 
COVID and nasal hygiene 
Issues with mouth breathing 
Mucus membrane 
Nebulizer 
Xylitol gum

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Highlights From This Episode:
 4:29 - Nathan Jones: "He goes, yeah, it's a sugar that you put into a nasal spray. And it blocks bacterial adhesion of the strep bacteria, the H flu and all these other bacteria that are, they cause ear infections. I've been using it for a couple of months now. And the kids that use it, they just don't get sick anymore. It helps with their allergies. And this is what we understood in the beginning is that it blocks bacterial adhesion."

23:26 - Nathan Jones: "And I wanna make sure that I I'm sure you understand, but I wanna make sure the listeners understand that when bacteria and fungus and viruses are inside that biofilm, it is a very, very effective protective layer.

You can have a bacterial biofilm and you can spray it with antibiotics. And the biofilm keeps the antibiotics away from the bacteria. It's very effective at doing that. And that is why the xylitol is effective is because what the xylitol does, it looks like sugar. It looks like the six carbon sugars that these bacteria eat.

And so they actually pull it into the biofilm. The bacteria starts eating it. It kills it. I mean, it doesn't really kill 'em. It starves them to death because of what it does. It gums up their metabolic pathways because they cannot metabolize a bicarbon sugar."

46:54 - Nathan Jones: "If your body is creating snot, it's because your body is breathing something in that it perceives as a threat, whether it's a real threat or not, that's beside the question, your body perceives it a threat. The first line of response is to create mucus, to trap it, to wash it out because it doesn't want it to get to your lungs.

If you go use an antihistamine, a decongestant or a steroid, you're not solving the problem, you're actually making it worse because now it's just going into your lungs. Okay. What we do is exactly the opposite. So rather than drying up on stopping your body's immune system, you're actually thinning the mucus and assisting the immune system to wash out the pathogen, to wash out the, whatever, the pollen or the dander or the bacteria the virus is.

And so they actually pull it into the biofilm. The bacteria starts eating it. It kills it. I mean, it doesn't really kill 'em. It starves them to death because of what it does. It gums up their metabolic pathways because they cannot metabolize a bicarbon sugar."

 

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