Microelement deficiency
Microelement deficiency is a primary cause of diseases. A healthy individual with a naturally functioning digestive system can synthesize all amino acids, including essential ones. However, macro and microelements must be obtained through diet, as no living being can synthesize them. Elements like zinc, lithium, iodine, bromine, chromium, selenium, silicon, iron, fluoride, manganese, and others are increasingly depleted in soil due to overexploitation, drastically reducing their presence in daily consumed products. Supplementing these deficiencies with dietary supplements is not as effective, as nature intended for these elements to be ingested through food. For farmers, enriching soil with these microelements is economically unfeasible due to the need for a radical change in farming practices and a lack of knowledge on how to do so. Additionally, the thermal processing and addition of preservatives to products further exacerbate the microelement deficit.

Diseases promoted by long-term microelement deficiency:

    Osteoporosis, osteochondrosis, scoliosis



    Arterial hypertension

    Cardiovascular diseases


    Hair, nail, and skin diseases

    Physical and mental developmental delays

    Infertility and reduced potency

    Weakened immunity

    Bronchial asthma and allergies

    Gastritis, dysbacteriosis, and chronic colitis


The deficiency of even one mineral causes serious problems
All organs and their systems in the human body are constructed in such a way that they function at approximately 20% of their maximum load under normal daily routine, which means they have a large reserve of endurance. However, if a person's diet lacks even one mineral, and it is replaced by another, the reserve of endurance decreases. For example, consuming a lot of thermally processed food starts to lead to a deficiency in silicon. The body begins to replace silicon with calcium. Without magnesium, calcium will not assimilate in the bones, but without silicon, it cannot strengthen and hold in place. The quality of the tissue weakens. If this happens to a blood vessel, micro cracks can form on its inner surface endothelium, on which atherosclerotic plaques begin to deposit.


The side effects of medications are a leading cause of death in many countries. Pharmaceutical therapy does not focus the medication's action solely on target tissues; it also affects heart, vascular, and nervous system receptors, disrupting their function. When a medication enters the body to enhance or weaken a function, it inevitably interacts with and affects at least one, and possibly many, other functions. The problem of drug side effects is compounded by the fact that certain signals or protein molecules may be used simultaneously in different organs and tissues for entirely different functions. Multicellular organisms can survive with far fewer genes than scientists once thought because the same gene products (proteins) are used for various functions. In a similar way, we use the letters of the alphabet to write all the words of a language. Pharmaceutical drugs suppress symptoms, but most do not address the cause of the problem.


Beneficial, or symbiotic, gut flora
Humans host about 3 kg of symbiotic, or beneficial, microflora in their intestines, consisting of around 500 types of microorganisms. More than 95-98% of these are bifido and lacto bacteria. Acidophilic rods, yeasts, and coli bacteria make up 1-2%. Beneficial microflora performs several important functions. It covers the intestinal villi with a thin protective layer called a biofilm, preventing toxins, spores, yeasts, etc., from entering our body. It plays an immunostimulatory role by stimulating the production of interferons, synthesizing immunoglobulins that stimulate leukocyte activity. Beneficial microflora synthesizes B group vitamins, amino acids, and enzymes. It acts as a sorbent, collecting preservatives, poisons, toxins, etc. Rapid climate change, stress, antibiotics, hormonal changes, parasitic and fungal invasions, and, of course, food choices, which play a very important role, negatively affect beneficial microflora.

However, there is another factor - the lacto and bifido bacteria in human intestines live in an anaerobic environment, but those cultivated artificially in an oxygen environment cannot survive once they enter the intestinal tract in an anaerobic environment. Moreover, the intestinal pathogenic microflora, which has proliferated due to inadequate nutrition, prevents the symbiotic microflora from settling. The bifido and lacto bacteria added to yogurts and kefirs, if they have been exposed to oxygen during their cultivation process, are essentially mutants, meaning they will not help eliminate dysbiosis.


Bacterial balance in the intestinal tract
By around 3 years of age, children have developed intestinal microflora, but if it does not fully develop, the child will be weak and sickly. Antibiotics are especially dangerous if given before the age of 3. Problems can also arise if the mother has taken antibiotics during pregnancy or breastfeeding, as they enter the child's body through the placenta or milk. Bacterial balance is health, but imbalance, when one bacterial group "pushes out" another, is disease.

There is a group of bacteria called Firmicutes, responsible for fat accumulation. They synthesize short-chain fatty acids from plant fibers. If these bacteria prevail, fat synthesis outpaces degradation, and the person becomes fatter. Moreover, Firmicutes suppress the satiety hormones leptin. Another group is Bacteroidetes, which stimulate intestinal cells to send immune signals to attract immune cells. Attacking an intestinal cell triggers an antigen-antibody autoimmune reaction. Systemic inflammation develops, spreading throughout the body and manifesting in various diseases. Firmicutes need fibers (beta-glucans, psyllium, inulin, pectin substances) to proliferate. Fermented fruits and vegetables fit well here.

