Reactive (chemically active)

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Reactive: refers to something that is chemically reactive and participates or triggers metabolic reactions in the body that are either healthy or unhealthy responses.

The word is generally used in the negative sense because of the nature of poor health brought on by ingestion of substances that do not belong in the body.

For example, food additives, chemical inhalants, free radicals, fluoride, synthetic chemicals and substances that do not naturally occur in nature.

Many food(s) are reactive substances; substances that are either cannot be processed by the body or because digestive capability is insufficient to get the job done.

For example, proteins that fail to digest in the stomach produce autoimmune responses in the gut if they leak into the blood stream via a leaky gut wall and or they putrefy.  See Autoimmune Attack Cycle.

Allergies are terrain responses symptomatic of a stressed and inflamed system that cannot tolerate exposure to a foreign input. Allergies are not necessarily a response to an antigen. Ultimately, the terrain controls the response.

See Special Insights, Allergies & Chemical Sensitivities and Terrain Management & Your Health by clicking hyperlinks.

Reactivity issues can be solve if you are open to new ideas.

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