Antigen (antigen/antibody response)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Antigen: a foreign protein in the blood stream or lymphatic fluids that causes the body to ‘react’ with an autoimmune response.

Insect stings, spider bite and snake bites involve an antigen response as do undigested food proteins in the gut that enter the blood via a porous wall which is commonly thought of as an allergy to a food when it is really the inability to digest food proteins.

Parasites are ‘living’ food proteins. See Germ Theory of Disease in Glossary.

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