Experiments with mice, which had a sterile gut tract, showed, for example, that transferring intestinal mass from old mice to young mice with sterile intestines caused the young mice to age rapidly. Transferring intestinal mass from obese mice to sterile mice made them start gaining weight. Diseases could be transmitted in the same way.

Propolis as an aid in improving gut microflora
Compared to antibiotics, which destroy both unwanted and necessary bacteria when using various groups such as macrolides, cephalosporins, aminoglycosides, and others, propolis, unlike antibiotics, also works against viruses, preventing them from reproducing and also prevents fungi from spreading, thus not displacing good bacteria. Moreover, bacteria do not develop resistance to propolis.
What are the functions and properties of good bacteria (lacto and bifido)?
Firstly, they are anaerobic because they do not need oxygen. Secondly, they do not use the food base that humans use; they only eat fibers, cellulose. They enjoy kale, radishes, rhubarb, Jerusalem artichokes, bran, alfalfa, all fibrous fruits, and vegetables. Good bacteria synthesize about 30-50 ml of ethyl alcohol daily, protecting our blood vessels from thrombosis. They synthesize B group vitamins, including B12 and folic acid. They release substances (protectors) that protect the intestinal mucosa from injuries, cracks. In this way, they help prevent ulcers and erosions, as well as the development of oncological processes.

Beekeeping products also fit well for maintaining good bacteria. Bee bread helps restore good microflora. It is the only naturally occurring product where these bacteria are found in a preserved form. It is important to note that if you use bee bread as a means or seed for restoring good bacteria, it should be chewed minimally to protect the bacteria from the effects of stomach acid and bile, which destroy them.

Dysbiosis, or dysbacteriosis, is both a qualitative and quantitative disruption of the biological balance between pathogenic and symbiotic microflora. It is a typical problem of the 21st-century society. Dysbiosis is found in almost all intestinal tract diseases. The consequences of using antibiotics and immunosuppressants are always dysbiosis. For example, after using antibiotics, it takes 2 months for good microflora to fully recover because it is suppressed by fungi, which antibiotics usually do not affect. Therefore, during this time, antifungal agents, even propolis, should be used. Anemia, immunodeficiency, allergy, bronchial asthma, serious skin diseases, oncology – one of the main causes of these problems is dysbiosis.

Dyspeptic syndrome or intolerance to certain products (e.g., milk) indicates dysbiosis.

The gastrointestinal tract in the human body is one of the most complex systems, only the brain is more complex. A child before birth, being in the mother's womb, is in sterile conditions. And only at birth does the first contact with bacteria, viruses, etc., occur. This means that the intestines of a newly born child are sterile. With the first sip of mother's milk (colostrum), the child is given innate immunity. Good bacteria are received - such as bifido, lacto bacteria, acidophilic intestinal rods, etc. Immunity is formed in the first 24 hours of life for life. Good microflora settles on the intestinal walls, where it will remain for the rest of life. If good bacteria do not enter with mother's milk, the empty space will not remain; bad ones will settle - staphylococci, enterococci, streptococci, fungi, and so on, which will compete for the food base, consume oxygen, and also release toxins. If glucose is given to a child instead of mother's milk at first, the first taste impression will be incorrectly formed, and there will be a high probability of developing diabetes in later life.

Health comes from the garden, but diseases from the stable
The cause of inflammatory processes in the human body is the fermentation and putrefaction of food products, which anyway occurs, just not on the outside when the products themselves spoil, but already inside the human body.

Rotting apples or, for example, vegetables do not create such a smell as boiled rotting meat, cottage cheese, or eggs. The putrefaction products of protein nutrition are indole, skatole, and mercaptan, which easily pass through the human intestinal mucosa and enter the bloodstream, thereby overloading both the liver and the immune system. The amount of free radicals increases, damaging DNA, but then the path to oncology is already paved. Consuming a large amount of hard-to-digest proteins increases immune system activity. The possibility of inflammatory foci in internal organs increases, followed by swelling of inflamed tissues, blood supply disorders, hence metabolic disorders.

Meat and dairy products containing proteins are poorly processed. Methane is released as a result of putrefaction, which destroys vitamin B6. Carcinogens and water-insoluble mucus are formed. Over the years, they accumulate, become harder, and interfere with the absorption of nutrients in the intestines. As a result, there is a desire to eat more. The sticky mass in the intestines hinders peristalsis. The smooth intestinal musculature lacks the strength to expel it. Constipation occurs, and oxidized lipids enter the blood through the walls of the large intestine. This can manifest as headaches and reduced blood flow dynamics because the blood has thickened.

The normal thickness of the intestines should be 2 mm. However, in modern humans, it can be several millimeters. Since the length of the intestines is several meters, people with large bellies are encountered quite often. 

Mitochondria are cell organelles that release energy in the form of ATP. If for various reasons a cell does not receive energy and nutrients – it stops functioning and dies.


Since tissues consist of cells, as the number of dead cells increases, tissue function is disrupted. Tissues form organs. Organ function is disrupted. Organs form systems (humans have 12 systems - nervous, food processing, respiratory, etc.). If an organ performs its functions poorly, the overall functionality of the organism decreases, and the next step is the beginning of organ collapse. Symptoms may appear when the organ collapse's initial stage has already occurred. If changes occur in organs and systems, the consequences can be irreversible.


