Category: Intracellular Defense System

Every cell has its function. Our physiology is a technology made up of organs that provide the conscious host with a range of movements. Each tissue participates in the proper functioning of other tissues, in a coordinated effort to support a collective desire for biological expression. When our internal environment, within the body’s circulatory system, is compromised – cells become vulnerable to contact by pathological entities (i.e., bacteria, viruses, parasites etc.). The invasion of our system by parasitic intelligences often leads to the degradation of tissue health, which can develop into a dysfunction in an entire organ. Pathogenic entities exert their deleterious effect on processes within the cell, which weaken its structural integrity. creating the conditions for energy vampirism of component that would otherwise be used by the cell for its growth processes.

To combat this, the cell initiates a cascade of events leading to the inflammatory response. In this category, you will find knowledge which describe mechanisms that the cell has in place for its protection.

suger pyramidScientific literature describes with great detail an involvement of B12, B9 and Vitamin D deficiencies, as well as, an impact of sugar consumption on our body’s healing mechanism. All these deficiencies are prevalent on a diet consisting of processed foods, empty carbs and dry and dehydrating substances.

B12, B9 and vitamin D are found in adequate amounts in a diet consisting of whole foods, such as grains eaten the day they were milled and animal muscle and organ meat which was raised on a pasture. Due to probiotic bacteria’s abilities to synthesis B12 and B9, as well as, synthesis of vitamin D on the skin following exposure to UVB light, a meatless diet is debatable. Yet, there are other factors in meat, that made it practically easy to obtain the necessary body-building and body-repairing materials needed for DNA repair and other healing processes.

We are concerned in this article to examine the exposure of toxic levels of sugar on physiological processes involving the quality of our blood vessels – the carries of The River of Life. Continue reading

brain scanOur brains have opioid receptors, and when activated cause a opium type of effect. Chemicals that activate it range from Morphine, Heroin, Dopamine and more[1]. This causes a reduction in your perception of pain, in your response to pain and increases your ability to withstand pain. Side effects are relaxation, depression of breathing, constipation, strong feeling of euphoria and dependence[2].

It appears that certain food we consume form small chains of proteins when digested in the gut, that have opioid properties. Wheat, Milk and Sugar.

All three of these staple foods are relatively new in our human  diet. As a species, we have a 2.5 million years of nutritional evolution through natural selection. Only 10,000-12,000 years ago we began agricultural practices that advocate consumption of cereal grains and legumes, domesticating livestock for milk and extracting refined sugar. These were in our diet for less then 1% of our evolution, and moreover, vegetable oils and processed foods are even more recent additions spanning only 100 years.

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