Macular Degeneration

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Macular degeneration (MD): is a condition that leads to loss of vision in older adults (typically, age 45 and above).


Macular degeneration always involves low-grade inflammation in the head and the eyes. MD is categorized as either “dry” or “wet”. The genesis of each form is the same, but symptoms differ.

Macular degeneration is NOT a genetic or DNA issue, but it is an issue of neglect and abuse. Meaning, there is absolutely NO REASON for anyone to suffer any degenerative condition, be it of the eyes or anywhere else, All degenerative conditions are preventable and most are reversible, too!

Macular degeneration is NOT a disease; rather, it is a ‘condition’ of progressive deterioration that occurs for lack of blood supply, oxygen and nutrients needed to service the eyes, and poor lymphatic circulation of waste out of the eyes.

We are interested in causes, not symptoms. Waste that fails to exit the eyes, produces congestion and inflammation and all the symptoms the doctor to assign a diagnosis. Deal with causes and the symptoms go away.  The body knows how to fix itself.

All serious vision problems, including MD, involve poor circulation, and poor circulation is code for congestion, inflammation which lead to deterioration.

The reason most conditions are degenerative in nature is because they are!  They occur over long periods of time (20-40 years) and generally come on slowly before announcing themselves.

Waste takes the form of amyloid plaque and scar tissue; both are structural impediments that prevent blood and lymph circulation in the capillary beds that service the eyes. Waste that cannot leave the eye, settles on the lens, and is called, cataract. Waste that blocks outflow from the eye builds pressure and is called, glaucoma.  Waste that deprives the retina of oxygen and nutrients and cuts off blood flow is called, macular degeneration.

Contributing Factors

Waste filled bodies are unhealthy bodies that degenerate accordingly. Poor liver function is at the heart of waste accumulation and ultimately, eye problems.

Poor digestion i.e. inability to fully and correctly process food, seriously contributes to vision problems. Poor digestion robs the body of needed nutrients and it causes waste accumulation and autoimmune inflammation reactions, too.

Eye problems have a hormonal connection. Imbalance between regulatory hormones insulin and leptin plays a very big part in loss of vision. To learn more, please read Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life by clicking hyperlink.


Circulation to the eyes MUST be improved if you wish to reverse serious vision problems. Please read about Dynamic Circulation Therapy by clicking hyperlink. Ask for help.

Scar tissue and amyloid plaque MUST be dissolved if you wish to improve circulation. Young Again Club can assist. Ask for help.

Diet, dietary habits and digestion issues MUST be addressed. Ask for help.

Waste accumulation demands restoration of liver function before the body will voluntarily release waste; only the can waste exit the body.

The Tissue & Liver Protocol is the most effective way to boost liver function and open the flood gates for waste to exit.  Click hyperlink to read about it.

Learn about the effects of the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle and the Autoimmune Attack Cycle by clicking hyperlinks. Both affect vision problems negatively.


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

See Inflammation in Glossary link below.

Ask for help and be willing to cooperate.

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