In nature, humans do not live alone. Along with us live many living organisms that have lived on earth much longer than us and are better adapted. Even if cells receive full nutrition, it may be in vain if the organism is not cleansed. Parasites have killed more people than all the wars combined throughout history. According to WHO data, a third of all deaths are related to the presence of parasites (bacteria, viruses, fungi, helminths). A person can have more than 100 types of parasites, ranging from microorganisms to worms and some species of tapeworms several meters long. Our body's tissues and cells live, eat, and excrete parasites just as we do. The toxins released by them acidify our organism and otherwise harm it, reduce the quality of life, and manipulate our brains. Infected people become aggressive, uncontrollable, angry, nervous, and depressed. Hippocrates said, if there is a disease, there is also a cause. According to statistics and research, every person is a carrier of some parasite, starting from fungi and viruses to ascarids and tapeworms, often their combination. Parasites live in various organs, tissues, and cells, perfectly camouflage themselves, are great lovers of vitamins, microelements, as well as devour leukocytes and erythrocytes. According to global data, 95% of the population is infected with various parasites, which cause about 16 million deaths each year, including non-parasitic diseases such as arthritis, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, bronchial asthma, allergies, diabetes, stomach ulcers, chronic fatigue syndrome. All these diseases can be the consequences of chronic parasitic infections.

Humans can be infected in various ways, for example, by not washing hands, interacting with pets, eating unwashed fruits and vegetables, etc. For example, one gram of sick dog feces can contain up to 40,000 toxocara eggs. Eggs are found everywhere - in children's sandboxes, squares, parks, areas around apartment buildings. The disease is diagnosed by determining antibodies against the parasite in the blood serum. Also, not finding worm eggs in fecal analyses does not mean that there are no parasites because the worm does not lay eggs every day.

What signs indicate the presence of parasites?
  1. Grinding teeth. This can especially be observed in small children. Children are capricious, hyperactive, or the opposite. They get tired quickly. Whiny with pale skin. Long-lasting cough. Frequent chronic diseases: angina, bronchitis, tonsillitis, sinusitis, pain in the navel area, itching in the anal area.

  2. Anemia. Many parasites eat blood cells, one ascarid eats 35-40 ml of blood daily.

  3. Chronic fatigue syndrome. All parasites eat the very best, especially vitamins A and B12, and also excrete in our organism.

  4. Gastrointestinal syndrome. Most parasites live in the small and large intestines, causing mechanical obstruction of the bile ducts, intestinal lumen, erosion of the intestinal walls, ulcers, gas, abdominal bloating. A person has constipation, diarrhea.

  5. Sleep disturbances. (a person gets up at night to eat), nervousness and excitement because the cells are starving and are being poisoned by toxins excreted by parasites.

  6. Problematic skin. Parasites cause urticaria, rashes, eczema, and other allergic skin reactions, alopecia, piebald skin depigmentation, papillomas, dermatitis, psoriasis, neurodermatitis, etc.

  7. Pain in joints and muscles. It is known that parasites can move around the body, choosing for themselves the most comfortable substances, such as joint fluid and muscles.

  8. Immunity disorders. Parasites weaken immunity by reducing the secretion of immunoglobulins.

It has been observed, for example, that diabetes can be long-term parasitization of the trematode parasite in the pancreatic tissues, which sucks everything necessary from it, poisoning it with its toxic metabolic end products.

Specialists of various fields deal with the consequences of the same cause.
People with the consequences of the same cause, such as intoxication and hypoxia, caused by the accumulation of toxins and a deficiency of alkaline microelements, as well as a lack of water, turn to specialists of various fields.

    liver – to a pulmonologist,

    elevated sugar – to an endocrinologist,

    pressure and heart rhythm – to a cardiologist,

    hemoglobin – to a hematologist,

    veins – to a phlebologist,

    rectum – to a proctologist,

    cholesterol – to various specialists.


Iron deficiency anemia
Anemia or anemia is not really a disease but a symptom of other diseases, so it is necessary to find out the causes that caused it. Anemia manifests itself with a low level of hemoglobin and a reduction in the number of erythrocytes. Hemoglobin is responsible for the delivery of oxygen through the blood, and if this function is performed insufficiently, the consequences of hypoxia can be very serious.
Here are some signs of anemia:
    Ð  low blood pressure,

    Ð  yellow eyes, also yellow and pale skin,

    Ð  fatigue, headaches, there may even be fainting or dizziness,

    Ð  enlarged spleen,

    Ð  palpitations, chest pain, angina,

    Ð  shortness of breath

The lifespan of erythrocytes is about 120 days, but if it is shorter, such a type of anemia as hemolytic anemia develops. This type can develop if there is a lack of vitamins B12 and B9 or iron. Vitamins C and B12 are antagonists, so an excessive amount of vitamin C can affect. There can also be dyserythropoietic anemia (blood formation disorders in the bone marrow), posthemorrhagic anemia (blood loss), aplastic anemia (blood formation disorders in the bone marrow).

