Hostile (life forms, energy, drugs)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Hostile: a substance, event or lifestyle that is adverse to good health.

Overview

When referring to hostile organisms I am referring to life forms that are pathogenic (known to be active in infections of known character) or by their very presence represent a potential threat.

It is better and simpler to think of hostile life forms as opportunistic life forms; that is, life forms that take over the terrain of the body when conditions are conducive to growth and proliferation with the terrain.

The term hostile can easily be applied to medications in general. Drugs that carry warnings and contraindications are unfriendly to the body and hostile because the goal of elimination of signs and symptoms of a condition is being traded for others just a bad or worse, the long term, negative side effects of which may take years to manifest.

Food(s) can be extremely hostile to the body terrain and manifest in hundreds of negative and even dangerous ways.  Sugar and sweets have extremely negative side effects and  are HOSTILE in every sense of the word.

Wheat gluten, as in gluten intolerance, can be very hostile depending on the state of the immune system and the body’s terrain; specifically, the condition of the small intestinal gut wall. Gluten intolerance is the SYMPTOM, not the cause of adverse reactions.

Hormonal imbalance between insulin and leptin creates a HOSTILE regulatory environment within the body providing yet another aspect of the word hostile in matters of health, illness and degeneration.

Think of AGING as a hostile takeover of the body.

Suggestions

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

Please see Germ Theory of Disease, terrain, yeast and bio-electric energy for more details.

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