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When blood is polluted, high blood pressure and diabetes begin

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2022-06-28 21:14
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Is there a certain type of body that is more prone to diabetes? Modern medicine considers genetics and advancing age to be the main causes. If both parents are diabetic, 60% of the next generation will supposedly have diabetes, too. However, an inheritance of enzyme quantity and eating bits is a more accurate explanation for this phenomenon.

According to Edward Howell, the founder of enzymology, we inherit set quantity of enzymes from our parents when we are born. Humans intain their physical functions with the inherited enzymes, and icans that the enzymes are decreasing. Then death indicates the exhaustion of all enzymes. Naturally, a person who inherits large levels of enzymes is more likely to be stronger against illness. Therefore, parents need to pass on as many enzymes as they can.

How can parents pass on a lot of enzymes to the next generation? The parents themselves need to have a lot of enzymes. Similar to material inheritance, a person who received a lot from their own parents can pass on a lot to their own children.

However, in some cases, even a person who received a small amount from their parents may pass on a large amount to their offspring.

This similar to a situation in which the person is not being wasteful on a regular basis, saving, and working hard to accumulate wealth.

The renowned psychoanalyst Freud said that it takes 3 generation in a family for a child to be born with a mental disorder. One person with an unstable lifestyle does not become mentally ill so easily, but anxiety accumulates from earlier generations for mental illness to appear. A parent's unstable mental state will pile on over generations until a mentally ill patient is born.

A physical disease is no different. The human body is currently exposed to various pollutants, but a person consuming unhealthy food will not contract an illness immediately. What we learn from an experiment with mice is that the healthy mice do not get cancer even after one million cancer cells are injected. Homeostasis in the mice expels them.

In order for the mice to get cancer, they needed radiation exposure in addition to the injection of cancer cells. This shows nature's fundamental defense system against an intractable illness.

However, if a person wastes the enzymes they already have when the only received a small amount from his or her parents as it is, the body’s ability to nurture itself decreases geometrically. Illness takes hold in the body. The misfortune does not end there. If the enzymes are wasted away to an extreme, a child is born unhealthy and even has a possibility of congenital illness.

It is a frightfully sad story for my poor eating habits to ru my children and of future generations. Then, how is it po healthy conditions to my children?

The only solution is to purify the body. If the waste accumulated in the body is eliminated, we can reduce the squandering of enzymes, and the body can recover its energyand health.


In addition, if we consume plenty of enzymes through food and increase enzyme retention, more enzymes can be passed on to the children.

There is no particular body type with a “healthy constitution” but a person a person with a large quantity of enzymes in the body has a healthy constitution. Passing on a healthy constitution is a more definitive inheritance than material wealth.

Attributing diabetes to advanced age is also inaccurate. According to will not that principle, all elderly people should be diabetic. Aging in itself does not cause diabetes but rather the decrease in enzymes leads to the pitfall of metabolic abnormalities.

Advanced age and aging should not be interpreted as the same thing. "Advanced age" simply indicates the person's advancement in years lived,
but ‘aging" indicates the condition of enzyme deficiency. There are people who are young in age for whom the aging process starts early, and there are people who are advanced in age but maintain their youth.

In modern medicine, type 1 diabetes is seen as a problem with the creas's insulin secretion. However, even when insulin is released nornally, the insulin's resistance causes the function to diminish, and the cannot effectively burn off glucose. This is called "insulin resistance syndrome,” or type 2 diabetes. Currently, according to the CDC, 90 to 95% of diabetes patients in the United States suffer from type 2 diabetes, and just 5% of people have type1.

"Insulin resistance syndrome” is also called a “metabolic syndrome)” because it is an illness arising from a deficiency in metabolic enzymes.

Symptoms that start with a metabolic abnormality can become a stroke; if gets mired in a coronary artery, it becomes angina; if it gets involved in cell proliferation, it becomes cancer;
and if it is involved in cell function, it becomes “insulin resistance syndrome," aka diabetes.
before getting involve in a carotid artery
or blood vessel in the brain
can become a stroke;
if gets mired in a coronary artery, it becomes angina;
if it gets involved in cell proliferation, it becomes cancer;
and if it is involved in cell function, it becomes “insulin resistance syndrome," aka diabetes.

Modern medicine attempts to treat this disease by looking at each of the symptoms separately. In other words, it implements symptomatic treatment with one hundred different prescriptions for the one hundred different diseases. However, this sort of symptomatic treatment results in seeing only the tree and not the forest. If we take medicine that suppresses high blood pressure, what will happen to the body?

High blood pressure occurs when polluted blood is stopping blood from reaching various corners of the body, and the body is raising pressure in the vessels to remedy that situation. It has to pump hard in order for blood to reach all the way to the soles of the feet. This is the body’s normalizing operation, in other words, homeostasis.

If we take medication to forcibly stop this natural operation, not be able to reach our fingertips and toes. We will need to find another prescription to allow blood to reach the toes, and yet to protect the stomach from being destroyed by excessive medication, we will need to add another drug.
Modern medicine, with little consideration for the human body’s self-healing power, prescribes a handful of drugs for one disease. The person who consumes the handful of drugs vomits from the side effects, the eyes become hollow, hair falls out, cheeks become sunken, and the eyes lose their light. This one-dimensional diagnosis of an “eye for an eye, tooth for tooth” is ruining our bodies to a point of no return. 138 - 139