If there is a large loss of erythrocytes, an immunoenzymatic blood analysis must be carried out urgently. The cause may be trauma or parasites such as lamblia, ascaris, opisthorchis, hookworm. It can be radiation and a deficiency of vitamin B12, so in this situation, eating meat and iron-containing tablets will hardly help.

If a doctor tells a patient that a low level of hemoglobin in the blood and the amount of iron is because you do not eat meat, then this is a serious reason to question the professional competence of such a doctor. Because, if there are no large sudden blood losses, you eat greens, there is enough vitamin B12 and there are no parasites, for example, ascariasis, giardiasis, then there cannot be a low level of hemoglobin.

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                                            Causes of Diseases

Several centuries ago, medicine of that era blamed evil spirits for all ailments and drilled holes in the head to expel them. Nowadays, bacteria, viruses, and inherited genes are blamed for everything – a harmful bacterium entered a healthy person and caused inflammation or another pathological process. This is a convenient theory that avoids considering the overall condition of a person. The doctor's task is to kill this bacterium and stop the process it caused. The person will then become healthy and happy again. The logic is that any healthy person can become sick if a bacterium enters their body. In nature, viruses and bacteria are not evil; if they were, humans would have been extinct long ago.

No animal or plant can be independent of what it consumes.

Modern children are the fourth generation to grow up in a chemically saturated world: chemical food, chemotherapy drugs, hormonal preparations, antibiotics, vaccines, pollution of air and water, various electromagnetic radiations. Their immune barriers are already compromised before they are born.

All systems (cardiovascular, respiratory, excretory, etc.) in the human body normally function with a 20 – 30% load, except for the digestive system, which operates at 100% load in modern humans.

More than 2000 years ago, the founder of medicine, Hippocrates, said - how can one understand human diseases if they do not know from what they feed.

Nature has designed and adapted a specific diet for every type of animal, including humans. If the diet is not as intended, or even if it includes foods not found in nature, a large amount of waste, including toxic substances, is produced. If these substances enter in large amounts and the excretory system cannot eliminate them in time, they begin to accumulate and provide a breeding ground for various organisms.


Metabolic Syndrome
Initially, a person may feel fine, a so-called "genre classic": sedentary lifestyle, inadequate diet dominated by fast carbohydrates, and not without alcohol. Over a long period, gradually reducing the body's resilience and resources, the following appear:
Elevated blood pressure (arterial hypertension).
Blood pressure should not exceed 120/80 mmHg, regardless of age. Blood pressure is linked to health issues, not age.
Visceral fat deposition.
Increased waist size and belly overhang, associated with the deposition of visceral fat. This is most dangerous, especially if fat accumulates on internal organs. Hence the saying – a lean person is not always healthy, but an obese person is always sick.
It is important to monitor changes in lipid levels, so a lipid profile analysis or lipidogram should be performed to determine triglycerides (TG), high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C), low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C), and total cholesterol (TC).
Elevated glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) level in the blood.
Testing should be performed several times over a month to analyze if there is an elevated glucose level in the blood. If higher than 5.5 mmol/l, it indicates a progression towards insulin resistance. It's simpler to perform a glycated hemoglobin test, which measures how hemoglobin molecules have attached plasma glucose over the erythrocyte's lifespan (approximately 120 days), as the total value of glycated hemoglobin depends on the glucose concentration in the plasma during the erythrocyte's lifespan.
Insulin resistance.
The most characteristic signs of insulin resistance are drowsiness after meals, especially after consuming fast carbohydrates, difficulty losing excess weight, a strong craving for sweets, frequent hunger, and increased appetite.

Metabolic syndrome is a disturbance of the energy balance, as excess energy is converted into fat. Too much sugar intake leads to fat deposition in internal organs. As a result, these areas have impaired circulation, and the immune system triggers the production of interleukins, which start to damage all cells they encounter, entering the bloodstream. This affects joints, blood vessel walls, the nervous system, liver, kidneys, pancreas, etc. This condition is a systemic chronic inflammation in the body, which is the main cause of accelerated aging, but in its acute form, it can manifest in any part of the body.

As a result, metabolic syndrome manifests as joint problems, cancer, dementia, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, cardiovascular diseases, various autoimmune diseases, and many other commonly heard diseases. Therefore, it is no coincidence that metabolic syndrome is also referred to (of course, metaphorically) as a first call from the afterlife.

Nature did not intend for cooking and boiling
If we boil water and drink what settles at the bottom of the kettle, do we get minerals? Of course not, because they have transformed into a form insoluble in water. Drinking such water damages the kidneys. The same happens with any product when boiled or fried. The difference is that you don't see all that in bread, soup, porridge, and many other things, but you do in water.

Nature did not intend for boiling and frying; there are no such products as fried or boiled potatoes, pasta, white bread, croutons, etc. These are thermally processed starches that clog liver ducts. Metabolic processes are disrupted. Cells die in the liver. Scars and fibrosis develop in the tissues. Blood pressure rises. Then come problems with the lower hollow veins, varicose veins expansion, thrombophlebitis. Congestion in the arteries of the lower extremities, hemorrhoids.

