Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Suppressed Science - Mycotoxins & Disease

"Human beings, the potentially highest form of life expression on this planet have built the vast pharmaceutical industry for the central purpose of poisoning the lowest form of life on the planet--germs!" - Dr. Richard Murray

The presence of germs does not constitute the presence of a disease. Bacteria are scavengers of nature...they reduce dead tissue to its smallest element. Germs or bacteria have no influence, whatsoever, on live cells. Germs or microbes flourish as scavengers at the site of disease. They are just living on the unprocessed metabolic waste and diseased, malnourished, nonresistant tissue in the first place. --

Poor quality, improperly grown, stored and prepared grains together with mycotoxins represent a significant and growing problem in our food supply. Evidence has been gathering that grains (and the mycotoxins increasingly contained in them) can significantly and adversely impact our health.

Mycotoxins are toxins produced by fungi which can grow in yeasts or molds. Fungi are single-cell forms of life that have been on earth for billions of years. They are more highly developed than bacteria and viruses and - like Bechamp's mycrozyma - fungi can be found throughout our environment. Also like Bechamp's mycrozyma, fungi can change form. This allows them to remain dormant or in a state of no growth for thousands of years and then shift to a rapid growth state when the conditions are favorable. Again like Bechamp's microzyma, fungi produce and secrete a poisonous toxin called a mycotoxin. Finally, and once again like Bechamp's mycrozyma, fungi are opportunistic: that is they are contained in a healthy biological terrain but flourish in, and sometimes overwhelm, a compromised biological terrain.

Mycotoxins (along with prions now thought to be responsible for Mad Cow Disease) may in fact be just a new name for Bechamp's mycrozyma which have been alterred by "improper fermentation." The diseases linked to these mycotoxins parallel those which are linked to insulin/blood sugar imbalance as well as "inflammatory response." They include arthritis, alzheimer's, heart disease, cancer, allergies, candida or yeast overgrowth, inflammatory bowel syndrome, most if not all autoimmune diseases, and more. They also have the ability, like heavy metals, to unravel or damage DNA. Interestingly, certain drugs, most especially antibiotics, are themselves fungal toxins while other drugs act as anti-fungals. This in no way makes drugs an ideal option since all drugs work by interferring with or over-riding body systems - which is another way of saying drugs do nothing to improve the biological terrain. -- Grains-Mycotoxins

PH - Power of Hydrogen
The pH of your blood, tissues and bodily fluids affects the state of your cellular health and inner cleanliness or filth. When your pH levels are in proper balance, you will experience a high level of health and well-being. You will be able to resist states of "dis-ease" and the onset of chronic symptomatologies. Every metabolic and system function - including all regulatory mechanisms such as digestion, respiration, hormone release, neurotransmitter release and immunity - depends entirely on delicately-balanced pH. This is very similar to our built-in thermostat that battles to maintain a 98.6 degree system temperature.

pH stands for power of hydrogen. A pH test measures the concentration of hydrogen ions in your body. The more positively-charged hydrogen ions present, the more acids present. The less hydrogen ions present, the less acidity. The pH scale ranges between one and fourteen. Seven is considered neutral. Anything below seven is considered acidic. Anything above seven is considered alkaline. Like a thermometer that measures body temperature, the pH scale shows increases and decreases in the acid/alkaline content of your body's fluids (blood, saliva, urine, lymph, etc.).

A healthy body should operate slightly alkaline. Deviations above or below a 7.30 - 7.40 pH range in the blood can signal potentially serious and dangerous symptoms or states of "dis-ease" which warns us of a deeper rooted disease process. When your cell and tissue pH levels deviate from a healthy range (7.0 - 7.40) into an acidic state (below 7.0 pH), the acid wastes that your body is normally able to discard when it's healthy through the elimination routes start to back up like a clogged sewage system. When too many acids overwhelm the body from a poor diet or over-exposure to environmental toxins, the body's built-in defense mechanism will attempt to neutralize excess acid wastes. If the body's cell, tissue and blood pH becomes too acidic, the body will gear up to balance pH.

There are nine different internal buffering systems to neutralize acids and balance pH. If these nine neutralizing mechanisms finally go bankrupt and can no longer discard the acids to balance pH, the excess acids will severely compromise cellular integrity and cellular function. They do this by shutting off oxygen and nutrient uptake, and disrupting cellular frequency for communication. This leads to a complete metabolic and system breakdown where serious health problems will then manifest.