Posted by Ken | Posted in Bacteria &/or gut flora, Cell's communication, Glycoform, Glycoforms, Manapol, Mannatech, TED Conference, Wellness, Worldview | Posted on 18-07-2012
About 90% of prescribed drugs can only help to suppress symptoms of the disease, with no ability to actually kill or fix the disease.
Did you know that 80% of American children and 68% of American adults fail to consume the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables each day?
Antioxidant vitamins and minerals have received immense attention because of their important role in protection.
The overwhelming majority (roughly 90%) of poor health are not inherited, but result from environmental damage to cellular DNA or cellular processes.
Each individual’s nutritional status is known to be a critical component for protection from development of some diseases, including atherosclerosis and some cancers. Decreased immune function has been shown to be counteracted with dietary antioxidant supplementation. You need to understand what your immune and cellular systems require so you can learn how to rebuild your immune system. Science now knows that 70% is in the gut.
This makes sense as we know from the Scientific American article* that even one’s IQ is related to gut flora. Gut flora is destroyed by antibiotics and altered by inoculations which cause poor gut flora. The medical doctor in England, Dr. Wakefield, was disbarred when he voiced his concern that specifically the MRSA vaccine was causing problems with gut flora. He found the children with autism were having the worst of the gut flora problems and these came on after the child was vaccinated [read: bowel disturbance problems such as colitis, crohn's, IBS, etc.,]. Keep in mind Edward Bernays said they would dumb us down through “inoculations” [read; vaccines].
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* The Neuroscience of the Gut: Scientific American
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=the-neuroscience-of-gut&WT.mc_id=SA_CAT_HLTH_20110419 Strange but true: the brain is shaped by bacteria in the digestive tract. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. April 19, 2011