Found another good quote that reinforces some points I’ve been making in other threads.
Prof. Ayers wrote: I think that you just have your choice of alternative biofilms, good or bad. I see stripping biofilms as a one shot, drastic measure and should not be done continually. That said, the next step is producing a healthy gut flora that will supplant bad biofilms.
In order to benefit from a more severe stripping of biofilms, it seems to me that it is important to attempt to establish a beneficial gut flora first and then hope that remnants of that flora will replace the bad biofilms after the stripping. That suggests pre- and probiotics (e.g. leeks and apple; inulin and pectin, plus live yogurt.)
I’m definitely going to try it soon. I want to break to oral biofilms (plaque) too, since it all starts in the mouth. Apparently this mouthwash and vitamin K2 MK-7 are capable of doing it.