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Pathogenic: a standard medical term used to imply that an agent (bacteria, virus, etc.) is the source of infection or disease  i.e. pathogens produce disease.  The definition is incomplete.

Overview

Fungal agents [mold, yeast and fungi] are NOT considered to be primary agents of infection and are therefore, ignored in the medical arena.  Not only are fungi primary agents of infection, but they are independently responsible for weakening the body’s terrain and immune system PRIOR to invasion by bacteria and viruses.

According to the Germ Theory of Disease, pathogenic organisms invade the body and [sic] somehow cause disease (a change in structure or function) that is abnormal.

In reality, the terrain controls and dis-ease is a reflection of the state of the terrain and whatever stress it is under. When the body’s energy fields break-down (physiologic stress), benign microbes take on their virulent forms.

Virulence can only be understood in terms of pleo-morphism and the terrain. If you wish to avoid faulty thinking and living in fear of microbial boogiemen that are, in fact, imaginary and not real, you must study into the Germ Theory of Disease and Louis Pasteur’s misguided belief system.

The Germ Theory is how modern medicine came to be dominated by the drug companies who promote the idea that every ache and complaint, syndrome and disorder is a DISEASE when in fact, none of it is true.

Read Special Insights, Symptoms, Labels & Delusions by clicking hyperlink.

Suggestions

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

See MRSA in Glossary for further understanding.

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

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