Pleo-morphism (Germ Theory of Disease)

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Pleo-morphism:  a thesis that says an organism changes according to its environment.

The Germ Theory of Disease is a theory popularized by Louis Pasteur during the early and middle 19th century. Click hyperlink to read about it.

This theory is ‘the’ controlling theory of modern medicine, even though Pasteur’s Germ Theory was proved false by one of Pasteur’s contemporaries by the name of Antoine Bechamp.

Another contemporary of Pasteur and Bechamp was Claude Bernard who is responsible for the concept and phrase: “The terrain controls!” which is also a guiding principle of the Young Again Club and the book, Young Again!

Both Bechamp and Bernard believed and promoted the idea of bacterial pleo-morphorism, meaning, organisms mutate to match the energy terrain of the body; changing form from a harmless. benign state, to a virulent form creating a state of disease.

To avoid disease or infection, you must control your ‘terrain’.  Only then does the body come into balance and neutralize the offending energy ‘state’ under which dis-ease presents itself.

Lack of hormonal rhythm (imbalance) between leptin and insulin is a key contributing factor in manifestation of pleo-morphism and it affects99% of the population. Read Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life here.

The Sugar/Alcohol Cycle and the Autoimmune Attack Cycle are also contributing factors in loss of control of the body’s terrain. Click hyperlinks to read about them.

Pasteur said, the bacteria is everything!” and Bernard retorted, “The bacteria, they are nothing; the terrain is everything!:

MRSA (methecillin resistant staphylococcus aureus) is a classic example of a so-called, nosocomial (hospital acquired) infection that is in fact the product of a highly stressed and inflamed body terrain that encourages benign staph to morph into virulent staph.

See MRSA, Terrain, Inflammation and Gut in Glossary link below.

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