Sorrel and rhubarb should not be boiled because the oxalic acid in them, when transformed into an inorganic form, forms oxalic acid crystals, harming the kidneys and clogging their channels.


What can harm the human body?
Neither honey, nor pollen, nor citrus fruits, nor strawberries can harm a person unless their body has accumulated dead and rotting harmful products. These are dispersed toxins and dead cells that have not been timely eliminated from various tissues, paranasal sinuses, lungs, bronchi, blood vessels, liver, and intestinal tract. Accumulating in the body and rotting in conditions of oxygen deficiency, dead cells turn into pus, damaging surrounding healthy tissues, which become extremely sensitive to any external factor: cold, heat, pollen, honey, citrus fruits. Any of these can trigger an allergic process.
Animal Proteins
Animal products contain high-molecular proteins, consisting of long spirals of amino acids. Consuming such products daily, as a result of digestion, some are converted into collagens and accumulate on the walls of capillaries. Consequently, capillaries narrow, and blood thickens. This increases the load on the heart. The entry of undigested proteins and inorganic minerals into the blood is a reason for elevated blood pressure. The immune system is overloaded, perceiving undigested amino acids as antigens that need to be destroyed. A huge number of diseases are associated with immune system overload.


Pathogenic Microflora
The suppression of pathogenic microflora and the proliferation in symbiosis is possible if there is an adequate supply of carbohydrates and fibers, and a small amount of animal proteins in the diet. The proliferation of pathogenic microflora in large quantities inevitably produces harmful waste products. Dysbiosis develops, which can lead to diarrhea, constipation, ulcerative colitis, hernias, appendicitis, liver, and pancreatic dysfunction, among others.


Bezoars from persimmons
Bezoars are dense and compact clumps of indigestible fibers in the stomach. The most indigestible fibers are found in persimmons, but also in smaller amounts in grapes and plums.

The mucilage in persimmons in the stomach binds with proteins consumed in the diet and deposits on the fibers of persimmons. This forms a compound that, when glued together, forms a ball. This ball gets stuck in the stomach and gradually increases in size. The weight of a bezoar can reach more than 2 kilograms, and surgical intervention may be required to remove it. If it remains in the stomach for a long time, various bacteria that cause unpleasant breath can migrate into the bezoar. Foul breath from the mouth, when there are no other reasons, is one of the symptoms of a bezoar.

Another symptom, as the bezoar increases in size (approaching 10cm), is a quick feeling of fullness when eating, accompanied by stomach pain, especially after meals. Burping and nausea are possible, but vomiting does not occur.

Persimmons should only be eaten in the morning, not in the evening. They should not be washed down with water or milk. Persimmons should only be eaten when fully ripe. The skin should not be eaten. This fruit should not be mixed with other foods, especially those rich in proteins. Persimmons are particularly not recommended for diabetics. Those with intestinal adhesions should avoid eating persimmons.

There is an increased risk of bezoar formation in those with gastrointestinal candidiasis. The most effective method of investigating bezoars is gastroscopy.

Bezoars can be removed not only by surgical intervention but also by dissolving them. Here, the otherwise very harmful drink Coca-Cola can be useful. The orthophosphoric acid it contains, along with carbon dioxide, effectively dissolves bezoars. Diluted apple cider vinegar can also be used for dissolution.


Toxin Accumulation in the Body
As long as we drink, breathe, and eat, even in the world's cleanest region, not to mention polluted ones, all of us without exception excrete waste products 24 hours a day. This is normal, and the body can handle it. Toxins are divided into water-soluble (80%) and fat-soluble (20%). The so-called fat-soluble toxins are dissolved with enzymes and bile produced by the liver. They are then eliminated through the intestines, while water-soluble toxins, passing through the kidneys, are excreted with urine. If the body operates in an optimal regime, it can handle this task, and there are no problems. If not – for example, if a person consumes an inadequate diet, symptoms start to appear.

For example, if we add something to water (coffee, tea, etc.), it is no longer water; it is some kind of solution in water. The kidneys cannot work with solutions; they need time and energy to separate the additives from the water. Therefore, to excrete anything from the body, water is needed. Lack of water is the main reason why unexcreted toxins accumulate in the kidneys. A person who does not drink water at all will definitely have accumulated toxins, only the question is how much.

Unexcreted toxins circulate in the blood, and the first to suffer are the heart and blood vessels. Blood pressure decreases (hypotensive syndrome). If this condition continues, the body activates a reserve elimination system – elimination through sweat via the skin, accompanied by unpleasant sweat odor and dermatological rashes. Toxins start to deposit in the skin derivatives: nails and hair. Nails begin to delaminate and break, and hair to fall out, and in this case, shampoo will not help.

