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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Blood: one of three fluid tissues of the body, the other two being, lymphatic fluid and cerebral spinal fluid.

Blood carries oxygen and nutrients from the heart and lungs to the body; approximately 40% of the blood leaving the heart is SUPPOSED TO service the head i.e. brain, ears and eyes. However, only 90% of circulating blood returns as blood, meaning there is a 10% leak in the circulatory system.

The leakage is the plasma proteins (amyloid fluids) released into the extracellular spaces (also known as interstitial spaces). These ‘escaped’ fluids are the vehicle by which the body exchanges nutrients for waste at the cellular level.

Waste is acidic (corrosive) in nature and must be removed from the tissues or suffering and premature aging occur. Aging is another word for an acid terrain and a toxic body.

Only when excess tissue fluids are picked-up and absorbed into the lymphatic system are they called ‘lymph’ fluids. Edema is a classic example of fluid retention and waste accumulation; edema is confirmation of a poorly functioning lymphatic system.

In young, healthy, active people, approximately 80% of waste-filled tissue fluids are absorbed by the lymphatic system. In older, less active people fluid waste circulation levels can be as low as 25%. Fluids remaining in the tissue spaces are loaded with amyloid waste proteins.

Waste residing in tissue spaces eventually ‘morphs’ and forms either amyloid plaque or scar tissue or both. These wastes are ‘structural’ in nature and cannot circulate out of the body because structure waste is ‘solid’ waste. form.

Breakdown of both amyloid plaque and scar tissue is part of the aging reversal process and the Young Again Club Protocols. The Tissue & Liver Protocol is a key component of the process along with ancillary products to assist the body in the reversal process. Ask for help!

For your information: lymphatic fluids rejoin the blood at the subclavian vein entering the heart; waste filled blood is processed by the liver; waste products removed by the liver is called ‘bile’; fatty, scarred, cirrhotic livers are highly compromised livers; liver function diminishes greatly after age 35; people who move their bodies and exercise are healthier than others because of the movement of waste fluids out of their tissues and down the toilet; compromised liver function can be restored if the body is provided the means and opportunity to release tissue waste; plaque and scar is not hard to dissolve; it just takes time and effort.

Solutions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

Read the 6th edition of the book, Young Again!

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