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Glaucoma: a eye condition that results in loss of vision from excess pressure within the eye.


Why Glaucoma Occurs – Understanding the Problem

Excess eye pressure restricts blood supply to the retina and macula causing deterioration of the eye and eventually, blindness. Poor blood supply means lack of oxygen and nutrients necessary for the body to heal and repair itself including fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins, etc.

Serious eye problems are an issue of poor circulation of blood in the head. But poor blood circulation is only half of the circulation story; lymphatic circulation is the other half.

The lymphatic system is responsible for removal of tissue waste. Poor lymphatic circulation is a key element in the formation of plaque and scar tissue.

Waste that fails to exit the eye produces inflammation and further deterioration with the eye. Waste that settles on the lens of the eye is called a cataract. They are common for people  age 50 and beyond because they have restricted circulation in the head.

Glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataract always involves three things: inflammation, waste accumulation and poor circulation. These three factors are the same factors that bring on loss of mental function (senility and Alzheimer’s) nerve disorders like Parkinson’s and, of course, loss of hearing.

Formation of amyloid plaque and scar tissue go hand in hand with serious vision problems, as do clogged capillary beds in the head. Restricted circulation throughout the body needs to be understood in terms of a structural issue.

Structural issues means circulation is limited because abnormal structures prevent adequate blood and lymph flow. Scar tissue is STRUCTURAL WASTE and so is amyloid plaque.

While eye and vision problems stem from poor blood and lymph flow, diet, digestion and lifestyle choices also play a big part.

Imbalances of the regulatory hormones insulin and leptin plays a critical role in  inflammation within the eye . Please see Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life here.

Know, if you have glaucoma, macular degeneration or cataract, inflammation is a fact of life and you absolutely MUST eliminate inflammation and assist your body in dissolve structural waste and and regenerate healthy, new tissue.


If you want your life back, you must be willing to make serious lifestyle changes. And if you are over age 35 time is of essence!

The fastest way to unwind the years and regenerate your body is by following the Tissue & Liver Protocol. Click link to read about it. The T & L Protocol is your GET OUT OF JAIL CARD because you can quickly peel away YEARS of abuse and neglect.

Next, ask for guidance in restoration of blood and lymph flow to the head and dissolving structural waste.  An important tool for speeding the process is called, Dynamic Circulation Therapy. Click link to read about it.

Low-grade inflammation and structural blockages must be addressed if you wish to reverse serious eye problems.

Know, eye problems do not go away unless you change the way you live and unwind the process and factors that contributed to them.

Know, poor liver function, sluggish bowels, faulty digestion, lack of quality sleep and bad diet lead to serious vision challenges.

Know, eye problems are the product of neglect and abuse over time. Eye problems are side effects of: the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle,  the Autoimmune Attack Cycle and loss of control of the body’s terrain.

You can read about the terrain and its effects on vision by clicking the link or by using the Glossary link below.


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

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