Only light toxins can be excreted through the skin, but there are also so-called heavy toxins or large molecular compounds that cannot be excreted through the skin; they deposit in the bones. Bones are connective tissue matrix consisting of collagen, which is a protein. As is known, newborns do not have bones, they have cartilage structures - bone matrices, which gradually fill with calcium, phosphorus, salts, and become hard. As toxins continue to accumulate, the body has no choice but to place heavy toxins in the bones. Calcium and phosphorus are replaced with heavy metals, and symptoms of osteoporosis will not be long in coming, and additional calcium intake will not help. Further accumulation of toxins borders on oncology.

The presence of toxins is most felt by pregnant women up to the 12th week, when the fetus is in the embryonic stage and the woman's toxic load rapidly increases. Nausea during pregnancy is a sign of pregnancy toxemia. A sign of toxemia is also when a child dislikes toxic milk because the mother has toxemia. If a woman rapidly gains weight after childbirth, it means that the weight has not disappeared. No diets or medications will help; toxins must be expelled. A pregnancy that has proceeded with toxemia results in boys who later in life have a tendency towards morning coffee and beer.

One of the initial signs of toxin accumulation is a decrease in blood pressure – hypotension, because toxins in the blood plasma interfere with maintaining normal pressure. To improve performance, eliminate drowsiness, maintain tone, or normalize blood pressure, many people regularly drink coffee. Symptoms are removed for a couple of hours, but the problem remains. Crystals form in the kidneys, and over time, due to these changes, the opposite process begins – blood pressure rises. The ideal standard of 120/80+/- 10 becomes the second stage of hypertension. Lowering blood pressure with medications becomes ineffective because the kidneys should actually be dealt with, otherwise small blood vessels clog with salts, atherosclerosis occurs. Body detoxification is necessary!


Why does body temperature rise and when does it happen?
Temperature rises in infectious diseases and in chronic or acute hyperthyroidism thyrotoxicosis because toxins are produced in the body that paralyze oxidative phosphorylation, that is, ATP (energy molecule) synthesis in the presence of oxygen, which accumulates energy and then gradually releases it for the body's functioning needs. ATP does not form if tissues contain toxic compounds and there is an excessive amount of thyroxine (thyroid hormone). If ATP is not synthesized, energy is converted into heat, and the body's tissues' temperature rises.
Acidosis and Alkalosis
Acidosis (acidic blood reaction) complicates the delivery of oxygen to tissues, whereas, if there is an excessive amount of alkalis in the blood (alkalosis), especially if this increase occurs rapidly, there can also be a lack of oxygen, because oxygen, so to speak, will get stuck, leading to lipid components losing their configuration due to erythrocyte lysis.
Hypoxia is a lack of oxygen in the body. We need oxygen for many life processes, for example, to operate muscles, the brain, etc. Unwillingness to move is one of the first signs because muscle activity consumes a lot of oxygen. Brain activity also consumes a lot of energy. Phrases often heard in everyday life - ''somehow tired'', ''head does not work, forgot''. People look for various excuses. But the reason is a lack of oxygen. Also, headaches, poor sleep, nightmares, depression are signs of hypoxia. Another sign is a craving for fast carbohydrates because there is a lack of energy.

Fat-free diets are actually a path to hypoxia. The inner lining of the pulmonary alveolus consists of surfactant, which is 99% fat and 1% protein. If there is a lack of fats, oxygen insufficiently enters the blood. Thus, hypoxia. If this continues during pregnancy, it poses a serious threat to the child, possibly leading to brain function disorders and all types of memory disorders.

The air we breathe, from the lungs, oxygen enters the blood. In turn, blood is the universal transport that delivers oxygen to the cells. The main and most important role in this process is played by erythrocytes in the blood, which contain hemoglobin, a protein that performs this function. If the diet lacks the raw materials to produce hemoglobin, the blood cannot fully perform its function (anemia). Of course, there can be other reasons – parasites, fungi, viruses, etc. The liquid part in the blood should be 85%, if this proportion is lower, then the blood will be thick. For example, if a person drinks little water. In this case, too, the delivery of oxygen to the cells will be difficult, because the smallest blood vessel diameter is only 3 microns. If erythrocytes are clumped together, they will not enter the small blood vessels. Another reason could be a lack of microelements such as sodium, potassium in erythrocytes. As a result, they can be charged differently from the outside, both negatively and positively. This means that opposite charges attract each other or erythrocytes stick together, forming conglomerates. Another reason for blood thickening could be a lack of enzymes. Undigested animal proteins entering the blood create pus, thicken the blood, and complicate the delivery of oxygen to the cells.

Once oxygen finally reaches the cell, it does not end there. It must pass through the cell envelope - the membrane, which consists of phospholipids, on whose quality depends the quality of the membrane. Another condition for hemoglobin's entry or non-entry into the cell is the adequate intake of lecithin and coenzyme with the diet. To assimilate oxygen, there must be enough ATP (AdenosineTriPhosphate).

Therefore, to ensure our cells are not starved of oxygen, the diet must include quality fats (not surrogate fats), fats are needed for the lungs, especially saturated fatty acids. Sufficient water intake is necessary to avoid thick blood. Enzymes, phospholipids, proteins, more precisely, amino acids are needed. Summarizing the above – a normal diet is the most effective means against hypoxia.

Improper Eating
More than a thousand years ago, Avicenna said that if a person is sick:

  ψ  First, they must abstain from food.

  ψ  Second, they must undergo intestinal tract cleansing procedures.

  ψ  Third, they must change their eating habits and flush the ''body's sewage systems'' (lymphatic, urinary systems, and gastrointestinal tract). And only then, if that has not helped, they can seek medical assistance.

The biggest mistake is to consume products that are ''killed'' chemically, using carcinogenic E-substances, preservatives containing formaldehyde, dyes, stabilizers, enzyme blockers, antibiotics, hormones, acids, etc. By extending product shelf lives, the food industry destructively affects the human body. All these additives damage immunity. For example, monosodium glutamate (E-621), added as a flavor enhancer in broth cubes, soy sauces, various spices. This E additive damages brain cells, can cause headaches and damage up to Alzheimer's disease, destroys the retina, can cause glaucoma.

Especially Dangerous Food Additives
  Θ  Dyes: E-103; 105; 121; 123;125; 126; 130; 131; 142; 152.

  Θ  Preservatives: E–210; 211; 213-217; 240.

  Θ  Acidity regulator (in juices): E-330.

  Θ  Very negatively affects pancreatic and stomach function: E - 221-226; 320-322; 338-341; 407; 450; 461-466.

  Θ  Allergen causing: E-230-232; 311-313.

  Θ  Damaging to kidneys and liver: E - 171-173; 320-322.

  Θ  Damages vision and not only: E-621; 641.


What Happens in the Body if There is a Lack of Water?
Blood thickens, causing blood pressure to rise. With increased blood pressure, respiration accelerates, heart rate increases, hemoglobin level rises. Body cells receive less oxygen because it is delivered with water. As oxygen gives energy to cells to absorb nutrients, their amount decreases. The ability to eliminate waste products worsens because urine volume decreases. This, in turn, leads to acidification of the body environment, increasing bilirubin and sugar levels. An acidic environment is favorable for the development of unwanted bacteria, viruses, parasitic fungi. Once the acid-alkali balance is disrupted, fungi also go on the attack.


Myth About Mineral Leaching with Water
It is a myth that drinking a lot of water leaches valuable minerals from the body, wears out internal organs and bones. In fact, nothing is leached from the body unless substances that force it to do so enter. For example, sugar (ordinary), which intensifies calcium excretion, or animal proteins that increase the body's internal environment's acidity (nitric acid), for the neutralization of which calcium is spent.


Salt Raises Blood Pressure
Eating a larger amount of salt inevitably enters the blood and increases osmotic pressure. This rapidly changes the balance of all fluids in the body. The body cannot allow this and immediately tries to compensate by diluting the blood with water until the physiological concentration of 0.9% NaCl is reached. As the total blood volume in the blood vessels increases, as a result, blood pressure also rises. Therefore, hypertensive patients are advised to consume as little salt as possible. The kidneys excrete fluid at a constant rate.

It should also be noted that if salty is eaten with sweet in one meal, that is, alkali with acid, the balance is disrupted, leading to the blocking of digestive enzymes. For example, drinking a sweet drink after eating salty food leads to the formation of kidney stones.


Uric Acid
Uric acid is a byproduct of protein breakdown in the liver. Especially from meat, a large amount of denatured proteins enters the blood. Uric acid concentration in the blood rises rapidly, and the blood thickens. Tissue cells suffer from a lack of oxygen, and metabolic processes are disrupted. Therefore, meat eaters often experience shortness of breath. Uric acid salt crystals do not filter out and remain in the kidneys because they crystallize earlier and therefore do not pass through membranes, further with blood they can spread throughout the body. Uric acid crystals settle in joints and muscles, leading to such popular diseases as rheumatism, gout, arthritis.


The mucous glands secrete a secretion, which is a covering, moisturizing liquid in various places, for example, pleura, pericardium, abdominal cavity. If a person inhales, for example, dusty air, the mucous glands intensively produce secretion to wash away the dust.


Diseases as Accelerated Detoxification
The accelerated process of the body's self-cleaning is called diseases, which we know as, for example, pharyngitis, laryngitis, runny nose, cough, and others, when mucus accumulates and makes breathing difficult. Allergies are also a manifestation of toxin elimination from the body, which can occur in various ways: through the skin, bronchi, lungs, and nasopharynx. The body tries to get rid of toxins in all possible ways. Therefore, it would be more logical to help the body detoxify, rather than stopping it with medications.


Vitamin C Deficiency
There is no such thing as periodontitis only in the mouth. If your gums bleed when you brush your teeth, it means that periodontitis is throughout the body. It is a vitamin C deficiency, which manifests as comprehensive damage to single-cell capillaries. Blood vessels are injured, so erythrocytes and platelets enter the intercellular fluid. If the process progresses, life-threatening phenomena may follow: stroke, heart attack.


Only fatty and sweet provide energy (sugar substitutes do not). Therefore, if you limit fats, you will crave sweets because the body needs energy. Reducing cholesterol intake in the diet rapidly reduces the production of the hormone insulin in the pancreas because cholesterol is a raw material for hormones. Adequate iodine is also important in the insulin production process. Cholesterol is not found in plant fats. It is only in animal fats. If you eat a lot of sugar (especially drinking sweetened soft drinks and juices) and do not consume cholesterol, your body simply has nothing from which to synthesize insulin. The sugar level is high, but there is no insulin (type 2 diabetes).
Herbicide Roundup
The herbicide Roundup, widely used in conventional agriculture, promotes the development of cancer in various ways. First, it increases the proportion of pathogenic intestinal microflora. This, in turn, is associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer forms. The proliferation of pathogenic bacteria can promote the proliferation of proteins such as zonulin, which can cause increased intestinal permeability syndrome, resulting in undigested proteins entering the bloodstream and overloading the immune system.

Roundup creates a destructive chain of processes in nature and the human body.


Among the main causes of inflammatory processes - fast carbohydrates and lectins - is also casein, which is difficult to digest in the human body, but is an excellent construction glue that can be used in carpentry. Casein accounts for 87% of the total protein content in cow's milk. For example, cottage cheese and cheeses are concentrated casein. Carcinogens combined with casein form a very dangerous combination.


Fungi in a healthy human body are like ''obligate parasites''. They live in symbiosis with their host, human, benefiting both sides, but fungi go on the attack as soon as the acid-alkali balance in the body is disrupted, which can be caused by stress, surgeries, wounds, drugs, smoking, unhealthy diet. If the body is in an acidic environment, ''obligate parasites'' transform from their beneficial primordial form into a pathogenic form, attacking their host. Rapid proliferation of pathogenic fungi is also observed after antibiotic use. Fungi feed on antibiotics (streptomycin, tetracycline, penicillin) and on dead microorganisms. There are external fungal diseases (on the skin, mucous membranes) and internal (in the blood, intestinal tract), which spread throughout the body. The body has a law - fungi are always expelled through the skin. Therefore, everything that appears on the skin, peels, flakes, cracks, itches, in any part of the body: on the hands, feet, between the fingers, underarms - all this is fungi. We treat this as psoriasis, dermatitis. Diathesis along with immunity disorders is a fungal infection.


What Products Do Fungi Like?
Yeast-baked bread, dairy products with sugar, ice cream, buns, meat. Do not use rotten apples and bananas with brown spots in the diet. Many fungi not only spread in tissues but are also poisonous through their secreted toxins. Currently, doctors can distinguish about 400 types of toxins. For example, aflatoxin, produced by mold fungi, can cause liver cancer! Therefore, never eat moldy products!


If a little more than 100 years ago candidiasis affected about 10% of the population, today this number is approaching 90%, and the reason for this is the change in diet.

The main causes of candidiasis are C. tropicalis, C. albicans, C. glabrata, C. parapsilosis, C. krusei. They are yeast-like fungi. The causes can also be mold fungi, such as aspergillus, botrytis, etc. It is normal for candida to inhabit the body. The main colonies reside in the intestinal tract. More than 100 candida are known, and about 50 rarer ones should be added.

With weakened immunity, candidiasis can appear in any part of the body. For example, white coating on the tongue in the mornings undoubtedly indicates candidiasis. It affects both women and men.

A part of candida are symbionts, but another part are parasites, the main thing is that they are in balance. The balance is maintained by immunity and symbiotic bacteria unless they are destroyed by antibiotics. Unfortunately, with the toxic preparations that doctors prescribe, candida cannot be completely eradicated. For example, the appearance of thrush indicates systemic candidiasis in the body.

Just as with all chronic inflammations, skin diseases such as psoriasis, dermatitis, neurodermatitis often end with tumors. Candidiasis spreading along the mucous membrane of internal organs and growing into it promotes the development of oral cavity, mammary glands, female genital organs, as well as urinary bladder (both in men and women) oncological diseases.

The most common symptoms of candidiasis:
     itching in intimate areas,

     regular craving for sweets,

     white or gray coating on the tongue,

     various rashes on the skin (pimples, dermatitis, acne, etc.),

     regularly stuffy nose,

     urinary and genital infections, cystitis,

     bloating, dysbiosis,

     regular fatigue,

     ammonia-like breath from the mouth,

     pain in joints.

Prevention – radically reduce the consumption of sweets, switch to adequate nutrition, physical activities, and clothing from natural materials. Candidiasis does not like garlic, cloves, propolis, thyme, and horseradish.

The Body's Last Chance to Get Rid of Toxins is Through the Skin
Everything that appears on the skin, allergies, psoriasis, neurodermatitis – means that the body has been affected by fungal infections. Toxins that cannot be completely eliminated through the excretory systems, the last chance for the body to get rid of them is through the skin. This is especially manifested in places where there are large lymph nodes: elbow joints, knee joints, cheeks. Therefore, for example, if there is allergodermatosis, it cannot be cured with antibiotics, antidepressants, or hormonal preparations.